PRESENTATION: What happens if you miss treatment for more than a month? Gilad Rabina, MD – Tel Aviv Medical Center In nAMD patients, delayed care secondary to COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns has no significant impact on BCVA. Baseline BCVA and lower number of anti-VEGF injections are predictors for decreased visual acuity.Continue Reading
Charles Wykoff MD PhD Retinal Consultants of Houston http://www.houstonretina.com (713) 524-3434 Presentation: A Phase I/Ib Open Label, Multi-center Exploratory Study to Investigate the Bioactivity, Ocular and Systemic Safety, Tolerability, and Pharmacokinetics Following Single and Multiple Intravitreal Administrations of KSI-301 in Subjects With Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration, Diabetic Macular Edema and …Continue Reading
Shailesh Gupta MD Coral Springs/Boca Raton (561) 322-3588 http://specialtyretina.com Presentation: Comparative Evaluation Of Fonts In Electronic Tablet–Assisted Improvement Of Reading Ability As Well As Quality Of Life In Patients With Poor Vision Secondary To Macular DegenerationContinue Reading
David S Boyer MD Retina-Vitrieous Associates Medical Group Adjunct Clinical Professor at USC http://www.laretina.com Los Angeles, CA Phone: (213) 483-8810 Presentation: Early treatment for dry AMD Prophylaxis Intravitreal Aflibercept Injection Against Conversion to nAMD in High-Risk Eyes (PRO-CON): 24-Month ResultsContinue Reading
Presentation: Additional Anatomic Endpoints Support Sustained Outcomes With Faricimab Every 16 Weeks in the STAIRWAY Phase 2 Trial for neovascular AMD David A Eichenbaum MDRetina Vitreous Associates of FloridaSAINT PETERSBURG (727) 323-0077CLEARWATER (727) 445-9110TAMPA (813) 879-5795 https://retinavitreous.comContinue Reading
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