Moving forward, it is becoming clearer that #glaucoma subjects would benefit from a clinical test to assess the robustness of their ONHs ✏️ read comment by Michael Girard in IGR 20-4 ow.ly/r8Ui50AM1jy... See MoreSee Less
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Differing patient characteristics may have directed the surgeon toward insertion of the tube into the AC or PP, and this is a potential source of selection bias ✏️ read comment by Huda Sheheitli & Steven Gedde in IGR 20-4 ow.ly/ODys50AM1gz... See MoreSee Less
The WGA Education Committee carefully highlights presentations from WGC-2019 for your benefit.
This month Gustavo De Moraes introduces the session: ANZGS Symposium - The Gillies Lecture, and A Showcase of Glaucoma Research from Australian and New Zealand Universities.
Leading clinicians and scientists from Australian and New Zealand Universities discuss their most recent work in this symposium, with a focus on blindness prevention, neuro-protection, and risk assessment.
GRS-based genetic risk estimates may aid in early disease detection, thereby allowing for timely initiation of preventive treatment and management strategies ✏️ read comment by Tin Aung & Monisha Nongpiur in IGR 20-4 ow.ly/E5OM50AM1dI... See MoreSee Less
#ThrowbackThursday to the WGC-2019 Photo Exhibition: Have a look at the winning submission by Zhu Li Yap: Close recessions of the third kind.
This photo highlights the 3 clock hours of iridodialysis with associated angle recession observed after blunt injury. There are also disrupted ciliary processes seen, indicative of substantial impact. ow.ly/ifAy50Bsgr4... See MoreSee Less
The LiGHT trial supports the use of a second SLT when an initial SLT is not enough to reach the target IOP or when the IOP further goes up ✏️ read comment by Florent Aptel in IGR 20-4 ow.ly/DKoc50AM1bn... See MoreSee Less
The Film Festival aims to put storytelling power in the hands of glaucoma experts and seeks to showcase the role of individuals and communities as champions for glaucoma prevention, diagnosis and treatment.
The festival offers a versatile way to learn and spark the conversation about glaucoma in creative ways. It features films directly or indirectly related to glaucoma, that explore and highlight the disease locally, nationally and globally. Our goal is to screen films that demonstrate, educate, inspire and encourage a change, to eliminate blindness and visual disability due to glaucoma around the world.
Examining features of imaging, other than thickness, e.g., texture or voxel intensity, may provide additional value for #glaucoma detection and monitoring ✏️ read comment by Andrew Tatham in IGR 20-4 ow.ly/MET050AM18u... See MoreSee Less