The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) annual meeting was held Nov. 9-13, 2012. Mayo Clinic ophthalmologists and other professionals, including a Mayo social media team, attended the event to collaborate with colleagues about the latest breakthroughs in patient care. View a complete list of Mayo presentations and posters.
Presentations from Mayo Clinic specialists
Members of the Department of Ophthalmology discuss current research in presentations recorded at Mayo Clinic and the 2012 Mayo Clinic Retina Update & Case Conference.
Sophie J. Bakri, M.D., discusses visual and anatomic outcomes of anti-VEGF therapy in exudative AMD and vitreomacular interface disease. View video
Dr. Bakri discusses vitreoretinal management of anterior segment surgical complications. View video
Dr. Bakri discusses all that hyperfluoresces in not wet AMD — beware the masqueraders! View video
Keith H. Baratz, M.D., discusses Fuchs' dystrophy: Endothelial keratoplasty and genetics research. View video
Andrew J. Barkmeier, M.D., discusses ocular side effects of systemic drugs — update on screening guidelines. View video
Dr. Barkmeier discusses endophthalmitis: What's new post EVS? View video
Elizabeth A. Bradley, M.D., discusses quality of life and health care economics of blepharoplasty and ptosis surgery. View video
Raymond Iezzi Jr., M.D., discusses dry AMD: What to do and what to tell patients. View video
Sanjay V. Patel, M.D., chair of the Mayo Clinic Department of Ophthalmology, discusses vision in Fuchs' dystrophy and after endothelial keratoplasty. View video
Arthur J. Sit, M.D., discusses measurements of aqueous humor dynamics in humans — applications to understanding mechanisms of action. View video
Wendy M. Smith, M.D., discusses uveitis treatment: Going beyond the Medrol dose pack. View video
Dr. Smith discusses diagnosis of uveitis: Something old, something new. View video