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    Up Front

    Medical Editors' Page

    Back to the OR

    Let’s face it, surgeons are surgeons. Ophthalmologists are trained as surgeons, and, whether they gravitate toward the anterior or posterior segment after their residency…

    Retina News

    Phase 2 Study Highlights Efficacy and Safety Data of Complement Inhibitor for Geographic Atrophy Patients treated with the complement inhibitor pegcetacoplan (APL-2, Apellis Pha…

    VISUALLY SPEAKING

    As the Worm Turns

    A 19-year-old man presented with vision loss in his left eye that had begun several months earlier. His ocular and medical history was unremarkable. VA was 20/20 OD and count f…

     

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