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June 2008

June 2008 coverpage

The Imaging Revolution
Autofluorescence and 3-D OCT are changing the way retina and glaucoma specialists treat their patients. (more)


June Mystery Image
Mystery Image
What do you see?


Destination Atlanta Part Two of Five
Registration opens June 25—book early to get your first choice of hotel and courses. Program preview. Map and guide to hotels. (more)

Ophthalmic Pearls

Medial Wall Fractures
The symptoms of isolated medial wall fractures can be subtle. How to make the diagnosis. Plus coverage of the different schools of thought on treatment. (more)

Morning Rounds

The Case of the Cardiac Patient With Cotton-Wool Spots
The patient was concerned about a sudden, painless loss of vision in the inferior field of his left eye. He said things looked gray and occluded. What’s your diagnosis? (more)


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