This cohort study assesses the yearly rate of change of macular function in patients with Stargardt disease type 1.
A woman in her 40s presents with a 3-day history of an inferior scotoma in her right eye, which has a relative afferent pupillary defect and mild optic nerve edema. What would you do next?
This cases series assesses the association of visual acuity with refraction in patients with ocular disease who are new to low vision clinics.
A 66-year-old healthy man presents with a 9-day history of a progressively enlarging right lower eyelid lesion. What would you do next?
A healthy man in his 60s presents with a blurred vision in his left eye and findings were suggestive of lymphoid tumor and a choroidal lymphoid process. What would you do next?
This post hoc analysis of the open-label cohort study Safety Events in Vismodegib reports the outcomes of vismodegib treatment in participants with periocular locally advanced basal cell carcinoma.
This cohort study evaluates the association of co-occurring dementia and self-reported visual impairment on daily functioning in older adults in the US.
A man in his 30s presented with long-standing iris lesions in both eyes. What would you do next?
This randomized clinical trial examines the effect of postoperative facedown positioning on outcomes for large macular holes.
This case-control study assesses the association between macular abnormalities over time and the use of 5α-reductase inhibitors for treatment of benign prostatic hypertrophy and/or alopecia.
This cohort study characterizes drusen and hyperreflective foci in patients with age-related macular degeneration using artificial intelligence algorithms and spatiotemporal atlas methods.
A man in his 30s presents with reduced peripheral vision and no history of ocular disease. His visual acuity is 20/20 OU, with no afferent pupillary defect. Automated perimetry is reliable and shows symmetrical severe bilateral field constriction with a remaining island of 6° of central vision. What would you do next?
This Viewpoint theorizes changes in ophthalmology practices after the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
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