Clinical course of macular holes: the Eye Disease Case-Control Study.

@article{Chew1999ClinicalCO,
  title={Clinical course of macular holes: the Eye Disease Case-Control Study.},
  author={Emily Y. Chew and Robert D. Sperduto and R. B. Hiller and L Nowroozi and D. R. Seigel and Lawrence Yanuzzi and Thomas C. Burton and Johanna M. Seddon and Evangelos S. Gragoudas and Julia A. Haller and Norman Paul Blair and Marilyn D Farber},
  journal={Archives of ophthalmology},
  year={1999},
  volume={117 2},
  pages={242-6}
}
OBJECTIVE To describe the clinical course of affected and unaffected eyes in patients with idiopathic macular holes. PATIENTS Prospective study of patients with macular holes enrolled in the Eye Disease Case-Control Study. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES The best-corrected visual acuity at follow-up was compared with that at baseline. Changes in the macular holes, including increases in size or spontaneous regression, were assessed. The rates of development of new macular holes in fellow unaffected… CONTINUE READING
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