- Penny A Asbell, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
- Andrew Dick, University of Bristol
- Irene Gottlob, University Hospitals of Leicester, Leicester University
- Hemant Khanna, University of Massachusetts Medical School
- Alice Murray, BioMed Central
A retrospective analysis of 309 patients provides an insight into cerebral visual impairment, highlighting genetic causes such as Mowat-Wilson and Pitt Hopkins syndrome as well as showing that acquired causes, such as strabismus, are more commonly observed.
Adjusted colour probability codes for a Korean population show discrepancy with original codes, implying that specific tests for each ethnicity might be needed when determining retinal nerve fiber layer thickness.
A report describes a rare case of a 58 year old woman with subconjunctival juvenile xanthogranuloma without limbal involvement, treated by simple excision without reoccurrence.
Elderly individuals with age-related macular degeneration and related vision loss are found to experience greater fear of falling compared to glaucoma suspect controls of a similar age.
BMC Ophthalmology 2014, 14:86
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