This Viewpoint reports on optical coherence tomography angiography and how its use could greatly enrich our understanding of the ischemic processes affecting different layers of the retinal vasculature.
This Viewpoint discusses ways in which to address sentinel events, serious reportable events, and root cause analysis.
This retrospective consecutive case series finds that abrasion of the internal limiting membrane with a diamond-dusted membrane scraper at the time of vitrectomy achieves high rates of macular hole closure.
This secondary analysis of a randomized clinical trial reports that there is evidence of improvement in vision-related quality of life among patients with fungal ulcers who were randomly assigned to natamycin compared with those randomly assigned to voriconazole.
This systematic review and meta-analysis examines evidence regarding cardiovascular adverse effects of phenylephrine eyedrops to determine whether phenylephrine can be safely used in clinical routine.
This prospective, longitudinal, observational, case-series analysis reports that a frameshift heterozygous mutation in RAX2 inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion was associated with mixed cone and rod dysfunction.
This cross-sectional study reports that there is increased variability attributable to error in repeated measurements in patients with SS and patients with blepharitis compared with control participants.
This case-control study finds no significant differences in revenue or productivity following electronic health record system implementation in an ophthalmic practice.
This multicenter observational cohort study describes a centralized system for grading digital images of retinopathy of prematurity.
This observational cohort study concludes that myopia in children can be predicted using a single measure of refractive error.
This case series suggests that rod function is more severely affected than cone function in retinal areas with reticular drusen in patients with age-related macular degeneration.
This population-based cohort study assesses the 15-year incidence and progression of medium drusen and associated risk factors in 3654 participants 49 years or older who attended baseline examinations of the Blue Mountains Eye Study.
This case review demonstrates an artifact of eosinophilic Müller cell foot processes swelling in the postmortem examination of young infant eyes, a potential pitfall in the diagnosis of retinal hemorrhages.
This Clinical Review describes the experience of using Google Glass to record scleral buckling surgery and discusses its potential use in medical education.
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