Glaucoma Grand Rounds

Master the art of glaucoma diagnosis and care in this case-based learning environment. By James L. Fanelli, OD

Piecing It All Together

Glaucoma care must rely first on clinical acumen and second on imaging technology.
12/15/2019

Clean House, But Have a Plan

Hitting the reset button on meds takes a methodical approach.
10/15/2019

When They Go Low, ODs Go High

Bad-mouthing other doctors doesn’t serve your patients.
08/15/2019

Breathing Room for the Nerve

Advanced glaucoma and advanced vascular disease pose challenges, but can be managed.
06/15/2019

Breaking it to the Broken

Delivering bad news requires compassion and confidence.
04/15/2019

If Only They Had Asked

Complications can and do occur, though some can be averted.
02/15/2019

A Second Opinion on Surgery

A patient looks for a medical option to avoid an operation.
12/15/2018

Customize Your Steroid Choice

A glaucoma patient undergoes cataract surgery and develops elevated intraocular pressure. What is the best way to manage this situation?
10/15/2018

A Little of This, A Little of That

A new patient presents with two findings associated with optic nerve disease. Well, maybe two.
08/15/2018

Pressure Watcher

Worried about glaucoma, a patient presents with complaints of visual disturbances.
06/15/2018

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