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What is a Vitrectomy?

Posted On July 12, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

What is a Vitrectomy?

Performed by a retinal surgeon, vitrectomy is a surgical procedure that carefully removes the vitreous gel that fills the posterior segment of the eye. This surgery is employed to correct a number

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Posted On April 27, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

What is an Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) Test?

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging test similar to a computed tomography (CT) scan that allows your retina specialist to clearly see the retina and carefully map and measure

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Posted On January 20, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Abbey’s Research Published in Ophthalmology Retina, a Journal of the American Academy of Ophthalmology

Texas Retina Associates’ Ashkan Abbey, MD, has published research on macular holes in the January 4, 2021, issue of Ophthalmology Retina. Titled “Spontaneous Conversion of Lamellar Macular Holes to Full-Thickness Macular Holes:

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Posted On October 20, 2020 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Abbey Highlights Five Noteworthy Presentations from the ASRS Annual Meeting in the Latest Issue of Retina Specialist

Texas Retina Associates’ Ashkan Abbey, MD, published an article in the current issue of Retina Specialist, highlighting the findings of five intriguing presentations from the recent 38th Annual Scientific Meeting of the

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Posted On February 3, 2020 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Kothari’s Research on Microincisional Vitrectomy Surgery Published in International Medical Journal

Texas Retina Associates’ Nikisha Kothari, MD, recently had a research study published in the Journal of VitreoRetinal Diseases, the peer-reviewed journal of the American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS). Titled “A Multicenter

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Posted On January 15, 2019 / By / Posted in Blog

When Should You See a Retina Specialist

Your ophthalmologist or optometrist can monitor your vision, prescribe glasses and contact lenses, and diagnose, treat and prevent a number of eye diseases. However, for some eye conditions, your eye doctor may

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