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A-Basterra et al (see page 891)

Eyes affected by nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy and their contralateral unaffected eyes show thinner peripapillary choroidal thickness than healthy eyes. A thin peripapillary choroid may be added to the features of this disease.

Yokouchi et al (see page 897)

The higher serum VEGF level might be associated with the development of optic disc oedema in patients with POEMS syndrome.

Parulekar et al (see page 902)

Evidence indicates that there is no value in pre-treatment testing of infantile haemangioma with oral propranolol.

Farioli et al (see page 907)

Obesity and high blood pressure levels during late adolescence are associated with an increased risk of rhegmatogenous retinal detachment among non-myopic males aged between 22 and 59 years.

Apte et al (see page 914)

A systematic Review of Wet AMD treatment regimens, suggesting that the treat and extend regimen is superior to an as …

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