Dr. Charles Joins Editorial Advisory Board
Dr. Charles has joined Retinal Physician, a comprehensive retinal care journal, as a member of the editorial advisory board.
He was most recently featured in the article “Witnesses to a Revolution: Senior Retina Specialists Reflect on Practice in the Anti-VEGF Era”. Here is an excerpt of the 3-part series:
“Although the landscape of retina practice has been reshaped during the past decade by the domination of medical retina — with regard to demand for services, time spent in the clinic, and revenue — as Dr. Charles already noted in an earlier article for Retinal Physician,2 retinal surgery is far from dead. Small-gauge vitreoretinal surgery for retinal detachment, PVR, giant retinal breaks, and a range of other injuries and disorders, he wrote, is unlikely to ever be replaced by nonsurgical pharmacologic interventions.”
“It’s not possible to predict right now all of the changes that are going to take place,” says Dr. Charles. “But it certainly is fascinating to reflect on the possibilities.”
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Retinal Physician delivers in-depth coverage of the latest advances in AMD, diabetic retinopathy, macular edema, retinal vein occlusion as well as surgical intervention in posterior segment care. It reaches both retinal specialists and general ophthalmologists with practical insight regarding current and future treatment strategies in medical and surgical retina care. The most comprehensive retinal care journal, Retinal Physician puts into perspective what the scientific developments mean to today’s practice and discusses ramifications of new studies, treatments and patient management strategies. Published nine times per year.