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Quantifying frequency content in cross-sectional retinal scans of diabetics vs controls

29 August 21 |Clinical Article Summary

Approximately 28 million diabetic patients across the globe are thought to have vision-threatening retinopathy. A new study published in PLoS One, takes a closer look at how combining artificial intelligence through the use of feature-based markers and human intervention, may help detect retinal changes earlier, resulting in better outcomes for the patient.



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Mathematics and Medicine are inexorably linked. In this feature, we unpack the complex and often startling data that impacts the world of medicine.
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Coronavirus Disease 2019 as a Possible Cause of Severe Orbital Cellulitis


2 September 2021 | Patient Case Study Review

This patient case study published in the Journal of Craniofacial Surgery is the first reported case of this complication from CORONA-19.




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Preservation of vision after CaMKII-mediated protection of retinal ganglion cells


2 September 2021|Clinical Study Summary

Neuroprotective therapies would significantly change the outcomes for glaucoma patients, ultimately sustaining and preserving vision for longer. A new study published in Cell concludes that CaMKII-mediated protection of retinal ganglion cells may hold the answer

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Treatment choices for diabetic macular oedema: a guideline for when to consider an intravitreal corticosteroid, including adaptations for the COVID-19 era?

2 September 2021| Clinical Article Summary






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