Glaucoma Research and Clinical Advances
2020 to 2022
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Publication details: Book. 2020. xxiv and 256 pages. Publication date: 2020. Hardbound. US letter format, with many full color figures.
This publication is part of the New Concepts in Glaucoma series
Volume 3 of our serial publication continues to address glaucoma with the same combination of science and speculation that characterized the prior two volumes. This collection of chapters was deliberately eclectic with both theoretical and clinical impact. Each chapter was chosen to help advance glaucoma research and to improve clinical care. All are meant to encourage speculation into the future while remaining scientifically sound.
We remain well served by understanding that glaucoma is a neurodegenerative disease and that optic nerve dysfunction leads to visual loss. The trabecular meshwork remains highly relevant since intraocular pressure remains a major risk factor for the disease. Genetic mutations continue to yield puzzling clues to its still elusive cause(s). Our goal is to understand how the disease develops and progresses, which should pave the way toward our ultimate goal: to prevent the disease. There is no question that glaucoma is multifaceted, with ocular and systemic abnormalities leading to the classic ocular findings. The final pathways are complex and redundant. We look forward to a day when we can use therapies for the optic nerve and the trabecular meshwork which address the underlying cause of elevated pressure. It is our hope that the present volume gives the reader a better understanding of the current disease process and opens new directions for the future discoveries in glaucoma.
These three volumes and the first volume of the MIGS and surgery series through Kugler Publications form the underpinning of an annual meeting run every fall by the same publisher in Amsterdam. Given COVID-19, the 2020 meeting was a virtual meeting; we hope we can look forward to an onsite meeting in Amsterdam again in 2021. If you can’t make it to the meetings, you can always find Simon Bakker, Managing Director of Kugler Publications, at the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Glaucoma Society, the European Glaucoma Society, and Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. As always, we welcome hearing from you. Let us know your outstanding questions.
Paul A. Knepper, MD, PhD, FARVO
Professor of Ophthalmology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Research Scientist, University of Illinois at Chicago
Table of Contents
About the authors
1. On the prevention and treatment of progressive vision loss in primary
Paul A. Knepper, Nicholas M. Pfahler, Indre. E. Bielskus, Michael C. Giovingo, Nicholas J. Volpe
2. Biomechanics of the trabecular meshwork: how far have we come?
VijayKrishna Raghunathan, Ted Acott, Janice Vranka
3. Activation of αvβ3 integrins: the next step in TGF-2 and
Mark S. Filla, Jennifer A. Faralli, Donna M. Peters
4. No cell is an island: trabecular meshwork ion channels as sensors
of the ambient milieu
5. Gene expression sequence alteration and impaired proteolysis: are
they contributory in glaucoma?
Beau Freedman, Hayden Sandler, Shawn M. Iverson, Dianne Barrett, Bryan Alfonso, Richard K. Lee, Sanjoy K. Bhattacharya
6. On the role of innate immune Toll-like receptor 4 in primary open-angle
Nicholas M. Pfahler, Indre. E. Bielskus, Michael C. Giovingo, Paul A. Knepper
7. The role of primary cilia in glaucoma pathogenesis.
Philipp P. Prosseda, Carlo Iomini, Yang Sun
8. Trabecular meshwork restoration in primary open-angle glaucoma using
Lin Cheng, Wei Zhu, Lauren K. Wareham, Emmanuel S. Buys, Markus H. Kuehn
9. Trabecular meshwork regeneration by stem cells for glaucoma treatment:
rationale, feasibility, and mechanisms
Ajay Kumar, Kunal Gandhi, Yiqin Du
10. The role of inflammation in primary angle-closure glaucoma.
Monisha E. Nongpiur, Eranga N. Vithana, Tin Aung, Tina Wong
11. Optical coherence tomography angiography in glaucoma.
David Huang, Liang Liu, Qisheng You
12. What’s new in perimetry?
Chris A. Johnson
13. Glaucoma at the center of the Earth
Jean-Claude Mwanza, Donald L. Budenz
14. Rho kinase inhibition: a therapeutic intervention for glaucoma
Padmanabhan Pattabiraman, Avinash Soundararajan
15. Clinical safety and e¡icacy of the first-in-class Rho kinase inhibitor
for lowering IOP: netarsudil and the fixed-dose combination of netarsudil
Janet B. Serle, Jake Radell
16. The use of micropulse trans-scleral cyclophototherapy for glaucoma:
current and future practice
Victor Koh, Marcus Tan, Maria Cecilia Aquino, Dawn Lim, Paul Chew
17. Micropulse laser trabeculoplasty: a gentler approach to re-establishing
Michael Giovingo, Giorgio Dorin, Catherine Thomas, Robin Alexander, John R. Samples, Thomas Patrianakos
18. Trabecular Meshwork Study Club Abstracts 2018201
19. Trabecular Meshwork Study Club Abstracts 2019227