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Increase your knowledge of its epidemiology, treatment options, and more.
Medical Editors’ Page
By Allen C. Ho, MD, and Robert L. Avery, MD
Three health care lawyers provide tips for understanding employment contracts and their potential pitfalls.
By Christopher M. Aderman, MD; Ferhina Ali, MD, MPH; and Katherine Talcott, MD
Earlier seems to be better in terms of visual acuity improvement in DME.
By Michael A. Singer, MD
Careful attention to the patient’s history and persistent follow-up made for a positive result.
By Aditya Mehta, MD, and Yu Hyon Kim, MD
A cost comparison reveals that an older method of repairing retinal detachment may be the best option.
By Paul E. Tornambe, MD
A patient with a history of peripheral vascular disease may have been at increased risk for this complication.
By Ferdinand Rodriguez, MD; Joshua D. Levinson, MD; and Jordana G. Fein, MD, MS
Abnormality portends guarded prognosis for choroidal melanoma.
By Luis A. Acaba-Berrocal, BA; Vladislav P. Bekerman, BS; and Carol L. Shields, MD
By Karen Roman, Editor-in-Chief
A primer on the prevalence and epidemiology of uveitis.
By Eric L. Crowell, MD, MPH, and Ashvini K. Reddy, MD
Considerations for supplementing clinical examination of patients with multimodal, multispectral imaging.
By Sunil K. Srivastava, MD
Thanks to a plentiful number of choices available and in the pipeline, the future looks promising for patients with this condition.
By Andrea Arriola López, MD, MSc, and Thomas Albini, MD
Management of these complicated diseases differs between pediatric and adult patient populations.
By Lisa J. Faia, MD, and Kimberly A. Drenser, MD, PhD
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David R. Chow, MD, FRCS(C), is a vitreoretinal surgeon at the Toronto Retina Institute and an assistant professor at the University of Toronto.