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MS Patients Much More Likely to Have Uveitis, According to Review
An association is logical: nerve and eye tissue develop from the same cells.
Understanding the cytokine’s role may be valuable in diagnosis and treatment.
In most eyes, the mask reduced or resolved cysts in the OCT subfield.
A 12-tube polymerase chain reaction strip can detect 24 ocular pathogens.
Annual rate of ocular inflammatory flares fell from 200 to 49 per 100 patients.
Researchers find gap in antioxidant enzymes between AMD patients and controls.
Whether injected monthly or according to a TREX regimen, ranibizumab did not have a statistically significant effect on the development of new macular atrophy in eyes with neovascular AMD.
The FDA’s decision follows the EU’s decision last month to similarly expand the scope of the drug’s approval to include more specific causes of vision loss and blindness.
At the one-month follow-up exam, only 7% were functional non-responders, half of whom were reclassified as responders at 6-month follow-up.

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