Surgery: Traumatic Macular Hole

This video demonstrates surgery in a patient with traumatic macular hole. The hyaloid was detached from the hole and it was probably a grade 4 macular hole. The hyaloid was removed and the ILM was peeled after staining it with brilliant blue dye. Fluid air exchange was done at the end of the surgery using … Read more

Lecture: Management of Simple to Complex Retinal Detachments Without Scleral Buckling

In this lecture, Dr. Steve Charles discusses the incremental reattachment process, vitrectomy under air, interface vitrectomy, medium term PFO, retinectomy instead of relaxing retinotomy, punch thru retinotomy for subretinal bands and the argument against scleral buckles.  Dr. Charles also answers questions submitted by the live audience. Lecturer: Dr. Steve Charles, MD. Founder, Charles Retina Institute … Read more

Surgery: The 21st Century Scleral Buckle: Heads up with a Chandelier

In this video, Dr. Riemann uses a 3D heads-up display, digital enhancement and the Alcon Chandelier endoillumination lighting system to perform scleral buckling and cryotherapy for a retinal detachment. Surgeon: Dr. Chris Reimann, Cincinnati Eye Institute, USA Transcript (To translate please select your language to the right of this page) DR RIEMANN: The diagnosis of … Read more

Lecture: Glaucoma in Uveitis Patients

Glaucoma associated with ocular inflammatory disease has a myriad and anatomic and physiologic causes. Understanding the underlying cause of the elevated IOP is important to controlling glaucoma progression. Lecturer: Dr. Ramana Moorthy, Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Indiana University School of Medicine, USA Transcript (To translate please select your language to the right of this … Read more

Lecture: Management of Cataracts in Uveitis Patients

The management of cataracts in uveitis patients can be complex and anything but routine. The cornerstones of successful management of uveitic cataracts include aggressive and meticulous control and management of pre- and post-operative inflammation and knowing when and where to put the intraocular lens. Lecturer: Dr. Ramana Moorthy, Associate Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Indiana University … Read more

Quiz: Macula

A 55-year-old female has noted “flashes” in front of her right eye for three months as well as a “dark spot” in her vision temporally in the right eye. She has 20/20 vision in each eye unaided and is otherwise healthy. A large lesion is present below the disc and macula of the right eye. This lesion is shown on … Read more

Lecture: Retinal OCT for Clinicians

During this Live Lecture, the basics behind retinal OCT are reviewed, followed by normal anatomic correlations and then OCT assessment of retinal conditions. Finally, structure-function correlations are discussed. Lecturer: Dr. Thomas Ciulla, Indiana University School of Medicine Transcript (To translate please select your language to the right of this page) DR CIULLA: And I will be speaking … Read more

Lecture: Indications for Retina Laser Treatment

In this presentation, Dr. Harper discusses about various retinal conditions where laser can be used. Lecturer: Dr. Clio Armitage Harper III, Austin Retina Associates, Austin, USA Transcript (To translate please select your language to the right of this page) DR HARPER: So we have many conditions that we can treat with laser, including proliferative diabetic … Read more