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Dear Editor, We thank the authors of this letter to the editor for the valuable information that they provided. We are familiar to the fact that conservative management is gaining ground against surgi...
Editor-in-Chief P. Scott Carney introduces the Journal's newest Topical Editor, Jinli Suo.
Author's response to comments from Dr Lexchin's Letter to the Editor regarding our article.
Epiretinal membranes (ERM) are cellular membranes on the surface of the retina that result in distortion of the vision (metamorphopsia), and decreased best-corrected visual acuity. They ar...
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