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Early onset macular drusen and C3 glomerulopathy (formerly type II membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis-associated drusen): 32-year-old female who was noted to have macular changes in the absence of visual changes on a routine exam by an optometrist.

Uveitis Glaucoma Hyphema (UGH) Syndrome: 54 year-old-man was referred for elevated intraocular pressure (IOP) and decreased vision in the left eye (OS).

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MIGS: Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery: As an alternative to traditional glaucoma treatments, minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) has shown promise for the future management of glaucoma.

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Bilateral Cranial Nerve VI Palsies Secondary to Arachnoid Cyst: 4-year-old boy was admitted for failure to thrive, worsening anorexia, and vomiting. Ophthalmology was consulted for evaluation of abnormal eye alignment.

Khodadoust Line (Corneal Endothelial Rejection): 56-year-old female status post full-thickness corneal transplant presented to our clinic with signs of endothelial cell rejection.

Nocardia farcinica keratitis in a contact lens wearer: 43-year-old woman with poor contact lens hygiene presented with two weeks of redness, pain, photophobia, and decreased vision of the right eye (OD).

Transiridal Ozurdex Complication: Patient was followed for pars planitis in both eyes. Despite treatment with mycophenolate mofetil, she had persistent inflammation and worsening cystoid macular edema. As a temporizing measure in anticipation of cryotherapy treatment, dexamethasone intravitreal implant (Ozurdex®) was placed in the right eye.

Uveal Effusion Syndrome: Uveal effusion syndrome is a rare entity involving the idiopathic collection of serous fluid in the suprachoroidal space.


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