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Mehta et al (see page 307)

In a retrospective study of 128 eyes with Fuchs endlthelial dystrophy or bulllous keratopathy, visual improvement after Descemet stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty took longer in eyes with bullous keratopathy compared to Fuchs dystrophy; and poor preoperative visual acuity was associated with an inferior visual outcome.

Chodosh et al (see page 312)

The authors showed an increased number of cases and a decreased mean age at presentation for herpes zoster ophthalmicus in patients presenting to the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary from 2007 through 2013.

Dua et al (see page 315)

Corneal vascularisation is diverse in etiology, pathology and presentation. It ranges from active young vessels to ghost vessels; follows iatrogenic tissue planes, reflecting the level of pathology and varying in severity. Different treatment strategies are required for different vessels.

Sharma et al (see page 323)

Auro-keratoprosthesis is a low cost keratoprosthesis that was observed to have a 90 percent retention rate after a mean follow up of 14.5 months. 60% of patients developed a retro-prosthetic membrane.

Wagoner et al (see page …

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