Tag Archives: Retina

This year, the South Carolina Hospital Association held two SC Mission 2013 events in South Carolina.

SC Mission 2013: Midlands, held August 2-3 in Columbia and SC Mission 2013: Lowcountry, held August 23-24 in Charleston County. These events were open clinics that provided free health care services on a first-come, first-served basis to adults who are … Continue reading

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Retina Consultants of Charleston Opens Clinic in Lake City

Residents of Lake City now have easy access to one of South Carolina’s leading retina specialists, as John Kerrison, M.D. of Retina Consultants of Charleston opens a clinic at 123 Epps Street. This practice will offer a full range of … Continue reading

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Phase 4 NO SHAM ARM Study – Clinical Trial

Retina Consultants of Charleston, Clinical Trials Division Now Accepting Patients: Phase 4 Study, NO SHAM ARM. Looking for Rigorous Evaluation of Vision and Safety after treatment with EYLEA. Clinical Trial Inclusion Criteria: 1. Naive patients with unilateral wet AMD. 2. VA … Continue reading

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January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month

Glaucoma is called “the sneak thief of sight” since there are no symptoms and once vision is lost, it’s permanent. As much as 40% of vision can be lost without a person noticing. Glaucoma is the leading cause of preventable … Continue reading

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We proudly announce the publication of Macular Surgery, 2nd Edition!

Macular Surgery, Second Edition is written for and by retina specialists. It details the surgical indications and surgical techniques in the management of macular diseases.  With the first edition published in 1999, this second book published in 2011 presents a highly … Continue reading

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