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Seven Texas Retina Associates Physicians Earn New Professional Designation

Posted On June 29, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Seven Texas Retina Associates Physicians Earn New Professional Designation

The American Society of Retina Specialists has awarded its Fellow of the ASRS (FASRS) designation to the following Texas Retina Associates physicians: David Callanan, MD Rajiv Anand, MD Michel J. Shami, MD

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Posted On June 17, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

11 Tips to Protect Men’s Eye Health

June is Men’s Health Month which was established to help bring awareness to health issues that men face. A number of retinal diseases can affect men, including diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular

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Posted On June 10, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Ocular (Uveal) Melanoma and Biopsy – the “Why” and “How” of It

By Timothy Fuller, MD, Ocular Oncologist With the diagnosis of ocular (uveal) melanoma comes the very real risk of metastatic disease, or “spread” of the cancer to other parts of the body.

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Posted On June 7, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Abbey and Dr. Williams Co-authored Article Published in Ophthalmology on the Influence of Face Mask Use on Endophthalmitis Risk After Eye Injections

Texas Retina Associates’ Ashkan Abbey, MD, and Patrick D. Williams, MD, co-authored a recently published article titled “The Influence of Universal Face Mask Use on Endophthalmitis Risk After Intravitreal Anti-VEGF Injections During

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Posted On May 25, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Coors and Dr. Christopher Fuller Served as Invited Faculty for Retina LIVE! Surgical Case Series Event

Texas Retina Associates’ Lori E. Coors, MD, and Christopher G. Fuller, MD, joined speakers from Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Stanford University’s Byers Eye Institute, and Duke University Eye Center as part of

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Posted On May 17, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Getting to Know Ocular Oncologist Timothy S. Fuller, MD

May is Ocular Melanoma Awareness Month. Ocular (uveal) melanoma is a rare but dangerous disease, and only a small number of doctors in the United States treat it. At Texas Retina Associates,

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Posted On March 24, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Know the Early Warning Signs of a Retinal Detachment

The retina is the layer of nerve cells lining the back wall inside the eye. It senses light and sends signals to the brain so you can see. The vitreous is the

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Posted On March 22, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Choi’s Research on Filtering-associated Endophthalmitis in Ophthalmology Retina Journal

Texas Retina Associates’ Rene Y. Choi, MD, PhD, published an article titled “Filtering-Associated Endophthalmitis after Trabeculectomy or Tube-Shunt Implant” in the March 2021 issue of Ophthalmology Retina.  The article highlights the results of

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Posted On February 23, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Choi Publishes Article on Uveitis and Pregnancy in Retina Specialist Journal

Rene Y. Choi, MD, PhD, published an article titled “Noninfectious Uveitis in Pregnancy” in the February 18, 2021 issue of Retina Specialist.  A rare disease, uveitis is inflammation of the “uvea” or

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Posted On February 10, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Abbey Publishes Article in Retina Today on Surgical Technique for Repositioning IOLs

Dr. Abbey published an article titled “Tips for Repositioning Three-Piece IOLs” in the January/February issue of Retina Today. An intraocular lens (IOL) is an artificial lens implanted in the eye as part

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