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Optic Disc Melanocytoma: Imaging With OCTA

Sean P. Considine, BA; J. Antonio Lucio-Alvarez, MD; and Carol L. Shields, MD

January/February 2018—A case demonstrates how imaging can be used to verify a suspected diagnosis and monitor related vascular features.

BRAO Caused by IOFB

Manish Nagpal, MS, DO, FRCS(EDIN), and Rakesh Juneja, MS

January/February 2018—A 34-year-old man presented with complaints of sudden onset pain and diminished vision in his right eye after sustaining trauma caused by a machine at work. The patient’…

Uveitis in Ebola Virus Disease

Steven Yeh, MD, and Jessica Shantha, MD

January/February 2018—Lessons learned in the 2014-2016 West African outbreak.

Can’t Hear, Can’t Think, Can’t See. What Can This Be?

Lacie R. Hale, OD; Michael D. Weaver, MS; Ramesh R. Shah, MD, FICS; and Heeral R. Shah, MD; edited by Jordana G. Fein, MD

January/February 2018—A patient’s signs and symptoms point to a particular diagnosis, but her financial status delayed her seeking care.

Managing Circumscribed Choroidal Hemangioma

Alex Altman, BS; Kunal Malik, BA; and Carol L. Shields, MD

November/December 2017—The case of a patient with a benign vascular tumor that did not respond to PDT but that was ultimately controlled with low-dose plaque radiotherapy.

Improving an Imperfect View

Thomas R. Friberg, MD

November/December 2017—The role of adaptive optics in monitoring retinal disease.

Oculodermal Melanocytosis: Not to Be Overlooked

Luis A. Acaba-Berrocal, BA; Vladislav P. Bekerman, BS; and Carol L. Shields, MD

October 2017—Abnormality portends guarded prognosis for choroidal melanoma.

In the Dark About Uveitis?

Karen Roman, Editor-in-Chief

October 2017—It can affect one or both eyes, can occur at any age, can be chronic or last for a short period of time, can be infectious or noninfectious, can occur throughout the eye. It p…


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