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Effects of Exercise on Intraocular Pressure and Ocular Blood Flow: A Review
Glaucoma is a disease characterized by progressive optic neuropathy resulting in retinal ganglion cell death, which affects approximately 68 million people worldwide. Risk factors include intraocularExpand
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Dysfunctional regulation of ocular blood flow: A risk factor for glaucoma?
Primary open angle glaucoma (OAG) is a multifactorial optic neuropathy characterized by progressive retinal ganglion cell death and associated visual field loss. OAG is an emerging disease withExpand
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Use of colour Doppler imaging in ocular blood flow research
The main objective of this report is to encourage consistent quality of testing and reporting within and between centres that use colour Doppler imaging (CDI) for assessment of retrobulbar bloodExpand
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Intraocular pressure, blood pressure, and retinal blood flow autoregulation: a mathematical model to clarify their relationship and clinical relevance.
PURPOSE This study investigates the relationship between intraocular pressure (IOP) and retinal hemodynamics and predicts how arterial blood pressure (BP) and blood flow autoregulation (AR) influenceExpand
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Measuring and interpreting ocular blood flow and metabolism in glaucoma.
There is a growing body of evidence suggesting that vascular dysfunction is related to several prominent ophthalmic diseases, including glaucoma. The vast majority of studies providing data on ocularExpand
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Literature review and meta-analysis of topical carbonic anhydrase inhibitors and ocular blood flow.
The purpose of this literature review and meta-analysis was to determine what, if any, effects topical carbonic anhydrase inhibitors have on ocular hemodynamics in humans. A literature review andExpand
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Endothelin and Its Suspected Role in the Pathogenesis and Possible Treatment of Glaucoma
Purpose: To review the role of endothelin in intraocular pressure control, its effect on the trabecular meshwork (TM) and the outflow facility, effect on ocular blood flow and vascular regulation andExpand
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The role of optic nerve blood flow in the pathogenesis of glaucoma.
Many theories have surfaced regarding the exact mechanisms behind glaucomatous damage, but the complex nature of the disease and the inaccessibility of the internal structures of the human eye haveExpand
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Update in intracranial pressure evaluation methods and translaminar pressure gradient role in glaucoma
Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide. Historically, it has been considered an ocular disease primary caused by pathological intraocular pressure (IOP). Recently, researchersExpand
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Theoretical analysis of vascular regulatory mechanisms contributing to retinal blood flow autoregulation.
PURPOSE To study whether impaired retinal autoregulation is a risk factor for glaucoma, the relationship between vascular regulatory mechanisms and glaucoma progression needs to be investigated. InExpand
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