Reduced Cone Density in Multiple Sclerosis
Does multiple sclerosis contribute to the degeneration of the outer retinal layers? Dr. Drew Carey interviews Dr. Imre Lengyel on his recent Ophthalmology Science article, “Reduced Cone Density Is Associated with Multiple Sclerosis.” Reduced Cone Density Is Associated with Multiple Sclerosis. McIlwaine, Gemma et al. Ophthalmology Science, Volume 3, Issue 3, 100308 Sign up for the next Ophthalmology Journal Virtual Club on October 12, 2023, at https://store.aao.org/ophthalmology-virtual-journal-club.html Join us in San Francisco at AAO 2023 for a live recording of our podcast on Saturday November 4, 2023, at 3:30pm local time at the Showcase Theater, Booth #5302, in Moscone Center North. Our hosts will interview Dr. Todd Margolis on his recent editorial, Six Myths of the Anterior Segment: Misunderstandings and Critical Thinking in Ophthalmology. Use the Adjunct Event Search for ISC10 in the Mobile Meeting Guide for more information.