Dr. Rafieetary is a consultative optometric physician at the Charles Retina Institute in Memphis. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry as well as the American Board of Certification.
Geographic atrophy is a major concern in eye health
You may be wondering: What is all this hype about geographic atrophy (GA)? If you are, let us look at the enigma.
AOA 2023: Stay current with the updated AMD landscape
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, FAAO, shares brief highlights from his 2023 AOA presentation, "AMD updates: Staying current with its landscape," which he co-presented with Jay Haynie, OD, FAAO.
AOA 2023: Eyechiatry: The psychology of vision loss
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, FAAO, shares brief highlights from his 2023 AOA presentation, "Do you practice Eyechiatry? The psychology of vision loss," which he co-presented with Roya Attar, OD, MBA.
DR:EAM study: Exploring eye drops for diabetic retinopathy
The DR:EAM study in investigating novel eye drop OTT-166 for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy in hopes of reducing treatment burden for patients.
VEE 2023: Find out what's hot in retina with Dr. Mo
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, shares key highlights from his VEE 2023 presentation looking at what's hot in retina.
SECO 2023: Keeping an eye on geographic atrophy
Mohammed Rafieetary, OD, shares key takeaways from his SECO 2023 presentation, "Advancing the understanding of geographic atrophy."
Geographic atrophy: What to know and why
Look out for at-risk patients and prepare to establish treatment protocols.
Q&A: EyeCon 2022 sneak peek with Dr. Rafieetary
Ahead of this year's annual meeting, Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, FAAO, offers a look at his presentation on diabetic retinal diseases and shares why the event shouldn't be missed.
Dr. Rafieetary: What I wish I knew before entering optometry
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, shares what he wishes he knew before entering optometry.
Imaging technology helps in scanning for retinal diseases
Advancements enable better diagnosis, treatment of patients.
What’s hot (and not) in retinal news
A look at the latest developments in retinal disease, including clinical trials and advanced therapies.
Retina news: What's hot (and not)
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, FAAO, offers a sneak peek at the latest (and fake!) news in retina.
Significance of imaging in retinal disease scans
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, FAAO, shares highlights from his SECO 2022 presentation titled "Image-in that! Scanning for retinal disease."
Low vision rehab in diabetic vision loss
Refer patients who have reduced vision and functional vision goals
Patient education vs patient relations?
• Relatable patient education improves quality of care and prognosis
• Although patients with moderate NPDR without DME can be followed every 6 to 9 months, when macular involvement is present patient needs more frequent follow-up
• Patients with diabetic retinopathy need to be informed about importance of follow-up care even in the absence of their vision changes
Improve your detection rate of retinal neovascularization
If a complete examination is not possible in diabetic patients, pay close attention to the inferior retina.
Diabetic retinopathy treatment practical review
When should ODs sends their patient to a retina specialist?
What causes vision loss in diabetic patients
Vision loss caused by diabetic retinopathy comes in different packages.
Role of comorbidities in management of diabetic retinopathy
ODs must pay close attention and manage all factors responsible for disease progression to improve the patient’s final outcome. The patient in this case report shows the importance of such management.
Diabetic retinopathy clinical pearl pictorial
Trace the path of diabetic retinopathy disease via images.
Patient perception of good vision a trap leading to loss
Know the many facets of diabetic retinopathy
Toxoplasmosis retinochoroiditis pictorial review
Knowing the clinical signs can aid diagnosis and treatment
Case report: Don’t be misled by diabetic retinopathy
What we can learn from managing diabetic patients
Many diabetics neglect their eyecare due to not knowing and/or misunderstanding the effects of diabetes to the eyes and visual system. Much of the inadequacies in patient education can be attributed to the absence or insufficient communication among healthcare providers, including optometrists, and our patients.
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