Fishing-related ocular trauma in the Pacific Northwest: hook, line and sinker
International Ophthalmology, 06/21/2012
Moore DB et al. – The authors report a series of four cases of fishing–related ocular trauma from the Pacific Northwest demonstrating the varied presentation and visual consequences of these injuries, including open and closed globe injuries, retained foreign bodies and retinal and subretinal hemorrhage. More efforts are needed to increase awareness and use of preventative measures.