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New RAB28 Mutations in Cone-Rod Dystrophy

This molecular genetic analysis of families related to 2 probands with cone rod dystrophy in Spain characterizes RAB28 mutations resulting in the phenotype.

Endothelial Circles After Nd:YAG Posterior Capsulotomy

This case series characterizes endothelial damage in 2 patients who underwent Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy.

Severity, Incidence, and Progression of Age-Related Macular Degeneration

This cohort study reports associations between severity of age-related macular degeneration in 1 eye and incidence, progression, and regression in the other.

Measurement Precision in the Swedish Interactive Thresholding Algorithm

This cohort study compares the precision of two visual field testing algorithms for detecting visual field change in patients with glaucoma and simulates differences in median time to detection of change.

Factors Associated With Corneal Graft Survival

This follow-up of participants in a clinical trial comparing donor age of corneal transplants reports that most penetrating corneal grafts for Fuchs dystrophy or corneal edema remain clear at 10 years, but risk for failure is greater for patients with corneal edema or a history of glaucoma.

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Excisional Biopsy of Pigmented Conjunctival Lesion (02:02)

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Bilateral Neuroretinitis and Retinal Hemorrhages in an Immunocompetent Patient

A previously healthy woman in her early 20s presented with bilateral decreased vision of 2 weeks' duration in the left eye and 5 days' duration in the right eye.

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Factors Associated With Corneal Graft Survival in the Cornea Donor Study

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The Effect of Amblyopia on Visual-Auditory Speech Perception: Why Mothers May Say “Look At Me When I’m Talking To You”

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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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