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Original Investigation | July 21, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Validity of the Age-Related Eye Disease Study Grading Scale

This study evaluates the validity of the Age-Related Eye Disease Study (AREDS) detailed and simple age-related macular disease (AMD) severity scales by comparing rates of development of late AMD between AREDS and AREDS2 participants.
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Original Investigation | July 14, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Trends in Diversity in the Ophthalmologist Workforce

This study uses AAMC, AMA, and US Census data to investigate trends in diversity among ophthalmologists by sex, race, and ethnicity relative to the number of medical students in the United States.

Brief Report | July 7, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Patient-Important Outcomes in Registered Trials of Glaucoma Surgical Devices

This study describes the proportion of glaucoma surgical device trials registered on ClinicalTrials.gov that incorporate patient-centric outcomes, such as adverse events, visual acuity, and health-related quality of life.

Original Investigation | June 30, 2016 FREE ONLINE FIRST

In Vivo Confocal Microscopy in Small-Fiber Neuropathy Assessment

This cross-sectional study evaluates the use of in vivo confocal microscopy to monitor patients with familial amyloid polyneuropathy through measurement of corneal nerve fiber length.
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Original Investigation | June 23, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Effect of Pilocarpine on the Schlemm Canal

This cross-sectional study compares the effect of pilocarpine on the structure of the Schlemm canal in vivo in healthy eyes vs eyes with glaucoma.
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Interview with Rajendra S. Apte, MD, PhD, author of Physician-Industry Interactions and Anti–Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Use Among US Ophthalmologists

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Extraocular Movements (1:07)

After the patient was asked to voluntarily adduct the right eye, the patient noted persistent esotropia, lasting approximately 45 seconds, before spontaneous relaxation of the right medial rectus muscle.


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An Iris Tumor

A woman in her 50s with an unremarkable medical history noticed a gradually enlarging, white-brown, circular lesion on her right iris over the past several years but denied visual changes. Slitlamp examination of the anterior segment showed a 2 mm × 2 mm circular iris lesion at the inferotemporal border of the iris with a fluid-debris level.

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Prescription Drug Coverage Enrollment in Beneficiaries With Glaucoma

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Treatment Effect and Corneal Light Scattering With 2 Corneal Cross-linking Protocols

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Effects of Azithromycin on Gene Expression Profiles of Proinflammatory and Anti-inflammatory Mediators in the Eyelid Margin and Conjunctiva of Patients With Meibomian Gland Disease

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