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Allergic conjunctivitis: a comprehensive review of the literature
The purpose of this review is to systematically review literature underlining all the forms classified as ocular allergy: seasonal allergy conjunctivitis, perennial allergic conjunctvitis, vernal keratoconjunctivoitis, atopic keratocongiuntivitas, contact allergy, and giant papillary conjunctIVitis.
Consensus conference on the stapled transanal rectal resection (STARR) for disordered defaecation
An international working party was convened in Rome, Italy on 16–17 June, 2005, with the purpose of developing a consensus on the application of the circular stapling instrument to the treatment of
Posture changes and subfoveal choroidal blood flow.
Based on previously reported experimental data that indicate that the ocular perfusion pressure increases less than predicted by purely hydrostatic considerations when the body is tilted from the standing to the supine position, the observed increase in ChBF suggests a passive response of the choroidal circulation to the posture change.
Stapled haemorrhoidopexy: a consensus position paper by an international working party – indications, contra‐indications and technique
An international working party with experience in the performance of an alternative haemorrhoid operation through the use of the circular stapler was convened for the purpose of developing a
Intraocular pressure and central corneal thickness in premature and full-term newborns.
Five-year follow-up of secondary iris-claw intraocular lens implantation for the treatment of aphakia: Anterior chamber versus retropupillary implantation
Five-year follow-up shows that secondary implantation of aphakic IOLs is effective and safe for the correction treatment of aphakia in eyes without capsule support.
miRNA profiling in vitreous humor, vitreal exosomes and serum from uveal melanoma patients: Pathological and diagnostic implications
The possibility to detect in VH and serum of UM patients “diagnostic” miRNAs released by the affected eye is suggested: based on this, miR-146a could be considered a potential circulating marker of UM.