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Article: October 2016 | Retina Today

Visual Function Biomarkers Needed for Dry AMD

Early detection may allow treatment, and possibly reversal of age-related macular degeneration

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Article: September 1, 2016 | Ophthalmology Management

Special AAO Preview Chicago 2016: A View of the Floor

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Article: August 3, 2016 | Ocular Surgery News

Approaching the Macula from the Premium Cataract Surgeon Perspective

Perspective of Mitchell A. Jackson, MD on the importance of early AMD detection in improved outcomes of cataract surgeries.

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Article: August 1, 2016 | Optometric Management

When “Early” Diagnosis is Redefined, Get on Board

Jeffry D. Gerson, OD, FAAO discusses recent changes in the diagnosis of conditions that should compel optometrists to replace diagnostic habits and, thus, improve patient outcomes.

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Article: May 10, 2016 | Optometry Times

Managing the Needs of Female Patients

Optometrists can play key roles in women’s health, especially in macular degeneration and obesity. Include a conversation about cosmetic use in discussions with female patients as well. Featuring Pamela A. Lowe, OD, FAAO.

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Article: February 4, 2016 | Review of Optometry

Practice Pearl of the Week (Age-Related Macular Degeneration)

Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO explores the current tools for diagnosis and management of AMD.

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Article: January 19, 2016 | Reading Eagle

Managing Macular Degeneration

Early detection and treatment are key to saving eyesight, says Glenn Corbin, OD.

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Article: September 11, 2015 | Optometry TImes

A VA Residency Offers More than Meets the Eye

Featuring Steven G. Ferrucci, OD, FAAO

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Article: March, 2015 | Advanced Ocular Care

Stopping the Tidal Wave of AMD

Gary Kirman, OD writes about the growing number of patients with AMD and the importance of early diagnosis.

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Article: December 10, 2015 | MedicalXPress

Functional Biomarker for Age-related Macular Degeneration

New findings from the University of Alabama at Birmingham reveal that adults whose eyes are slow to adjust to the dark have a greater risk of developing age-related macular degeneration.

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