This database study examines the association between endothelial cell density and suitability for transplantation in cornea donors with type 1 or 2 diabetes and determines the effect of diabetes on technician-induced endothelial damage during cornea donor tissue processing.
A woman with Marfan syndrome presented with blurry vision, pain, and photophobia in her right eye after napping face-down for 30 minutes. What would you do next?
A man in his 60s experienced blurring in both eyes after taking a very high dose of sildenafil.
A man in his 50s with a 4-year history of ataxia and SCP2 deficiency has unusual ophthalmic manifestations.
This post hoc analysis of the VISTA and VIVID randomized clinical trials evaluates visual and anatomic outcomes in a subgroup of macular laser photocoagulation treatment control eyes with substantial vision loss receiving treatment with intravitreal aflibercept injection.
This longitudinal study of US veterans assesses symptom progression in dry eye syndrome and determines risk factors associated with severe symptoms at 1 year.
This study assesses outcomes in patients who have a poor initial response but continue treatment without switching anti–vascular endothelial growth factor agents.
This case-control study evaluates whether there is an association between vitamin D levels and noninfectious anterior uveitis.
A woman in her 50s had right orbital pain for 3 months and her medical history was noncontributory. What would you do next?
This multicenter cohort study from 8 low- and middle-income countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America examines whether strategies to promote follow-up after cataract surgery have economic value.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effectiveness of rehabilitation services provided with low-vision devices compared with basic services accompanying the devices used in veterans with low vision due to macular diseases.
A man in his 50s reported a 4-week history of intermittent blurry vision in the right eye. Best-corrected visual acuity was 20/20 OU, and on ophthalmoscopy, there were few vitreous cells with no detectable haze and optic nerve head edema grade IV on the Frisén scale, with peripapillary flame hemorrhages in the right eye. What would you do next?
This Viewpoint discusses the Laser-Assisted In Situ Keratomileusis (LASIK) Quality of Life Collaboration Project, which developed a questionnaire to capture the patient’s experience following LASIK surgery with the ultimate goal of quantifying these patient-reported outcomes in the LASIK population.
A man in his 50s with a history of basal cell carcinoma that was resected from the right medial canthus was referred with right-sided ptosis, conjunctival hyperemia, and recurrent central corneal erosions. On examination, he was found to have complete ptosis of the right eyelid, asymmetric erythema of the eyelid margin, and meibomian gland dysfunction, as well as papillary conjunctivitis with thickening of his medial right lower eyelid. What would you do next?
A preadolescent girl was seen for evaluation and treatment of possible papilledema. Her ocular, medical, and family history were unremarkable and she had recently used a short-term course of oral antibiotics for a tooth infection. What would you do next?