Welcome to the Retina Atlas

The Retina Atlas is a dynamic iterative clinical resource for retina, written and reviewed by ASRS members who are board-certified ophthalmologists with formal fellowship training in vitreoretinal medicine. Their practice and expertise are primarily devoted to the treatment of patients with vitreoretinal diseases and surgery.

The Retina Atlas is a source for the latest clinical information and images of retinal disease. For each condition, it captures illustrative images from the ASRS Retina Image Bank’s world-class collection, and unites them with a multifaceted clinical overview.

Each chapter provides vivid figures, information on clinical features, diagnosis and management, the latest research, best references, notable theories and controversies.

The Retina Atlas is designed as a continuously improving platform. The ASRS will seek content experts to provide the most-comprehensive, up-to-date, and timely information. New information, imaging, and commentary will form the backbone of this novel resource.

We are deeply grateful to Founding Editor in Chief, Suber S. Huang, MD, MBA, FASRS, Editor-in-Chief Aleksandra Rachitskaya, MD, FASRS, Associate Editor-in-Chief Ajay Kuriyan, MD, MS, as well as our dedicated member contributors, editors and reviewers around the globe whose expertise and ongoing efforts continue to grow and enhance this valuable resource. We are also grateful to our Retina Image Bank contributors for sharing their superb clinical images. 

The Retina Atlas – connecting the world.

Click here to read more about the genesis of the Retina Image Bank and Retina Atlas.

Send Us Your Feedback and help Us Grow the Atlas!

With the assistance of ASRS member contributors, and reviewers, the Retina Atlas will continue to expand and map the evolution of the field.

We invite your input to help us improve. Please email us at retina.atlas@asrs.org if you would like to add information to any chapter, have comments on the content, or if you are interested in contributing as an author.