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(Eales disease)
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  • Diagnosis of Eales disease from a macular epiretinal membrane. [Journal Article]
    Arch Soc Esp Oftalmol 2019Sánchez-Vicente JL, Moruno-Rodríguez A, … López-Herrero F
  • Macular involvement is a common finding in patients with Eales disease. The purpose of this communication is to describe the diagnosis of Eales disease from the finding of a macular epiretinal membrane in a young patient. The case is presented of a 38-year-old man referred to this medical service unit with blurred vision developed over the past 3 months, and was associated with vitreoretinal trac…
  • Wide-field angiography for diagnosis and follow-up of Eales disease: a case series. [Letter]
    Arq Bras Oftalmol 2019; 82(4):339-344Cruzado-Sánchez D, Tellez WA, … Luján-Najar S
  • Wide-field angiography enables assessing peripheral areas with better quality and gives greater deep focus, which improves the image periphery. Some studies have proposed the usefulness of these angiographic systems in inflammatory diseases of the retina. However, few studies have evaluated this technique in Eales disease. We present a case series in which 5 eyes of 3 patients with Eales disease …
  • Progression of Eales' disease post-partum and long-term follow-up: a case report. [Case Reports]
    J Med Case Rep 2018; 12(1):310Ivanescu R, Ivanescu C, … Ivanescu A
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our case the systemic therapy was much less effective than the intravitreal sustained-release dexamethasone implant (Ozurdex®) for reducing recurrences and halting disease progression. We believe that recurrent and severe cases could benefit from this addition to the classic treatment armamentarium.
  • Eales disease in a young adult man Case report. [Case Reports]
    Rom J Ophthalmol 2017 Oct-Dec; 61(4):306-309Călugăru D, Călugăru M, El Ghali C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Eales disease is a clinical diagnosis of exclusion as many other retinal disorders can mimic it, especially conditions of retinal inflammation or neovascularization. The condition, with a characteristic clinical picture, fluorescein angiographic finding, and natural course, is considered a specific disease entity, easily distinguished from other vasculitides and retinopathies.
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