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Offices Closed for Labor Day

Posted On September 3, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Offices Closed for Labor Day

All Texas Retina Associates offices will be closed on Monday, September 6, 2021, in observance of Labor Day. We wish everyone a safe and happy holiday weekend!

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

Dr. Abbey Reports on Five Emerging Treatments Presented at ARVO 2021

In the July/August 2021 issue of Retina Specialist, Texas Retina Associates’ Ashkan Abbey, MD, published highlights from five compelling retina presentations at the recent Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO)

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Posted On August 19, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Why Do You Have to Dilate My Eyes?

Your retina is located in the back of your eye. On the front of your eye, the pupil is a round black opening in the center of the iris (the colored part

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

Texas Retina Associates Collaborates on Gene Therapy Research for Rare, Inherited Retina Condition

Texas Retina Associates and the Retina Foundation of the Southwest (RFSW) have been working in collaboration on new gene therapy treatments for inherited blinding diseases for which there are no cures. Most

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Posted On August 6, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

What You Should Bring to Your Appointment

Our team at Texas Retina Associates works hard to provide you with personalized, comprehensive care, including an accurate diagnosis and access to the latest treatment options for your condition. To help us,

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

July is UV Safety Month — Debunking Seven Common Myths About Sunglasses

When most people think of UV protection, they think of their skin and sunscreen. Did you know that long-term exposure to bright sunlight may also increase your risk of eye disease? July

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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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