Neil Choplin considers the importance of retinal nerve fibre loss in early glaucoma.
Christopher Girkin discusses how FDT technology predicts disease developments better than SAP.
David Garway-Heath examines HRT output as a component in the early glaucoma detection arsenal.
Deep sclerectomy with MMC is safer and more effective than trabeculectomy or tube surgery, according to Dr Nitin Anand.
Trabeculectomy with MMC and Ex-PRESS shunt device placement appears to be safer than other treatment methods, according to Dr Leon Herndon.
There is no evidence to suggest that there is rapid glaucoma progression following refractive surgery.
We should not be adding another drug to the therapeutic mix without having established the efficacy and side effect profile of a single therapy.
It is up to our refractive surgery colleagues to publish their results on such patients to allow us to put some, or all, of our questions to rest.
Administering fixed combinations as first-line treatment allows us to understand quickly whether our patients are non-responders or insufficient responders.
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