Joshua Mali, MD, is a vitreoretinal surgeon at The Eye Associates, a private multispecialty ophthalmology practice in Sarasota, Florida.
2023: Top 5 predictions for ophthalmology in the New Year
Joshua Mali, MD, offers his top 5 prognostications for 2023.
Digital health care in ophthalmology: Opportunities and limitations for retina specialists
Over the past 2 years, retina specialists and their patients have learned how AI may be a tool physicians can use to monitor patients for disease progression, how telemedicine might mean more than a mere video chat between patient and clinician, and how the tools of the 21st century were closer to real-world practice than anticipated.
Dr. Mali's top 5 predictions for ophthalmology in 2022
In light of another unprecedented year filled with technological advancements and pivots as a result of the pandemic, Joshua Mali, MD, offers his top 5 predictions in ophthalmology for 2022.
Genetic testing initiative for inherited retinal diseases shows great promise
I have been encouraged as a retinal specialist with all the excitement and promising new treatments in gene therapy. Given that there are several retinal diseases with known inherited patterns and confirmed genetic loci responsible for the clinical manifestations, our field is primed to benefit from the expansion of knowledge in this arena.
Long-term efficacy for DME with fewer injections? Yes, please!
As a physician passionate about treating and helping patients with retinal disease, I continuously seek out and study new treatment modalities. It can be a very scary time for patients when faced with retinal conditions, such as macular degeneration, retinal detachments, and diabetic macular edema (DME).
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