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Congratulations to the winner of our January quiz, Arun Lakshmanan, MS, DNB, FRCS, MRCOphth, Department of Ophthalmology, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham, England. The correct answer to our January challenge was herpes simplex virus–associated iritis. For a complete discussion of this case, see the Research Letters section in the February Archives (Dastrup BT, Cantor L, Moorthy RS, Vasconcelos-Santos D, Rao N. An unusual manifestation of herpes simplex virus–associated acute iris depigmentation and pigmentary glaucoma. Arch Ophthalmol. 2011;129:253-254).
Be sure to visit the Archives of Ophthalmology Web site (http://www.archophthalmol.com) and try your hand at our Clinical Challenge Interactive Quiz. We invite visitors to make a diagnosis based on selected information from a case report or other feature scheduled to be published in the following month's print edition of the Archives . The first visitor to e-mail our Web editors with the correct answer will be recognized in the print journal and on our Web site and will also be able to choose one of the following books published by AMA Press: Clinical Eye Atlas, Clinical Retina, or Users' Guides to the Medical Literature.
January 2011 Archives Web Quiz Winner. Arch Ophthalmol. 2011;129(6):702. doi:10.1001/archophthalmol.2011.103