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Article
January 1968

TAUT'S THE WORD

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Baltimore, Md

Arch Ophthalmol. 1968;79(1):120. doi:10.1001/archopht.1968.03850040122026

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Abstract

To the Editor.  —In the impressive and well-written article on vitreoretinal traction in macular retinography, by Tolentino et al in the July issue of the Archives (78:23-30, 1967), this sentence occurs on page 25: "Occasionally, it [the vitreous] was also detached over the macula, but taunt bands connected the detached cortex with the macular region, causing vitreoretinal traction."Although macular detachment can make a mockery of visual acuity, did the authors intend to describe the bands as "taut" (tight) rather than "taunt"? Or, less likely, was "taunt" used in the nautical sense (meaning "tall"?)

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