New Retina Radio Journal Club & Podcasts On The Roll LISTEN! Also Straight from the Cutter's Mouth and Many Others

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New Retina Radio Journal Club & Podcasts On The Roll LISTEN! Also Straight from the Cutter's Mouth and Many Others

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Episode 365: Updates on Diabetes Management (Endocrinology Perspective)

Episode 362: October 2022 Retinal Physician Discussion Focusing on Uveitis Clinical Trials, Uveitis Diagnostic Dilemmas, Evaluation of Floaters, Cataract Surgery and Macular Holes

March 31, 2022

Link: https://megaphone.link/BMCL4893906112

New Retina Radio Journal Club: PPV vs PnR for RRD

Pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) and pneumatic retinopexy (PnR) are both commonly employed to repair rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RRD). What does the literature have to say about the safety and outcomes of these two procedures? Moderator Eric Nudleman, MD, PhD, asks panelists John Miller, MD; Thanos Papakostas, MD; and Priya Vakharia, MD, to break down the PIVOT and ALIGN studies, both of which were recently published in the journal Ophthalmology Retina. What were these studies’ findings—and how accurately do they reflect clinical experience? 

Feb 17, 2022

New Retina Radio on AntiVegf Part 2 021722

https://megaphone.link/BMCL1090372885

  • Feb 11, 2022

Exploring the clinical development program for an innovative, continuous delivery Rx for nAMD

https://megaphone.link/BMCL9127465543

  • Feb 3, 2022

Tackling PVR in the OR

https://megaphone.link/BMCL7832663912

In this roundtable moderated by Allen C. Ho, MD, and Robert L. Avery, MD, experts discuss the frustration of postoperative proliferative vitreoretinopathy and strategies to minimize its incidence in the clinic.  Panelists include Dean Eliott, MD; Avni P. Finn, MD, MBA; Ajay Kuriyan, MD, MS; and M. Ali Khan, MD. This podcast is editorially independent.

01.27.22

Anti-VEGF, A Biography: Part 1

Many young retina specialists have always known retina as an anti-VEGF world. But how did this happen? John D. Pitcher III, MD, joins Scott and Ranna in studio to deliver the first part of the tale of anti-VEGF in retina, taking the story back to the 1970s to tell the story of the discovery of VEGF, the creation of pegaptanib, and the struggles that early anti-VEGF encountered in retina. There are a lot of guests for this one, but the major players for this episode are Tony Adamis, MD; Bob Avery, MD; Jeff Heier, MD; and Kirk Packo, MD. This editorially independent podcast is supported with advertising.

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  • Jan 27, 2022

Anti-VEGF, A Biography: Part 1

https://megaphone.link/BMCL4446327511

  • Jan 4, 2022

01.04.22

Matching Patients to Therapy in Wet AMD: Lifestyle Factors That Guide Treatment

In the culmination of this case-based series discussing who is best suited for which types of wet AMD therapy, John Kitchens, MD, invites Murtaza Adam, MD, and Aleksandra Rachitskaya, MD, to the program to showcase two real-world patient files. After they are done with case discussions, Drs. Adam, Kitchens, and Rachitskaya examine how patient lifestyle details may affect treatment strategies.  This editorially independent podcast is supported with advertising.


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