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  1. Choroidal granulomas visualized by enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography.

    Retina 35(3):525 (2015) PMID 25105317

    To assess the visualization of choroidal granulomas (CG) by enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography (EDI-OCT) and to describe their EDI-OCT characteristics. Combined indocyanine green (ICG) angiography and EDI-OCT images of 44 CG (sarcoid, tubercular, or Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada related) wer...
  2. Focal inferotemporal scleral bulge with choroidal thinning: a new observation on high-penetration optical coherence tomography.

    Retina 35(3):600 (2015) PMID 25170856

  3. Rdh5 retinopathy (fundus albipunctatus) with preserved rod function.

    Retina 35(3):582 (2015) PMID 25170858

    The aim of this study is to characterize the clinical features of four unrelated Chinese patients with retinal dehydrogenase 5 (RDH5) retinopathy (fundus albipunctatus) and to identify the genetic defects underlying this disorder. Complete ophthalmic examinations, including slit-lamp biomicroscopy,...
  4. Reply.

    Retina 35(3):e20 (2015) PMID 25699504

  5. Reply.

    Retina 29(7):1054 (2009) PMID 19584667

  6. Erratum
    Author(s) unavailable

    Retina 28(9):1374 (2008)

  7. Reply.

    Retina 28(6):912 (2008) PMID 18536616

  8. Correspondence

    Retina 28(4):666 (2008)

  9. Comparison of chord length and scleral arc length when placing sutures for episcleral exoplants.

    Retina 5(4):225 (1985) PMID 3915138

    We derived a formula to compare the chord length and scleral arc length, when using calipers to measure the distance for suture placement, during retinal reattachment surgery. The scleral arc length is slightly longer than the chord length (caliper setting). The difference is 0.16 mm (2.0%) for an 8...
  10. Controlled drainage of subretinal and choroidal fluid.

    Retina 5(4):233 (1985) PMID 3835619

    Controlled drainage of subretinal fluid is achieved using a 25-gauge needle, passed obliquely through the sclera. This reduces the risk of choroidal hemorrhage and retinal incarceration.