We are always keeping a pulse on what is happening in retinal diagnostics, treatment, and surgery. From exciting breakthroughs to ongoing research, we’ll keep you up to date with what’s happening in the field.
Protocols have changed significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Which of those procedures are here to stay and which will disappear as the pandemic subsides?
The complement pathway may play a key role in the pathogenesis of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Vital dyes are an essential tool of retina surgeons who perform macular surgery, specifically peeling of epiretinal membranes or the internal limiting membrane.
Although no major studies have analyzed this phenomenon, anecdotal evidence can be instructive.
Dr. Peter Hovland, explains a common referral our retina specialists often encounter: a diabetic patient in need of evaluation before cataract surgery.
Dr. Murtaza Adam, shares Colorado Retina's steps in implementing new safety procedures, prioritizing only urgent and emergent in-clinic and surgical cases.