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Original Investigation | August 18, 2016 ONLINE FIRST  audio icon

Interventions to Improve Trabeculectomy Surgery Follow-up in Rural China

This randomized clinical trial compares the effects of text message reminders and free eye medications vs usual care on frequency of postoperative follow-up after trabeculectomy in rural southern China.

Original Investigation | August 11, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Butyrophilin-Like 2 Gene Expression in Uveal Melanoma

This molecular pathology study compares expression and variant allele frequencies of butyrophilin-like 2, an immune regulator gene, in patients with uveal melanoma vs healthy controls.
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Original Investigation | August 4, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Estimating Retinal Blood Flow Velocities by Optical Coherence Tomography

This cross-sectional study compares estimates of retinal blood flow velocity measured using structural OCT vs video fluorescein angiography.

Original Investigation | July 28, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Vision Impairment, Mobility, and Independence in Singapore Chinese

This survey study assesses associations of vision impairment and major eye diseases with mobility and independence in a Chinese population.
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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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Interview with Nathan Congdon, MD, MPH, author of Interventions to Promote Follow-up After Trabeculectomy Surgery in Rural Southern China: A Randomized Clinical Trial

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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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A Special Case of Horner Syndrome

A man aged 51 years presented with signs of Horner syndrome accompanying left-sided hemibody paresthesia, dysphasia, and ataxia.

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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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