Nikolas J.S. London, MD, FACS
Nikolas London, MD FACS is the President, Director of Research, and Managing Partner at Retina Consultants San Diego as well as the Chief of Ophthalmology at Scripps Memorial in La Jolla. He completed his Retina fellowship at Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia, PA, where he was awarded the Ron Michels Award in 2012. Dr. London is dedicated to excellence in patient care, and enjoys learning and teaching new surgical techniques.
How to Build Your Optometrist Referral Network
As ophthalmologists, we need a league of optometrists for both referral and ongoing co-management. Following the steps in this article will help you build relationships that lead to referrals.
Scleral Buckle for Retinal Detachment: Three Surgical Approaches
When it comes to retinal detachment repair, scleral buckling is a classic. In this set of videos, three experienced surgeons walk you through their approaches to the procedure.
An Introduction to Wet Macular Degeneration for Ophthalmology Residents
AMD affects roughly 25% of people over 75, and is a main cause of central vision loss. Wet AMD, aka “exudative” or “neovascular” AMD, is much more sight-threatening than the dry, non-exudative form. Here's what ophthalmology residents need to know.
An Introduction to Fundus Autofluorescence for Ophthalmology Residents
There are a variety of ophthalmic imaging modalities available. What are the clinical applications and benefits of using FAF?
Lampalizumab and the Quest to Find a Treatment for Geographic Atrophy Within the Complement Cascade
AMD is often devastating for patients. However, lampalizumab might be a secret weapon in the battle against GA associated with AMD.
An Introduction to Metamorphopsia Following Retinal Detachment Repair for Ophthalmology Residents
Understanding metamorphopsia will make all the difference when treating retinal detachment patients.
Why Ophthalmology Residents Should Consider a Retina Fellowship
Watch our interview with vitreoretinal surgeons Nikolas J. London, MD, FACS and Daniel Chao, MD, PhD about what drew them to the retina specialty and why they think this career path is a great option for MDs.
An Introduction to Central Serous Chorioretinopathy for Ophthalmology Residents
Patients tend to be Type A, male, and living high-stress lifestyles. What do you need to look out for in CSCR patients? What treatment options are available to them?
An Introduction to OCT Angiography for Ophthalmology Residents
Advancements in technology have led to increasingly better scanning speeds and axial resolutions. Now comes a new form of OCT—OCT Angiography.