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Multimodal imaging findings in endogenous Aspergillus endophthalmitis.
Area of peripheral retinal nonperfusion and treatment response in branch and central retinal vein occlusion.
To evaluate the extent of peripheral retinal nonperfusion in retinal vein occlusion and to determine its effect on the severity of macular edema and response to treatment. This prospective clinic-based cohort study included 32 consecutive patients with retinal vein occlusion and refractory macular e...
A new adjustable macular buckle designed for highly myopic eyes.
Use of lutein and zeaxanthin alone or combined with Brilliant Blue to identify intraocular structures intraoperatively.
Contact between lutein and zeaxanthin and the retinal, lens, and vitreous surface resulted in orange and greenish staining of the intraocular membranes, which facilitated surgical steps in all eyes. Lutein and zeaxanthin alone was useful for vitreous identification and lutein and zeaxanthin combined...
High-resolution fourier-domain optical coherence tomography findings in subretinal cysticercosis.
Diagnostic and therapeutic challenges.
Proportional reflux hydrodissection.
Effect of intraarterial chemotherapy on retinoblastoma-induced retinal detachment.
Of 15 patients with retinoblastoma-induced retinal detachment managed with IAC, 7 (47%) presented with total retinal detachment and 8 (53%) with partial detachment. The eyes were classified as International Classification of Retinoblastoma group C (n = 2, 13%), group D (n = 4, 27%), and group E (n =...
Familial trends in a population with macular holes.
: Six of 166 (3.6%) macular hole patients surveyed reported a history of macular hole in a primary relative compared with none of 136 (0.0%) control patients (odds ratio is infinity, with 95% confidence interval 1.295 to infinity); however, this finding may be explained by confounders such as age and...
Ultra-wide-field angiography improves the detection and classification of diabetic retinopathy.
: Ultra-wide-field fluorescein angiograms imaging, on average, demonstrated 3.2 times more total retinal surface area than 7SF. When compared with 7SF, ultra-wide-field fluorescein angiography showed 3.9 times more nonperfusion (P < 0.001), 1.9 times more neovascularization (P = 0.036), and 3.8 times...