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2024 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Eyes

Posted On January 2, 2024 / By / Posted in Blog

2024 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Eyes

As 2024 begins, it is the perfect time to commit to living a healthy lifestyle. Here are eight New Year’s resolutions to improve your eye health and protect your vision: 1. Schedule

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Posted On November 16, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

How Smoking Can Affect Your Eye Health

Today is the Great American Smokeout. Smoking remains the single largest cause of preventable disease and premature death in the United States. You probably know that smoking increases your risk of developing

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Posted On September 18, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

Inflammatory Eye Disease Awareness Week

Prevent Blindness has declared September 18 – 24, 2023, as Inflammatory Eye Disease Awareness Week.  There are a number of inflammatory eye conditions. The one we specialize in at Texas Retina Associates

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Posted On May 19, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Wang Participated in Roundtable Discussion on XIPERE Treatment for Macular Edema Associated with Uveitis

At the most recent American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) Annual Meeting in Chicago, Texas Retina Associates’ Robert Wang, MD, participated in a roundtable discussion with seven other retina specialists to share their

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Posted On May 2, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

May is Healthy Vision Month: Take These 10 Steps to Protect Your Eyes

The National Eye Institute has designated May as Healthy Vision Month. It is the perfect time to learn how to protect your eyes and vision, and to encourage your family members to

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Posted On February 28, 2023 / By / Posted in Blog

Four New Clinical Trials Available at Texas Retina Associates

Our physicians remain committed to participating in ongoing retina research and providing our patients access to promising new treatment options through clinical trials. We recently opened four new clinical trials: Diabetic Macular

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Posted On January 24, 2023 / 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 October 25, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

What to Expect From an Eye Injection

We know the idea of having an injection in your eye can sound scary, but for many retinal diseases, it is the only way we can deliver potentially sight-saving medicine where it

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Posted On July 14, 2022 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Abbey Presents at the American Society of Retina Specialists 2022 Annual Meeting

Texas Retina Associates’ Ashkan M. Abbey, MD,  is presenting this week at the 40th Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Society of Retina Specialists (ASRS) in New York City. ASRS is the

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Posted On March 26, 2021 / By / Posted in Blog

Dr. Wang’s Research Published in British Journal of Ophthalmology

Texas Retina Associates’ Robert C. Wang, MD, co-authored an article titled “Extension Study of the Safety and Efficacy of CLS-TA for Treatment of Macular Edema Associated with Non-infectious Uveitis (MAGNOLIA)” in the

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