This CME credit-bearing case from Jennifer Jung, MD, and Rebecca Mets-Halgrimson, MD, MPH, considers a 5-month-old girl referred for evaluation of bilateral iris abnormalities and nystagmus.
Dr. Jeffrey Heier discusses promising early clinical results with an adeno-associated virus designed to transfect retinal cells to continuously inhibit VEGF. In addition to anatomic and visual improvement, gene therapy demonstrated an impressive potential to reduce the treatment burden for wet AMD patients.
The September issue of Focal Points reviews diagnosis and management of atypical optic neuritis. This issue is included in your Focal Points subscription or can be purchased as an individual issue in the Academy Store.
This week's challenge considers a patient with thyroid eye disease and diplopia from a right hypotropia. Orbital decompression is planned in 2 months. How should strabismus be managed?
Dr. Dilsher Dhoot discusses promising results from his retrospective study evaluating the benefit of an intravitreal injection of expansile perfluoropropane (C3F8) for vitreomacular traction.
Motivated to find a cure for presbyopia, Dr. Daniel B. Goldberg created a computer-animated model of the mechanism of accommodation, offering new insight on zonular architecture.