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Dr. Holekamp Talks About Age-related macular degeneration

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Retina on February 9, 2014

Dr.  Holekamp, Director of Retina Services at Pepose Vision Institute says macular degeneration is the leading cause of severe vision loss in people 60 years and older. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) never makes you totally blind, but it can leave you legally blind. Even in advanced cases, you can still function somewhat normally, but you […]

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Protective Goggles

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Eye Care on January 18, 2014

A note from Dr. Qazi: I was happy to see that my friends who I was playing racquetball with yesterday were wearing eye protection.  I have seen several patients over the past month with serious eye injuries that could have been easily avoided.  Most eye injuries result from sporting accidents and “low risk” household chores.  […]

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Dr. Jay Pepose Wins Award

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Pepose Info on January 4, 2014

Dr.. Jay Pepose of Pepose Vision Insitute, Washington University School of Medicine and Barnes-Jewish Hospital recently received an award for his poster presentation at the annual European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons meeting in Amsterdam.

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Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Retina on November 1, 2013

Do you or someone you love have diabetes? If so, did you know that every diabetic individual needs a yearly dilated retinal examination? This is true even if you have no vision problems. The retinal hemorrhaging associated with diabetes has no symptoms at first, but once vision is affected it becomes much more difficult to […]

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Dr. Jay Pepose Honored in Amsterdam

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Pepose Info on October 30, 2013

Dr. Jay Pepose  was recognized by the European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgeons at the society’s annual meeting in Amsterdam. He was honored for his presentation on how the pupil’s response to light differs in patients with a cataract versus patients who have undergone cataract surgery. The society is Europe’s leading organization for eye […]

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Results from an AMD trial

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Retina on August 4, 2013

CATT Trial Injections for Treatment of Wet Age-Related Macular Degeneration or AMD Reported in the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Holekamp, our Director of Retina Services, reported that the results of the head-to-head trial comparing Avastin injections to Lucentis injections for treatment of wet age-related macular degeneration or AMD were reported in the New […]

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New Cataract Lens Approved

Posted by: Pepose Vision Institute in Cataracts on June 26, 2013

A new intraocular lens implant just approved by the FDA corrects astigmatism and dramatically improves vision across the board in patients undergoing cataract surgery. Patients have significantly improved near, intermediate and distance vision—often without having to resort to glasses. “And if glasses are worn, they are low-power readers, worn more for comfort than for need,” […]

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Partnership with Lifelong Vision Foundation

Lifelong Vision Foundation has partnered with The Wyman Center and College Bound  to provide eye health education, career path advice, vision testing, and eyeglasses for youth. This year, Lifelong Vision Foundation and Pepose Vision will support 25 youth from each program with an additional 25 added from each organization for the following three years. “We […]

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