It might start with straight lines looking wavy. Or there might be a dark spot in the center of the person’s vision. A likely culprit: wet age-related macular degeneration, or wet AMD. Learn more from Dr. Allen Ho about Wet AMD at Philly.com.
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It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts we share the news that Dr. Joseph Maguire passed away on November 24, 2018. Dr. Maguire was a wonderful physician who was dedicated to his patients, to his staff, to his friends and especially to his family. He touched us all with his sense of humor, integrity... read more
November is National Diabetes Month and today, November 14, is World Diabetes Day. If you or your loved ones have diabetes, be sure to have a comprehensive dilated eye exam at least once a year. Diabetic eye disease can be detected early and treated before noticeable vision loss occurs. For more information on Diabetic Eye... read more
The annual American Academy of Ophthalmology Conference was held in Chicago, IL on October 26-29, 2018, and a number of our Mid Atlantic Retina Doctors were in attendance. Dr. Carl Regillo presented findings from the clinical trial (LADDER trial) on a refillable ranibizumab implant that could allow patients with wet AMD to go 6 months or more between visits. Read this article or watch... read more
Mid Atlantic Retina celebrated the grand opening of our new Cherry Hill office with an Open House on Wednesday, October 10th. Many local physicians, business members and community leaders came out to help celebrate. Mid Atlantic Retina has had an office location in Cherry Hill, NJ since 1982 and we are excited to continue our presence and support of the community with our new location... read more
“I went and saw my eye doctor shortly after seeing Dr. Fineman and when I gave him the letter from my post-op visit, he was surprised with how well I did after the surgery! My eyes made a big improvement and my reading glasses will be a weaker prescription. Thank you to Dr. Fineman for doing a... read more
The American Academy of Ophthalmology recently published an article that discusses how a new study shows that an eye scan may be a relatively easy, inexpensive way to test for early Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Sunir Garg weighs in on using OCTA to detect changes in the retina, which have similarities to changes in Alzheimer’s disease. The retina is a direct extension from the brain. Read... read more
Mid Atlantic Retina participated in the 12th Annual Foundation Fighting Blindness VisionWalk this past Saturday in Philadelphia! This was our 6th year as a sponsor, with Dr Michael Klufas as medical chair. Doctors and staff, along with their friends and family came together for our largest team to date to walk for a great cause.... read more
The Annual Retina Society Scientific Meeting was held recently in San Francisco where multiple Mid Atlantic Retina Doctors and Fellows presented on a wide array of topics. Our very own, Dr. Ho serves as the current Retina Society Vice President, and helped put together the weekend program as well. Among our doctors, Dr. Chiang presented... read more