Category: Glaucoma

Dr. Netland Featured in Glaucoma Today

How to Manage a Patient with a History of Retinal Surgery Iris Bombe, Synechiae, and High IOP Four Surgeons Strategize How to Manage a Patient with a History of Retinal…

Faculty Spotlight: New Diagnostic Tool to Aid in Identifying Leading Cause of Blindness

In the summer of 2017, Xiaorong Liu came to the University of Virginia as an assistant professor of biology and psychology, though it was not her first time on Grounds.…

Ask the Expert: What are the most important steps to protect eye health?

  Check out this article that features Dr. Michael Cusick.    

Treating Uveitic Glaucoma

Treating Uveitic Glaucoma - American Academy of Ophthalmology  In this interview from AAO 2017, Dr. Peter Netland discusses management strategies for uveitic glaucoma in adults, including surgical, laser and medical…

Drs. Netland & Newman names to 2017 – 2018 Best Doctors in America List

Dr. Peter A. Netland, PhD, MD, Vernah Scott Moyston Professor & Chair of Ophthalmology, and Steven A. Newman, MD, have both been named to the 2017-2018 "Best Doctors in America"…

Ask the Expert: What is Glaucoma?

What is glaucoma? Glaucoma is typically a combination of increased eye pressure, optic nerve damage and vision loss. The vision loss is most frequently in the peripheral visual field early…

High Eye Pressure & Glaucoma: Why an Early Diagnosis is Key

The term glaucoma refers to multiple diseases where the eye’s optic nerve can become damaged. The most common kind, open-angle glaucoma, happens as a result of high eye pressure. Also known as…