A man in his 40s underwent a scleral buckle procedure where a needle inadvertently perforated the eye.
A woman in her 60s with bilateral inferior conjunctival pigmentation in a patchy, linear pattern was referred for a presumptive diagnosis of conjunctival melanoma.
A black woman in her early 40s presented with a pigmented conjunctival lesion of the right eye that had been present since childhood, which histological analysis showed to be conjunctival melanoma.
A 3-week-old girl with incontinentia pigmenti and vitreous hemorrhage had bilateral peripheral retinal neovascularization and associated preretinal hemorrhage on clinical examination.
This Viewpoint discusses the response to the Zika virus cases identified in Florida.
This follow-up study of persons with diabetes assesses the rate of adhering to recommended follow-up eye care in a diabetic retinopathy screening program administered in a safety-net health care facility and examines factors associated with follow-up eye care use.
This study of ophthalmology-related lawsuits describes and analyzes the causes and outcomes of ophthalmology medical malpractice litigation involving patients younger than 18 years.
This analysis aims to estimate the prevalence of noninfectious uveitis using a large, retrospective, administrative claims database.
This cross-sectional observational study reports on whether the use of alleviating maneuvers for benign essential blepharospasm or hemifacial spasm correlates with disease severity or botulinum toxin treatment.
This study uses data from the Utah Population Database to examine the risk of exfoliation syndrome in women who previously have experienced pelvic organ prolapse.
This study characterizes the discrepancies in findings of retinopathy of prematurity between digital retinal image grading and examination results from the Telemedicine Approaches to Evaluating Acute-Phase Retinopathy of Prematurity study.
This cross-sectional study examines histopathologic changes in the choriocapillaris of eyes with clinically documented age-related macular degeneration.
This cohort study examines the potential influence of computer-generated mosaic photographs on the diagnosis and management of retinopathy of prematurity.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the use of the forearm as a remote site in assessment of pain sensitivity in individuals with idiopathic dry eye symptoms.
This population-based longitudinal study uses data from the Singapore Malay Eye Study to examine the association of changes in presenting visual acuity with vision-specific functioning.
This case report describes a woman with recurrent keratitis who had a corneal ulcer caused by a multidrug-resistant extended-spectrum β-lactamase–producing strain of Escherichia coli with a novel mutation in yrfF conferring mucoidy and phagocytosis resistance.
This case report describes 2 female patients with acute macular neuroretinopathy who underwent multimodal imaging including optical coherence tomographic angiography that identified flow deficits at the level of the choriocapillaris.
This case series evaluates the use of an adaptive optics system to analyze retinal structural changes overlying choroidal nevi.
A man in his 60s presented with reduced visual acuity in his right eye and had vitritis, mild optic disc edema, scattered elevated white chorioretinal lesions, and a prominent macular lesion on examination following several urologic procedures. What would you do next?
An otherwise healthy white man in his 40s had decreased vision with a white cataract and tearing, photophobia, and burning in his left eye. He had been treated for a corneal abrasion and treated with topical antibiotics 1 year prior. What would you do next?
A woman had worsening bulging, redness, and mild pain in her right eye; imaging, angiography, and venography of the brain and orbits revealed extraocular muscle enlargement and enhancement. What would you do next?
A boy aged 17 years presented after noticing that his right pupil was off-center without associated symptoms of decreased vision, ocular pain, diplopia, glare, or haloes and with no history of ocular infection, surgical procedure, or trauma. Slitlamp examination confirmed mild corectopia in the right eye, along with 4 clock hours of iridocorneal touch nasally and a “hammered silver” appearance to the involved cornea. What would you do next?
This study examines whether Zika virus can be detected in conjunctival fluid.
This case report describes a man in his 30s with a maternal family history of Leber hereditary optic neuropathy who presented with 10 days of subacute, painless vision loss in the left eye.