- Feb 17th, 2023
Dry Age-Related Macular Degeneration & Geographic Atrophy
Geographic atrophy is responsible for approximately 20% of all legal blindness related to age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Learn more about dry AMD & geographic atrophy.
- Jan 27th, 2023
All You Need to Know About Retinal Diagnostic Testing
Any retinal damage or conditions put your vision at risk, making quick, precise diagnosis crucial. Learn more about retinal diagnostic testing.
- Dec 29th, 2022
What Patients Should Know About Retinal Tears & Detachment
A retinal tear may develop into a retinal detachment, in which the entire retina moves out of position. The retina may stop working, causing vision problems and blindness.
- Nov 30th, 2022
3 Tips For Protecting Your Vision Against Diabetic Retinopathy
Although there is currently no cure for diabetic retinopathy, you can take action to protect yourself against this condition or impede its progression.
- Oct 28th, 2022
What is Lattice Degeneration? Does it Cause Vision Loss?
Lattice degeneration is a progressive thinning of your retina over time. This condition affects about one in ten people and typically happens in both eyes at the same time.
- Sep 27th, 2022
Uveitis vs. Pink Eye: Understanding Key Differences and When to See a Doctor
Uveitis and pink eye are two eye conditions that appear similar at first glance but differ in how they impact your vision health.
- Aug 31st, 2022
Lifestyle Tips For Managing Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Although AMD can present challenges in everyday life, there are lots of things you can do to make sure it doesn't stand in the way of you living a full, productive, and enjoyable life.
- Jul 27th, 2022
An Overview of Retinal Diagnostic Testing at Retina Associates of Sarasota
Because of the retina’s size, location, and importance, diagnosing retinal conditions requires a great deal of precision and intricacy.
- Aug 30th, 2021
I had a fully vaccinated patient last week who needed urgent surgery to repair a retinal detachment. I tried to book the patient at Sarasota Memorial Hospital.
- Aug 23rd, 2021
Scientific Presentations in the Age of COVID
Presenting and collaborating in the current times is full of unique situations. As we try to limit risks by avoiding large gatherings, virtual presentations and discussions have become more common.
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