Description:

This course will provide a person-centered, evidence-based approach to management of individuals with glaucoma with challenging clinical presentation or course of disease. Case examples will be used to highlight progressive disease despite low IOP, disease progression following vitreoretinal procedures, inflammatory glaucoma, ocular surface disease in glaucoma, and glaucoma management in young patients. This course will also highlight application of current and emerging technology and pharmaceutical agents, as well as importance of application of first principles.

Course Code:

AOA196-GL

Speaker(s):

Jessica Steen, O.D.
jsteen@nova.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/3/2025

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