Š Skorkovská

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Optic nerve head (ONH) examination using the Heidelberg Retina Tomograph II was carried out in a study group of 39 healthy persons aged 42-79 years. Refraction and keratometry were measured by means of the autorefractometer. The following topographic parameters of the ONH were tested: disc area, rim area and cup area, cup/disc ratio, rim/disc ratio, rim(More)
Recently discovered intrinsically photosensitive melanopsin-containing retinal ganglion cells contribute to circadian photoentrainment and pupillary constriction; recent works have also brought new evidence for their accessory role in the visual system in humans. Pupil light reaction driven by individual photoreceptors can be isolated by means of the so(More)
In the prospective study of 56 patients with cataract (67 eyes) the authors compared axial length biometry) regarding to postoperative refraction of the eyes. Dioptric power of the intraocular lens (IOL) was determined by SRK II. formula. The difference between predicted and actual postoperative refraction in the spherical equivalent were compared 3 months(More)
The success of cataract surgery in terms of the postoperative refractive result depends on the calculation of optimal intraocular lens (IOL) power. The accuracy of preoperative measurements (keratometry, biometry) is of a great importance due to the increasing patients' demands on final refractive results. The purpose of this study was to compare the(More)
BACKGROUND We present the case of small-cell lung carcinoma metastatic to the iris, the course of the disease and management options. CASE A 69-year-old female was diagnosed with a solid, amelanotic iris mass in her left eye. Differential diagnostics and ancillary tests subsequently led to the diagnosis of disseminated small-cell lung carcinoma. Systemic(More)
The purpose of this prospective longitudinal study was to investigate early defects in functional integrity of neural retina in 2. type diabetic patients without or with mild diabetic retinopathy (DR) since there is an evidence of early functional changes in neural retina before occurrence of clinical manifestation of DR. Psychophysical test of contrast(More)
The authors investigated changes of the intraocular pressure after non-complicated phacoemulsification with implantation of an intraocular lens of different types (OMMA, silicone, Acrysof) in 40 patients. From the results it is obvious that in some patients already 4 hours after surgery the intraocular pressure rises to an average of 31 +/- 17 mm Hg. The(More)
The authors describe the case of vitelliform macular degeneration of a mother and daughter whom they followed up using different examination methods incl. electrophysiological ones and fluorescent angiography. During the observation subjective deterioration of vision occurred in the daughter which was due to transformation of the typical picture of egg yolk(More)
The authors examined in a group of patients with cataract the visual acuity on Snellen's optotypes and contrast sensitivity using Pelli-Robson's test before cataract surgery and after cataract extraction and implantation of an intraocular lens. A VF-7 questionnaire was used for subjective evaluation of the result of surgery. The values of contrast(More)
The authors tested preoperatively and postoperatively for binocularity in a series of 29 adults who underwent surgery for long-standing concomitant strabismus. The authors used Bagolini lenses, troposcope and Worth's lights as the tests for binocularity. The patients in whom the postoperative deviation was greater than 10 prism diopters from orthotropia(More)