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Coronavirus | 2019-nCoV & Eye Disease

Here’s an update on the latest facts about the new coronavirus, it’s name, the disease and possible eye involvement.

Fluorescein Angiography

A fluorescein angiogram is a common diagnostic test of the retina and is commonly used by a retina specialsit for these conditions.

What is OCT? | Optical Coherence Tomography

An OCT, optical coherence tomography, allows the retina specialist to non-invasively detect changes in the retina commonly caused by diabetes or macular degeneration.

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Beovu for Wet Macular Degeneration

Here’s the latest FDA treatment for wet macular degeneration. Here’s why it’s unique!

Who Needs Eye Vitamins | AREDS and AREDS2

Do you need eye vitamins? Here’s why most people do NOT need them!

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The Dangers of Blue Light

Here’s what you need to now about the dangers of blue light.

What is Blue Light?

We are exposed to blue light from everywhere including natural light and the light emanating from all of our…devices. Is it really bad for us?

Retina Specialist | Retinal Detachment | Northern Virginia | Washington DC

Total Retinal Detachment Repaired with 25 gauge Vitrectomy

This video was recently uploaded to my YouTube channel. I walk you through the various steps to repairing a retinal detachment with vitrectomy.

When you need to see a glaucoma specialist | Randall Wong MD

When You need a Glaucoma Specialist

Do you need to see a glaucoma specialist? Here’s when I think you need to see a specialist. Share this with your friends and family in recognition of Glaucoma Awareness Month.

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

Glaucoma Awareness Month

Do you have glaucoma? Does a relative or friend? January is Glaucoma Awareness Month – here’s what you can do to raise awareness and save the sight of someone you know.

Retina Scan to Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease

Retina Scan May Diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease

An eye scan may soon become an integral tool to the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease and those who have yet to demonstrate symptoms. Here’s how it works…

Central Retinal Artery Occlusion

Central Retinal Artery Occlusions | CRAO

CRAO is a type of retinal vascular occlusion where the central retinal artery becomes plugged by an “embolus” usually made of cholesterol. Here’s why patients with CRAO need further evaluation.