The Wilmer Residents Association Clinical Symposium will take place at the Thomas B. Turner Building at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore MD on Friday, June 8, 2012. Our, Maryland surgical consultant, Collin Back will be available to discuss some our new, exciting ophthalmic surgical technologies. Please visit our booth and ask Collin about our newly enhanced Molteno3 Tube Shunt for managing IOP in late-stage glaucoma patients. We have repositioned the sutureholes and lowered the profile of the pressure ridge for enhanced surgical utility. For bleb management information please view our new Glaucoma Bleb Management Brochure. Also, on-hand, will be the new AmbioDisk, an amniotic membrane corneal disk overlay graft for neurotrophic ulcers and non-healing epithelial defects. The AmbioDisk can be used in an office setting using a non-surgical, sutureless approach. In the mean time please feel free to contact Collin Back at 410.238.1434 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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