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A woman with a history of breast cancer presents with a mass in the right orbit accompanied by progressive proptosis, tearing, and worsening vision, but has experienced no pain or diplopia. What would you do next?
Key PointsQuestionDo patients with acute yellow fever infection present with positive ocular findings?
FindingsIn this case series, 2 patients with acute yellow fever virus infection presented with bilateral increased choroidal thickness on ocular ultrasonography. One patient, who died after...
Key PointsQuestionDoes epiretinal membrane peeling result in resolution of diplopia in patients who have preoperative diplopia and/or new-onset diplopia in patients who do not?
FindingsIn this cohort study, 33% of patients with central-peripheral rivalry–type diplopia before epiretinal membrane...
Key PointsQuestionWhat is the association of age-related macular degeneration with mortality outcomes among older adults?
FindingsIn this cohort study of 5603 participants 40 years or older, only late age-related macular degeneration was associated with more than a doubling of all-cause...
This Viewpoint argues that, in contrast with previously held findings, angioid streaks are not associated with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome.
This case series study assesses the preoperative and postoperative findings of recipients of an electronic retinal prosthesis using optical coherence tomography.
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