This case series analysis examined conjunctival tumors in children younger than 21 years to determine the features that differentiate benign from malignant tumors.
This study explores inconsistencies between patient self-report on an Eye Symptom Questionnaire and documentation in the medical record among patients 18 years or older seen at an ophthalmology center.
A man presented with optic nerve hyperemia and multiple shallow serous retinal detachments. What would you do next?
This study of the CMS database for payments to ophthalmologists in 2012 and 2013 examines whether charges, as reflected in reimbursements from the CMS to ophthalmologists, differ by sex and how disparity relates to differences in clinical activity.
This study assesses whether the protective effects of statins against the risk of glaucoma vary depending on the daily dosage or type of statin taken.
This Special Communication reviews early detection and management of neovascular age-related macular degeneration to improve visual acuity outcomes.
A Hispanic man in his late 50s presented with gradual progression of bilateral blepharoptosis for 6 months, starting in the left eye and subsequently involving the right eye. The ptosis did not worsen throughout the day nor fluctuate. What would you do next?
The Viewpoint argues for changing the name of actue posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy.
The Viewpoint argues against changing the name of actue posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy.
This post hoc analysis of the Singapore Epidemiology Eye Diseases Study examines the association between systemic medication use and intraocular pressure in a multiethnic Asian population.
This study evaluates the segmentation of retinal layers among 3 optical coherence tomography angiography instruments in the central macula, an area where the superficial and deep vascular plexuses terminate.
A healthy adolescent Latino man with juvenile open angle glaucoma underwent Ahmed valve placement in the left eye via uncomplicated surgery.What would you do next?
A man in his 50s presented with primary open-angle glaucoma and a visually significant cataract, causing a 4-diopter myopic shift. What would you do next?