L M Uniat

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Fifty-three eyes of 31 patients over age 50 with macular disease were reviewed. Clinical appearance of the macula was of two types: a yellow slightly elevated lesion (29 eyes) and a pigmented flat lesion with surrounding atrophy (24 eyes). Drusen were found in 60% of affected eyes. No familial tendencies were documented. A reduced electro-oculogram (EOG)(More)
A 78-year-old woman underwent recession-resection surgery for longstanding exotropia. A scleral perforation occurred at the time of surgery and was treated with transscleral retinocryopexy. Three days after surgery the patient experienced light perception vision, pain, and hypopyon. She underwent a trans pars plana vitrectomy with intravitreal and(More)
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