Diagnosis Glaucoma

A podcast by Dr. Kaleem and Dr. Quigley - Tuesdays

44 Episodes

  1. Episode 44: Family History and Glaucoma ft. Dr. Leon Herndon

    Published: 1/3/2024
  2. Episode 43: Drug Development Process for Glaucoma Eye Drops ft. Dr. Gary Novack

    Published: 9/5/2023
  3. Episode 42: Angle Closure Glaucoma ft. Dr. David Friedman

    Published: 7/11/2023
  4. Episode 41: Uveitic Glaucoma

    Published: 5/2/2023
  5. Episode 40: Effect of Blood Flow on Glaucoma ft. Dr. Osamah Saeedi

    Published: 3/7/2023
  6. Episode 39: Changes in contrast sensitivity, motion sensitivity, and visual crowding in glaucoma ft. Dr. Larry (Lawrence) Geyman

    Published: 1/3/2023
  7. Episode 38: Childhood Glaucoma ft. Dr. James Brandt

    Published: 11/1/2022
  8. Episode 37: Complementary Treatments for Glaucoma ft. Dr. Emily Schehlein

    Published: 9/6/2022
  9. Episode 36: What should my eye pressure be? ft. Dr. Henry Jampel

    Published: 8/2/2022
  10. Episode 35: A Patient’s Experience with Glaucoma ft. Beth Glassman

    Published: 7/5/2022
  11. Episode 34: Dropless Glaucoma Treatment ft. Dr. Jella An

    Published: 6/7/2022
  12. Episode 33: How Dry Eye Impacts Glaucoma ft. Dr. Anisa Gire

    Published: 5/3/2022
  13. Episode 32: Artificial Intelligence and Glaucoma ft. Dr. Jithin Yohannan

    Published: 4/5/2022
  14. Episode 31: Frontiers in Glaucoma Surgery ft. Dr. Ian Pitha

    Published: 3/1/2022
  15. Episode 30: Managing Challenges with Daily Activities ft. Dr. Pradeep Ramulu

    Published: 2/1/2022
  16. Episode 29: Challenges with Daily Activities ft. Dr. Pradeep Ramulu

    Published: 1/4/2022
  17. Episode 28: Measuring Intraocular Pressure at Home ft. Dr. Elyse McGlumphy

    Published: 12/7/2021
  18. Episode 27: Lifestyle Recommendations for Patients with Glaucoma

    Published: 11/2/2021
  19. Episode 26: Medical Marijuana for Glaucoma

    Published: 10/5/2021
  20. Episode 25: Eye trauma and glaucoma

    Published: 7/5/2021

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This is a podcast about glaucoma for patients, family members, or anyone who is interested in learning more about the condition.