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Pseudophakic CME remains a common cause of reduced vision after cataract surgery. A look at its causes and treatment.
Recognizing the distinctive features of each placoid disorder is critical for accurate and timely diagnosis and management.
This potentially visually devastating condition is most commonly associated with choroidal neovascularization due to AMD.
Clinicians face a complex algorithm when choosing an optimal anti-VEGF regimen. Here is what several recent studies found.
Reduction or maintenance of geographic atrophy lesion size in the retinal pigment epithelium has garnered increased attention.
The eye represents a unique target organ for gene therapy. Here’s a look at some of the current avenues of research.
Intravitreal therapy represents an exciting addition to traditional ablative techniques for this retinal vascular disorder.
Birdshot retinochoroidopathy requires early therapy to limit damage, preserve vision and induce long-term remission.
The widespread use of anti-VEGF intravitreal injections makes early detection and treatment of postop complications crucial.
The clinical features of automimmune retinopathy overlap with a number of other retinal degenerative disorders.
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