Extended Follow-up of Treated and Untreated Retinopathy in Incontinentia Pigmenti: Analysis of Peripheral Vascular Changes and Incidence of Retinal Detachment.

@article{Chen2015ExtendedFO,
  title={Extended Follow-up of Treated and Untreated Retinopathy in Incontinentia Pigmenti: Analysis of Peripheral Vascular Changes and Incidence of Retinal Detachment.},
  author={Connie June Chen and Ian C. Han and Jianrong Tian and Beatriz E. Mu{\~n}oz and Morton Goldberg},
  journal={JAMA ophthalmology},
  year={2015},
  volume={133 5},
  pages={542-8}
}
IMPORTANCE Extended follow-up of treated and untreated retinopathy in incontinentia pigmenti (IP) has not previously been documented, to our knowledge. OBJECTIVE To determine which eyes with IP are at risk for retinal detachment. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS Observational cohort study of patients with IP who were retrospectively identified at a tertiary care academic center between 1976 and 2013. Fifty eyes of 25 female participants meeting clinical criteria for IP were followed up for… CONTINUE READING