RCH Presents at the Retina Society’s 49th Annual Meeting

On September 14-17, 2016, Dr. Kokame and Dr. Lai attended the Retina Society’s 49th annual meeting. The Retina Society is an organization comprised of well-established doctors who are dedicated to the study of the retina and its diseases. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious retina organizations in the country. Members of this society are selected by invitation […]

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Dr. Raymond Wee Presents at a National Retina Conference

Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy is a variant of macular degeneration. It is thought to be more common in Asians but is likely underdiagnosed on the Mainland. Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy is a research interest at Retina Consultants of Hawaii. Because of our experience with this disease, Dr. Raymond Wee was invited to present about this disease to […]

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Dr. Kokame Presents Research at The Macula Society

Retina Consultants of Hawaii (RCH) has a commitment to research and contributing to the scientific community in vitreoretinal disease. Research plays an important role in developing new technology and treatments to better care for our patients. Dr. Kokame has a particular interest in polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV), a disease that causes decreased central vision. It […]

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Dr. Kokame on Local News for Bionic Eye Update

At the end of 2015, Dr. Kokame was featured on local Hawaii news to update the Hawaii community on his first Argus II Bionic Eye patient.  He was thrilled to share that she can now see light after years of blindness.  “She was previously in total darkness. Now, she can actually see the light. She […]

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Visiting Retina Professor Dr. Mark Johnson

Drs. Kokame, Lai, and Wee hosted the 41st Visiting Retina Professor Lecture Series in December 2015. This lecture series began in 1993 and has hosted many esteemed vitreoretinal specialists including Drs. Harry Flynn, Jennifer Lim, Bill Mieler, Jose Pulido, Rick Spaide, Alan Bird, Jason Slakter, Mark Humayun, and Don Gass, and many more. The Visiting […]

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