Brian Curtin

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  • B J Curtin
  • Transactions of the American Ophthalmological…
  • 1977
A total of 250 myopic patients with posterior staphyloma affecting one or both eyes received a complete ocular examination including binocular indirect ophthalmoscopy, refraction, and axial length measurement. Ten types of staphyloma were noted; five primary and five compound. The primary staphyloma involved the posterior pole (Type I), macular area (Type(More)
PURPOSE We systematically reviewed the evaluated efficacy of medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) reconstruction, rehabilitation, and patient outcomes for safely returning patients to sports. METHODS We performed a literature search using the Ovid Medline database from 1950 to present, as well as the SportDiscus and CINAHL (Cumulative Index to Nursing(More)
Let F denote a bipartite distance-regular graph with diameter D >~ 3 and valency k ~> 3. F is said to be 2-homogeneous whenever for all integers i (1 ~ i ~<D 1 ) and for all vertices x, y, z at distance O(x,y)=2, O(x,z)=i, d(y,z)=i, the number 7i of vertices adjacent to both x and y and at distance i 1 from z is a constant depending only upon i. In this(More)
The posterior sclera of three normal eyes and five staphylomatous, myopic eyes was examined by electron microscopy. The following notable differences were found in myopic sclera: a predominantly lamellar, collagen fiber bundle arrangement; a reduction in the diameter of the fibrils; a greater dispersion for the range of fibril diameters; an increase in(More)