A P Schachat

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A 45-year-old man with extensive myelinated retinal nerve fibers had an attack of anterior ischemic optic neuropathy. Serial fundus photographs documented the loss of myelin. Visual acuity in the affected eye decreased to 6/90 (20/300) and color perception was markedly reduced. The visual fields in the affected eye showed dense superior and inferior arcuate(More)
Visualization of the vitreous during a closed anterior vitrectomy is difficult. We have recently begun to use an irrigating endo-illuminator in conjunction with the Ocutome to better visualize the clear vitreous during an anterior vitrectomy, and have used it in four different situations. We believe this technique is well suited to the general(More)
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