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July 26, 2023 In late June, I had the opportunity to attend and present at the 2023 World Glaucoma Congress (WGC), held in Rome. The WGC is the biennial conference of the World Glaucoma Association,
June 1, 2023 One of my favorite annual events is the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO) meeting. It is held in late April or early May, and it’s different from other conferences.
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April 11, 2023 There was recent excitement related to the possibility of scope expansion in California. The ability for California optometrists to perform selective laser trabeculoplasty (SLT) was within reach as legislative bills had passed
April 11, 2023 Click here to read “AI and Glaucoma Part I” and here to read “AI and Glaucoma Part III.” Artificial Intelligence (AI) can use fundus photographs to detect ophthalmic disease. This is according
April 11, 2023 Click here to read “AI and Glaucoma Part II” and here to read “AI and Glaucoma Part III.” Artificial intelligence (AI) has been in the news with the introduction of ChatGPT, a
April 11, 2023 Click here to read “AI and Glaucoma Part I” and here to read “AI and Glaucoma Part II.” Two studies reflect artificial intelligence’s ability to detect findings not apparent to clinicians. One,
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