There is currently only one approach to treatment of glaucoma, lowering intraocular pressure. The path you take to get there may have hurdles and other obstacles that you will undoubtedly encounter in practice. The presenters share a series of seven challenging glaucoma cases. The importance of current glaucoma medical therapy pharmacology, known adverse drug reactions and when to worry, pearls and anecdotes of generic drug use and discussing how to best determine a patient's initial glaucoma drop treatment are explored during the case presentations.

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Alissa Coyne, O.D.

Andrew Meagher, O.D.



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