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The cover illustration is a drawing of the anatomy of the eye according to Galen. This is shown in the article by DeLaey on the eye of Vesalius in this issue of Acta.

Retina

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

The late Yasuo Tano et al. in Japan found that visual acuity could be maintained with ranibizumab given as needed following induction in patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration.

Stergiou et al. in Greece report regression of diabetic retinal neovascularization following a single intravitreal injection of bevacizumab.

El-Asrar et al. in Saudi Arabia and Belgium found endothelial progenitor cells and monocytes in diabetic epiretinal membranes and suggest they contribute to neovascularization.

Optical coherence tomography

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Patel et al. in London found good repeatability of retinal thickness using Stratus Optical coherence tomography in patients with age-related macular degeneration.

Schütze et al. in Vienna report that spectral domain optical coherence tomography has substantial limitations in evaluating geographic atrophy.

Oncology

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Østergaard et al. in Denmark review oncocytic lesions in Denmark over 25 years found caruncular oncocytomas to be the most common in the group.

Dennaoui et al. in the Netherlands report that trans-scleral thermotherapy for intraocular uveal melanoma influences immunological parameters and attracts macrophages.

Ocular response analyzer

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Robert et al. in France use the ocular response analyzer to measure corneal hysteresis and find that the device provides reproducible information on viscoelastic properties of the cornea whereas intraocular pressure measurements were less reliable.

Cataracts

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Weingessel et al. in Vienna asked patients about their tolerance for waiting for cataract surgery. Higher education was associated with greater patience whereas patients who had noticed visual impairment themselves were less patient.

Mylonas et al. in Vienna found Lenstar, IOL Master and Visante-OCT to provide excellent biometry in cataract patients.

Cornea

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Bucht et al. in Sweden produced simulation software of corneal endothelium. This is a step towards fully automatic analysis of corneal endothelial cell morphometry.

Kovács in Budapest used the Pentacam scheimpflug camera to evaluate posterior corneal elevation in kertaoconus.

Retina

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Romo et al. in Australia suggest that transforming growth factor β and fibroblast growth factor inhibit endothelial proliferation and migration and may take part in maintaining the avascular foveal zone.

Skaat et al. in Israel found that the electroretinogram a-wave improved with intravitreal bevacizumab injections in patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration and no toxicity was noted.

Lima et al. in USA confirmed retinal thickening in patients with hypotony without clinical maculopathy.

Uveitis

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Bijlsma et al. in the Netherlands recommend combination of prednisone and azathioprine for orbital xanthogranuloma.

Misiuk-Hojo et al. in Poland found elevated levels of anti-endotoxin antibodies in patients with acute anterior uveitis suggest an etiological role.

Letters to the editor

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Kessel in Denmark predicts an ever increasing need for cataract surgeries and wonders whether this need can be met.

Lee et al. in Korea report a rapidly growing choroidal melanoma during pregnancy.

Liu et al. in Taiwan report a choroidal neovascularization membrane that regressed after vitrectomy.

Lee et al. in Korea suggest that intravitreal bevacizumab may be a better treatment for chronic central serous chorioretinopathy than photodynamic therapy.

Remitz et al. in Helsinki use tacrolimus ointment for atopic blepharoconjunctivitis and report that it does not raise intraocular pressure.

Panagiotopoulos and Sönne in Örebro report a case of chronic granulomatous disease and unilateral keratitis.

Fujinami et al. in Japan report on genetics in Stargardt disease.

Erratum

  1. Top of page
  2. Review article
  3. Retina
  4. Optical coherence tomography
  5. Exfoliation syndrome
  6. Growth factors
  7. Genetics
  8. Oncology
  9. Glaucoma
  10. Contrast sensitivity
  11. HIV retinopathy
  12. Cornea
  13. Historical article
  14. Interview with Per Söderberg
  15. ELECTRONIC PUBLICATIONS
  16. Perimetry
  17. Ocular response analyzer
  18. Cataracts
  19. Cornea
  20. Amblyopia
  21. Retina
  22. Uveitis
  23. Letters to the editor
  24. Erratum

Johannesson et al. make a correction to a previously published article in Acta Ophthalmologica.

The authors may have noticed that the font of this segment of Acta has been enlarged for the benefit of presbyopic and ageing readers of Acta.

We hope this will add even more clarity to the content.

Einar Stefánsson