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This uncommon but potentially devastating eye infection needs to be diagnosed and managed promptly.
Despite shifts in treatment options, scleral buckle remains an excellent choice to treat rhegmatogenous retinal detachment.
Advanced imaging techniques may lead to timely diagnosis and more effective treatment of hydroxychloroquine-related toxicity.
Central serous chorioretinopathy afflicts working-age patients. While many can be observed, some will require intervention.
This therapeutic revolution has important implications for health policy, for physicians and most importantly, for patients.
On the anniversary of the consensus guidelines, a look at what evidence gathered over the decade has taught us.
How clinical electrophysiology can improve your diagnosis and management of posterior segment disease.
Pseudophakic CME remains a common cause of reduced vision after cataract surgery. A look at its causes and treatment.
Recognizing the distinctive features of each placoid disorder is critical for accurate and timely diagnosis and management.
This potentially visually devastating condition is most commonly associated with choroidal neovascularization due to AMD.
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