Surgical removal vs observation for subfoveal choroidal neovascularization, either associated with the ocular histoplasmosis syndrome or idiopathic: I. Ophthalmic findings from a randomized clinical trial: Submacular Surgery Trials (SST) Group H Trial: SST Report No. 9.

@article{Hawkins2004SurgicalRV,
  title={Surgical removal vs observation for subfoveal choroidal neovascularization, either associated with the ocular histoplasmosis syndrome or idiopathic: I. Ophthalmic findings from a randomized clinical trial: Submacular Surgery Trials (SST) Group H Trial: SST Report No. 9.},
  author={Barbara S. Hawkins and Neil M. Bressler and Susan B. Bressler and Frederick H. Davidorf and J. C. Hoskins and Marta J. Marsh and P{\"a}ivi H. Miskala and Maryann Redford and Paul Sternberg and Matthew Anthony Thomas and Cynthia A. Toth},
  journal={Archives of ophthalmology},
  year={2004},
  volume={122 11},
  pages={
          1597-611
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To present visual acuity findings and related outcomes from eyes of patients enrolled in a randomized trial conducted by the Submacular Surgery Trials (SST) Research Group (SST Group H Trial) to compare surgical removal vs observation of subfoveal choroidal neovascular lesions that were either idiopathic or associated with ocular histoplasmosis. METHODS Eligible patients 18 years or older had subfoveal choroidal neovascularization (new or recurrent) that included a classic component… CONTINUE READING
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