This Viewpoint shares insights for building more accessible conferences for attendees with vision disabilities.
This cross-sectional study examines the application of anomaly detection to retinal diseases.
This cross-sectional study evaluates whether disparities in ophthalmic conditions and services exist between North American Native individuals and non-Hispanic White individuals in the US.
A 12-year-old girl with bilateral panuveitis presented for abnormal gait. Her subsequent workup revealed elevated inflammatory markers and subcentimeter chest and abdominal lymph nodes. What would you do next?
This cohort study evaluates the association between racial and ethnic minority status and the perception of being treated with respect by clinicians using data from the National Health Interview Survey.
This cross-sectional study assesses the frequency of myopic macular features in individuals of European ancestry with high myopia.
This cohort study examines the associations between patient characteristics and clinical measures with vision monitoring app uptake and engagement.
A 58-year-old man had a large, white, preretinal lesion in the inferior macula and a retinal detachment with no identifiable retinal break and shifting subretinal fluid. Four months prior to presentation, he had traveled to Costa Rica on vacation and fallen ill with fevers, night sweats, and myalgias. What would you do next?
This randomized crossover trial tests the hemodynamic stability and efficacy of a specialized sleeping sack capable of delivering nightly lower body negative pressure.
This case-control study reports outcomes and cumulative mortality rates among patients with COVID-19–associated rhino-orbitocerebral mucormycosis.
A 13-month-old boy was brought to the emergency department by his parents for bilateral eyelid ecchymosis and edema for 1 month, as well as a mass on the right temporal area that was persistent for the past month and a half. He had hit the right side of his head on a table 1 month before symptoms developed, but had no other recent trauma. What would you do next?
A 59-year-old man presented with a 1-month history of blurred vision in his right eye and a choroidal lesion with a creamy yellow appearance in the macular region involving the optic disc. What would you do next?
This cohort study describes the risk of developing diabetes-associated ocular complications among children diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 diabetes during a 50-year period.
This US physician survey study explores the extent of basic accommodations physicians practicing in the US provide to patients with significant vision limitations in outpatient care.