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Eye-Preserving Treatment for Conjunctival Melanoma

This case report describes a patient with extensive conjunctival melanoma treated with eye-preserving interventions.

Novel Screening Method for Glaucomatous Eyes

Kim and colleagues evaluate the diagnostic ability of a novel screening modality, the crescent moon sign (defined as the discontinuity between the superior or inferior optic rim margin and the temporal optic rim margin) for the detection of glaucomatous eyes with myopic tilted discs.

Cerebrospinal Fluid in the Upper Eyelid

This case report illustrates a clinical approach to distinguishing collection of cerebrospinal fluid in the upper eyelid from eyelid abscess in patients with trauma and upper eyelid swelling.

The Spectrum of Ocular Phenotype With KIF11 Mutations

Robitaille et al describe the spectrum of ocular and systemic abnormalities caused by KIF11 mutations in a cohort of patients with familial exudative vitreoretinopathy or microcephaly and chorioretinopathy.

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Guedj and coauthors assess the occurrence and severity of uveitis as an adverse effect of vemurafenib therapy.

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