Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast

Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast, hosted by Dr. Erick Bothun and Dr. Andrea Tooley, takes us through the latest and greatest in ophthalmology from the lens of an academic institution, Mayo Clinic. We look forward to bringing guests from across the globe to discuss ophthalmology and various subsets of medicine.

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Episodes

7 days ago

Vitreoretinal surgeon Dr. Matt Starr takes us through retinal detachments and everything a comprehensive ophthalmologist needs to know. From how to manage tears, treatment algorithms and practice patterns, and patient outcomes. This is a fun refresher on all things RDs.   
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Wednesday May 29, 2024

Tom Knutson, certified financial planner at Mayo Clinic joins us to give an in-depth look at wealth management for ophthalmologists. Mr. Knutson provides outstanding advice about everything from finding advisors and investigating firm fee structures, how to convert 529 accounts to Roth accounts, when to spend and when to save, to real estate and cryptocurrency. This is a can’t miss episode full of practical advice. 
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Wednesday May 15, 2024

Today we are joined by Dr. John Chen, a professor of ophthalmology and neurology here at the Mayo Clinic for an interactive journal club including optic neuritis and MOGAD disease criteria and the effects of GLP-1RA on idiopathic intracranial hypertension.  
Banwell, Brenda, et al. "Diagnosis of myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein antibody-associated disease: International MOGAD Panel proposed criteria." The Lancet Neurology 22.3 (2023): 268-282. 
Mitchell, James L., et al. "The effect of GLP-1RA exenatide on idiopathic intracranial hypertension: a randomized clinical trial." Brain 146.5 (2023): 1821-1830. 
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Wednesday May 01, 2024

In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Ashlie Bernhisel, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and specialist in corneal surgery and global health.  Dr. Bernhisel discusses her career journey studying and contributing to ocular disease internationally.  Listen in to learn about Global Ophthalmology resources and opportunities for physicians and residents.   
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Wednesday Apr 17, 2024

Dr. Coleman joins us today to discuss her research in social determinants of health and how they relate to glaucoma diagnosis, management, and surgical outcomes. Dr. Coleman is a past president of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and current chair of the Stein Eye Institute. She shares her views on ophthalmology and the future, using big data to improve patient outcomes, and more.
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Wednesday Apr 03, 2024

Today we are joined by Doctor Amir Khan, a professor of ophthalmology here at the Mayo Clinic for an interactive journal club doctor Khan brought two articles to our attention: 
Ophthalmology Workforce Projections in the United States, 2020 to 2035 - Ophthalmology (aaojournal.org) 
Endophthalmitis rates and risk factors following intraocular surgeries in the medicare population from 2016 to 2019 | British Journal of Ophthalmology (bmj.com) 
 
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Wednesday Mar 20, 2024

In this Episode, Erick and Andrea chat about one of Andrea’s passion project: gardening. Dr. Tooley gardens to provide food to her family and shares what she’s learned about garden planning, seed starting, harvesting, and preserving food. If you’ve thought about starting seeds this spring, you can’t miss this info packed episode. 
 
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Wednesday Mar 06, 2024

We are joined by Dr. Lilly Wagner, an assistant professor of ophthalmology and specialist in oculofacial and orbital surgery.  Dr. Wagner shares her insights about eyelid lesions, the lumps and bumps that can stump you in clinic, how to deal with them and when to seek help from oculoplastics.  Listen in for her tips on evaluating eyelid lesions, including her GROSS pneumonic to catch the ones we should be most concerned about and simple to advanced techniques for surgical management.
 
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Wednesday Feb 21, 2024

Join Dr. Tooley and Dr. Bothun for a “from the vault” journal club we recorded back in the fall. The first article we discuss is Artificial Intelligence Chatbot Performance in Triage of Ophthalmic Conditions | medRxiv followed by JAMA publication, “Surgeon Sex and Long-Term Postoperative Outcomes Among Patients Undergoing Common Surgeries”. We hope you enjoy our discussion. Subscribe to the podcast so you don’t miss future journal club episodes.
https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2023.06.11.23291247v1 
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamasurgery/fullarticle/2808894 
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Wednesday Feb 07, 2024

We are joined by Dr. Aaron Lee, a Vitreoretinal surgeon and clinical scientist at the University of Washington.  Today we discuss Dr. Lee’s expertise in big data to study ophthalmology and answer health care questions.  Dr. Lee reflects on his “Bridge to AI” project, creating an accessible, large database of Type II Diabetes patients to look for relationships between systemic health and ocular findings.  Whether you need an “AI for dummies” intro for the difference between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Large Language models or are simply fascinated that we might diagnose renal function when imaging the retina, please tune in! 
 
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Mayo Ophthalmology Podcast

Mayo Clinic Ophthalmology Podcast, hosted by Dr. Erick Bothun and Dr. Andrea Tooley, takes us through the latest and greatest in ophthalmology from the lens of an academic institution, Mayo Clinic. We look forward to bringing guests from across the globe to discuss ophthalmology and various subsets of medicine.

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