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Diabetes Eye Screening in Urban Settings Serving Minority Populations. Owsley et al.

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Age-Related Cataract in Men in the Selenium and Vitamin E Cancer Prevention Trial Eye Endpoints Study: A Randomized Clinical Trial. Christen et al.

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Trabeculectomy-Related Complications

This case series describes the incidence of vision-threatening complications following trabeculectomy and their association with use of periprocedural mitomycin.

Sustained IOP Elevation With Repeated Anti-VEGF Injections

This post-hoc analysis of a diabetic macular edema treatment trial reports a higher probability of elevated intraocular pressure in patients given repeated intravitreous injections of ranibizumab vs sham injection.

Risk Factors For Early Onset Neovascular AMD

This retrospective cohort study finds that genetic and environmental risk factors influence the age at onset of neovascular age-related macular degeneration.

Outcomes of an Inner-City Vision Outreach Program

This descriptive study characterizes the outcomes of an outreach ophthalmic care program held annually in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that provides pediatric vision screening and immediate treatment when needed.

Assessment of Online Patient Education Materials

This descriptive study of online patient education materials from ophthalmologic association websites determines whether the materials are written at a reading level recommended by the American Medical Association and National Institutes of Health.

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Interview with Felipe A. Medeiros, MD, PhD, author of Association Between Progressive Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Loss and Longitudinal Change in Quality of Life in Glaucoma

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Ex-PRESS Shunt for Uveal Effusion Syndrome (06:11)

Ex-PRESS shunt implantation was performed in 3 eyes of 2 patients with uveal effusion syndrome without nanophthalmos.


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Retinal Findings Leading to a Change in Diagnosis in a Newborn Child

At birth, a full-term newborn was noted to have numerous hypopigmented skin macules on the trunk, scalp, neck, face, back, and limbs after an uncomplicated pregnancy.

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Serum Lipids and Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy and Macular Edema in Persons With Long-term Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: The Wisconsin Epidemiologic Study of Diabetic Retinopathy

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Diabetes Eye Screening in Urban Settings Serving Minority Populations: Detection of Diabetic Retinopathy and Other Ocular Findings Using Telemedicine

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JAMA Ophthalmology is pleased to announce that it is now the official publication for the Ocular Microbiology and Immunology Group (OMIG).

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