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Adding Retina to a Comprehensive Ophthalmology Practice

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Journal/Article Reprint from Laser Technology IQ Center

Over the past 25 years, several factors have increased the demand for vitreoretinal subspecialist services: the increasing population of baby-boomers and their associated age-related macular conditions, increasing development of effective and efficient treatment options for common sight-threatening disease such as diabetic retinopathy and age-related macular degeneration that require an increased frequency of follow-up care, improvements in surgical instrumentation and outcomes, and an increasing concern about medicolegal considerations in areas that have other retinal physicians readily available to treat potentially blinding emergencies. This paper discusses the ins and outs of expanding to the posterior segment.