Acharya and colleagues conducted a retrospective, population-based cohort study to ascertain the incidence and prevalence of uveitis in a Hawaiian population and compare these estimates with those from prior population-based studies.
Pineles et al evaluate the effect of strabismus on binocular summation using a battery of psychophysical tasks that are clinically relevant and easy to use and determine whether strabismus is associated with binocular inhibition in extreme cases.
Curriero and colleagues conducted a cross-sectional study to determine whether decreased visual acuity from age-related macular degeneration and visual field loss from glaucoma were associated with restricted travel patterns in older adults.
Leuschen and colleagues conducted a propensity score–matched cohort analysis using retrospective data to compare the risks for development of cataracts between statin users and nonusers.
Berry and colleagues reviewed the University of Southern California experience using Eye Physics plaques and Plaque Simulator software to treat choroidal melanomas and compare the outcomes with published results of the Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study.
In a prospective randomized clinical trial, Doors et al compare corneal thickness and corneal volume changes using torsional and longitudinal phacoemulsification in patients with Fuchs endothelial dystrophy and determine risk factors of postoperative corneal decompensation.
Wu et al examine choroidal thickness by spectral-domain optical coherence tomography in children with a history of retinopathy of prematurity and assess the impact of choroidal thickness on visual acuity.
Kowalski and coauthors develop a practical in vitro complete-kill assay to assess anti-Acanthamoeba drugs.
Joseph et al describe 3 patients who had paradoxical development of tuberculomas in the anterior optic pathway during treatment for tuberculous meningitis and presented with sudden loss of vision.
Azari and colleagues reported 2 cases of shaken adults with intracranial and ophthalmologic findings that resulted from repetitive acceleration-deceleration injury.
Murthy and coauthors describe a patient with sickle cell disease (SCD) receiving treatment with tadalafil who experienced acute, bilateral, concurrent central retinal artery occlusion.
Zampieri and Zanatta explored Pietro Gradenigo’s waxworks, which represented ophthalmologic surgical operations and eye diseases.
Create a personal account or sign in to: