- Penny A Asbell, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
- Roy Chuck, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
- Alastair Denniston, University of Birmingham
- Irene Gottlob, University Hospitals of Leicester, Leicester University
- Hemant Khanna, University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Luca M Rossetti, Clinica Oculistica, Università di Milano
- Javier Zarranz-Ventura, Hospital Clinic Barcelona
- Anna Clark, BioMedCentral
Those living with glaucoma employ a range of practical and behavioral changes in order to cope with their sight loss and maintain independence
Ruptured retinal arterial macroaneurysms can be clearly visualised using Doppler optical coherence tomography angiography, suggesting that it could be a non-invasive complementary procedure for existing imaging techniques
Improved visual outcomes one year following small-incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) refractive surgery do not differ between high-myopia and moderate-myopia, suggesting that SMILE is effective and safe for correcting high myopia, as well as moderate myopia.
BMC Ophthalmology 2015, 15:168
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