Posts by Lisa Mitchell-Galloy:


Dr. Packo at the 21st Advanced Vitreous Surgery Course

Dr. Kirk Packo was interviewed at the 21st Advanced Vitreous Surgery Course and 5th Fellows Advanced Vitreous Surgery Course hosted by Duke Eye.  The topic of the interview was “There’s More to Playing Sports When It Meets the Eye”.  Watch here:  https://bit.ly/2W12YcR  




Dr. Chaturvedi featured in NWI Times article

  Dr. Chaturvedi was featured in an article in The Times of Norwest Indiana this weekend. He described what Macular Degeneration is as well as it’s symptoms and treatments. He also stressed the importance of annual dilated eye-exams. Read more: http://ow.ly/yMcF50pxcmk


Acute Retinal Necrosis – April 2019

History A 32 year old man with a history of HSV keratitis presents with injection and sensitivity to light. He was started on topical antibiotic drops by his primary care provider, but symptoms did not improve. He was then seen by his optometrist who started oral acyclovir and durezol and promptly sent him for evaluation.… Read More »


Dr. Rezaei at Retina World Congress 2019

Dr. Rezaei was one of the organizers of the recent Retina World Congress (RWC).  In addition to that, he was also a session chair. Also in attendance, pictured on top left, is one of our fellows, Dr. Zeyer. https://www.healio.com/meeting/retinaworldcongress/program/agenda/program-saturday


Dr. Pollack’s talk at Retina World Congress 2019

Dr. Pollack spoke at the recent Retina World Congress. The name of the talk was: Steroid Drops After Vitreoretinal Surgery: Is it time to go drop-less? Research performed by Drs. Pollack and Civantos and 2 former fellows, Drs. Elizabeth Atchison and Marina Gilca, found that a single intraconjunctival injection of 4mg of steroid triamcinolone acetonide… Read More »