EyeNet Magazine

Correction: The Pediatric Ophthalmology Subspecialty Day takes place on Saturday, not Friday as was mistakenly reported in the print edition of EyeNet.

Small-Gauge Vitrectomy

Sutureless vitrectomy has been embraced by many retina specialists. Is instrumentation keeping pace, and how small is too small? (more)

Hit the play button below for a video of J. Fernando Arevalo, MD, performing a 23-gauge vitrectomy on a patient who presented with proliferative diabetic retinopathy.

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Morning Rounds

The Patient Who Avoided Systemic Treatment

The patient’s problems included blurred vision, floaters, periphlebitis and intraretinal hemorrhages. She was started on topical steroids and referred to us. What's your diagnosis? (more)

Ophthalmic Pearls

Diagnosis and Management of Conjunctival Melanoma

Although rare, conjunctival melanoma is potentially fatal. Review these quick tips for spotting and stopping this cancer before it metastasizes. (more)


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