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What is Geographic Atrophy?

Posted On November 30, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

What is Geographic Atrophy?

Approximately 20% of patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) will develop a condition called geographic atrophy (GA). It is considered a late stage of AMD and involves chronic, progressive degeneration of regions

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

New Frisco Office Opening September 28, 2021

Texas Retina Associates is excited to announce the opening of our new office in Frisco to better serve our community. Opening September 28, 2021, the Frisco office is located at: 5858 Main

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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 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 June 1, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

June is Fireworks Eye Safety Awareness Month

By Ivan Castillo, MD Summer is here, and for many that means outdoor celebrations that include fireworks, especially around the 4th of July. Unfortunately, this also means an increase in eye injuries.

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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 March 3, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

What is an Amsler Grid?

An Amsler grid is a tool that can help detect early signs of retinal disease that affect the macula which is the center of vision in the retina. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)

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Posted On January 13, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

COVID-19 Patient Update #4 — 1/13/2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, please know that we continue to do everything we can to keep you safe while maintaining your retina care. All of our offices remain open, and our

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Posted On October 2, 2020 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Abbey’s Research Published in Retina, the Journal of Retinal and Vitreous Diseases

Texas Retina Associates’ Ashkan Abbey, MD, has published research in the medical journal Retina. Titled “Refractive Outcomes After Sutureless Intrascleral Fixation of Intraocular Lens with Pars Plana Vitrectomy,” the results of his work

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