This longitudinal cohort study examines the incidence of and risk factors associated with the development of idiopathic macular hole requiring surgical repair with vitrectomy among a large group of US managed care plan beneficiaries.
This cohort study evaluates the retinal microvasculature using optical coherence tomographic angiography in patients with diabetes as well as the association of optical coherence tomographic angiography characteristics with diabetic retinopathy and systemic risk factors.
This study evaluates the agreement in visual field testing and optical coherence tomography software among 5 glaucoma specialists.
This cross-sectional study evaluates whether retinal measurements from optical coherence tomography can serve as an effective surrogate for invasive intracranial pressure measurement.
This study describes the association of mothers’ tobacco smoking during pregnancy and children’s low birth weight with the retinal nerve fiber layer thickness in Danish children.
This case series reports on the SRD5A3 gene mutation that causes early-onset retinal dystrophy.
This cross-sectional postoperative study assesses whether prespecified vascular risk factors and cardiac abnormalities are more common among patients in Southern India with vs without pseudoexfoliation presenting for cataract surgery.
This case-control study examines class I human leukocyte antigens in patients with Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis with severe ocular complications who were using cold medicines near the time of the disease onset.
This case-control study uses data from the British Columbia Ministry of Health databases to assess the effect of recurring intravitreous bevacizumab injections with the need for glaucoma surgery.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the ability of measurements of retinal microvasculature using optical coherence tomographic angiography to distinguish healthy eyes from eyes with diabetic retinopathy.
This single-center case series reports the incidence of culture-proven endophthalmitis over the course of 3 years and describes the clinical outcomes associated with each case of endophthalmitis.
This case series investigates whether ocular surface pyogenic granulomas resolve with topical β-blocker therapy.
This case report describes the imaging studies and clinical features of chorioretinal lesions in an immunocompromised patient with Zika virus infection.
A 58-year-old woman had 3 months of constant blurry vision in the left eye and a history of glaucoma and breast cancer. What would you do next?
A man presented with optic nerve hyperemia and multiple shallow serous retinal detachments. What would you do next?
A man in his 30s with no history of eye problems presented with flashes, progressive blurry vision in both eyes, easy bruising, and fatigue over a period of 6 days. Examination showed bilateral flame-shaped and intraretinal hemorrhages in both maculae and hard exudates in the left macula. What would you do next?
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?
This report is of a woman in her 40s with a recurrent cerebral malignant glioma in the left frontal lobe who presented with blurred vision in the right eye.
This case report describes a man in his 40s with bullous retinoschisis extending into the macula.
A 14-year-old boy noticed sudden vision loss in his right eye. Ophthalmoscopic examination revealed whitish vascular tufts in the temporal retinal periphery.
This case report describes a man in his 70s with peripheral exudative chorioretinopathy.
This case report describes a woman in her 40s who presented with bilateral, progressive, and blurry vision for 1 month.
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