Comment on the Paper by Esen et al. Entitled "Evaluation of Choroidal Vascular Changes in Patients with Multiple Scleros...
Our study did not support a superiority of ACEIs/ARBs and CCBs over β-blockers for lowering the progression of diabetic retinopathy.
Ranibizumab appears to have a place in the treatment of PDR.
Type 1 diabetic patients without clinically diagnosed DR had neurodegeneration in the inner retinal layers compared with healthy controls.
Vitrectomy was effective for treating ocular complications both in granulomatous uveitis and nongranulomatous uveitis, with favorable outcomes of improved visual acuity and decreased uveitis activity.
Crosshair scans detect relevant collections of retinal fluid accurately and may be sufficient in daily clinical practice.
Backreflection integrity on preoperative SD OCT seems to be helpful in predicting the postoperative visual outcome in macula-off RRD patients.
Retinal angiography using fluorescein and indocyanine green dyes has no significant effect on OCT measurements.
These results support the hypothesis that the follow-up system improves the repeatability either in healthy subjects or in diabetic patients with poor fixation. The wider improvement in repeatability in diabetic patients in the follow-up system group compared to the no follow-up system group are probably related to poor patient fixation or eye move...
Unoprostone 0.15% was safe for use in patients with mild to moderate asthma, without affecting the response to bronchodilator therapy.