Michael F. Merriman

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Acquired hyperopia with choroidal folds is an uncommon but well recognized condition that is often benign and classically shows flattening of the posterior pole of the affected eye, variable enlargement of the optic nerve complex, and a space between the optic nerve and its sheath. A case is presented that shows the perineural space is best seen on magnetic(More)
We present a large comparative series of trypan blue use in cataract surgery. This series of trypan blue used in all eyes regardless of cataract severity may be unique. We found an apparent increased rate of cystoid macular oedema (CMO) associated with trypan blue use. Melles et al's 1 report on the use of trypan blue in cataract extraction in 1999 combined(More)
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