Category Archives: Dr. Sachin Mehta

Dr. Sachin Mehta: Lake Havasu City School Children Benefit from Philanthropic “Vision”

July, 18, 2017 – Dr. Tania Sobchuk, president of the London Bridge Rotary Club, working with other groups and individuals, raised $7,000 to purchase a vision screening machine to make it possible for Lake Havasu City school children to receive vision screenings. London Bridge Rotary Club donated $1,000; Lake Havasu City Lions Club donated $1,000; Lake… Read More »

Channel 3 AZFamily: RCA Creates AMD Support Group

PHOENIX (KPHO/KTVK) – A new group seeks to give information and support to patients dealing with macular degeneration, the leading cause of vision loss in the U.S. Whether she is cutting fabric for a dress for her granddaughter or embroidering a square for a quilt, Carol Huston loves to sew. So of course she was… Read More »

Retina Sub-day AAO 2015 – Day 2 – Las Vegas, Nevada

Dr. Sachin Mehta Reports from AAO Retina Subday – Day 2 Dr. Jay Duker reported on the use of a relatively new diagnostic imaging modality: optical coherence tomography angiography (OCT-A). OCT-A is a non-invasive imaging modality that uses motion contrast between OCT images in order to generate volumetric angiograms.  The retinal and choroidal vasculature can… Read More »

Retina Sub-day AAO 2015 – Day 1 – Las Vegas, Nevada

There was an excellent debate between Dr. Michael Stewart and Dr. Caroline Baumal regarding the optimal timing for vitrectomy for retained lens fragments (RLF) after complex cataract surgery. Several studies have shown that the optimal time to intervene is approximately 3-7 days, however, the timing is dependent on several factors, such as the amount of… Read More »

July EyeOnVision with Dr. Sachin Mehta – TV45 Lake Havasu

Retinal Consultants of Arizona continues its community outreach & patient education programming with another EyeOnVision segment filmed from Lake Havasu City, Arizona. If you have questions for RCA physicians, please email us and we will do our best to have them answered during future segments.