Best scleral podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
 
An informal yet insightful commentary featuring interviews and perspectives from leaders in vitreoretinal surgery as well as the next generation of retinal specialists
 
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Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
 
An informal yet insightful commentary featuring interviews and perspectives from leaders in vitreoretinal surgery as well as the next generation of retinal specialists
 
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American Academy of Ophthalmology Podcasts
 
Podcasts from the American Academy of Ophthalmology - The Eye M.D. Association
 
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When it comes to cornea and contact lenses, few doctors have made as big an impact on the field in as short time as Dr. Clark Chang. A 2007 graduate from PCO, Dr. Chang is currently the Director of Cornea Specialty Lenses at Wills Eye Hospital, and the Director of Clinical Services at Vision Group Holdings (which includes TLC and The Laser Visi ...…
 
Dr. John Kitchens of Retina Associates of Kentucky stops by to share his thoughts on beginning to learn 'extreme' scleral buckling as a practicing retinal surgeon, endoilluminating chandeliers during vitrectomy, and other surgical topics.
 
Dr. John Kitchens of Retina Associates of Kentucky stops by to share his thoughts on beginning to learn 'extreme' scleral buckling as a practicing retinal surgeon, endoilluminating chandeliers during vitrectomy, and other surgical topics.
 
Jay sits down with several of the residents and fellows presenting at the annual Wills Eye Conference Free Paper Session in Philadelphia, PA to discuss in short-form their retina related research projects. 01:58 Brett Weinstock MD "Patient Comfort Using Green versus Yellow Laser for PRP" Nathan Cutler MD "En Face OCT for Detecting DME" Melissa ...…
 
Jay sits down with several of the residents and fellows presenting at the annual Wills Eye Conference Free Paper Session in Philadelphia, PA to discuss in short-form their retina related research projects. 01:58 Brett Weinstock MD "Patient Comfort Using Green versus Yellow Laser for PRP" Nathan Cutler MD "En Face OCT for Detecting DME" Melissa ...…
 
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This Week in Parasitism
 
Hosts: Vincent Racaniello, Dickson Despommier, and Daniel Griffin The prolific podcast-shedding Hosts solve the case of the Global Health Intern with a snakelike lesion on her foot, and reveal the role of a single-stranded DNA binding protein in differentiation of trypanosomes. Become a patron of TWiP. Links for this episode: RPA protein and di ...…
 
Dr. Mohammed Ali Khan of the Doheny Eye Institute at University of California Los Angeles joins the podcast to discuss evaluating residency applicants while serving as chief resident, interviewing for jobs in a competitive market, and tips and tricks for scleral sutured intraocular lenses using four-point fixation and Gore-Tex suture (the techn ...…
 
Dr. Mohammed Ali Khan of the Doheny Eye Institute at University of California Los Angeles joins the podcast to discuss evaluating residency applicants while serving as chief resident, interviewing for jobs in a competitive market, and tips and tricks for scleral sutured intraocular lenses using four-point fixation and Gore-Tex suture (the techn ...…
 
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Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
 
Dr. Steve Charles of the Charles Retina Institute in Memphis, Tennessee joins the podcast to discuss his engineering roots, why he does not perform scleral buckles, his preferred surgical approaches, and his general life philosophy, among other topics.
 
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Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
 
Dr. Steve Charles of the Charles Retina Institute in Memphis, Tennessee joins the podcast to discuss his engineering roots, why he does not perform scleral buckles, his preferred surgical approaches, and his general life philosophy, among other topics.
 
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Power Hour Optometry's Only Live Radio Show
 
Drs. Tom Arnold and Nathan Schramm are fitting a lot of their patients with scleral lenses. Are you? Find out why they’ve become so popular in their practices, and how the doctors became clinically competent and practice management savvy with these specialty lenses. Find out how you too can get on board with one of the hottest modalities in con ...…
 
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Spreading The Werd with Biff Sweetwater
 
My guest this time is Russ Foxx, a body modification artist living in Vancouver. He breaks down what is involved in body suspension, scarification, scleral tattoos and more. This is a very informative episode and there are links to severeal videos and Russ' website below. http://russfoxx.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMaPa7PU2l4 https:// ...…
 
Guest: Muriel M. Schornack, O.D. Mayo Clinic Department of Ophthalmology Rochester, MN
 
Guest: Muriel M. Schornack, O.D. Mayo Clinic Department of OphthalmologyRochester, MN
 
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Caustic Soda
 
Live at EmilyCon in Vancouver, Chris "Sandstorm" Woods returns to discuss tattoos, branding, scarification, tightlacing, genital beading, scleral tattooing, piercing, suspension, lip plates and cranial deformation. Plus: which is the lesser of two evils - having a revenge tattoo put on your forehead or being mummified Japanese buddha-style?Musi ...…
 
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Caustic Soda
 
Live at EmilyCon in Vancouver, Chris "Sandstorm" Woods returns to discuss tattoos, branding, scarification, tightlacing, genital beading, scleral tattooing, piercing, suspension, lip plates and cranial deformation. Plus: which is the lesser of two evils - having a revenge tattoo put on your forehead or being mummified Japanese buddha-style?Musi ...…
 
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Eye Basics 101 - Ophthalmology and Optometry Review
 
This is the first episode of this program, so I’m still putting things together. You can listen to the show with the links above. I’m having the episode transcribed, but this will take a few days. in the meantime, I’ve copied my show outline below in case you want to read it while listening. Also, you can subscribe to this podcast using iTunes ...…
 
Intro: –Vitreous floaters are very common, require no treatment, but are uncomfortable and accompanied by light flashes or peripheral vision loss, they may indicate a retinal detachment. –Glaskörper-Trübungen (Mouches volantes) sind häufig, erfordern meist keine Behandlung, sind aber unangenehm, von Lichtblitzen-Begleitung oder peripherem Sehve ...…
 
In this episode, Dr Dale Heuer and I discuss the latest glaucoma surgical techniques and devices in search of solid evidence for their safety and effecacy. Trabeculectomy is the operation that we love to hate so we are always looking for something better. In some countries, new devices just require proving safety without having to show efficacy ...…
 
In this episode, Dr Dale Heuer and I discuss the latest glaucoma surgical techniques and devices in search of solid evidence for their safety and effecacy. Trabeculectomy is the operation that we love to hate so we are always looking for something better. In some countries, new devices just require proving safety without having to show efficacy ...…
 
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