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‘Pulsating bubbles’ in his peripheral vision and vision loss prompt a patient’s referral to Wills’ Neuro-ophthalmology and Retina Services.
A look at the damage dry eye causes and how reading tests might be good gauges of the disease’s clinical effects.
The embattled agency seeks to reinvent itself. Will budget cuts derail the effort before it gathers steam?
How models of disease, carried out in the clinic, can yield useful information about an ailment and treatments for it.
How living in an urban environment may foster an allergic response and the potential treatments waiting in the wings.
Some tried-and-true and some new treatment options for this chronic disease.
Natural therapies may have some benefit for patients, but it pays to be aware of what can go wrong, as well.
Patients with peripheral ulcerative keratitis need urgent attention—proper and timely intervention in many cases can save their lives.
The 20th anniversary of a landmark scientific discovery provides an opportunity to look into the future of ocular therapies.
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