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Association of polymorphisms in the hepatocyte growth factor gene promoter with keratoconus.
PURPOSE Keratoconus is a progressive disorder of the cornea that can lead to severe visual impairment or blindness. Although several genomic regions have been linked to rare familial forms ofExpand
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Modification of the tear function index and its use in the diagnosis of Sjögren's syndrome
BACKGROUND The tear function index (TFI) has been shown to be of value in the diagnosis of patients suffering from Sjögren's syndrome. It is dependent, however, on introducing into the conjunctivalExpand
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Corneal Topographic Features in a Family With Nanophthalmos
Purpose: To characterize the corneal topographic features in a family with nanophthalmos. Methods: Two observational case reports and a review of the literature. Corneal shape was analyzed using aExpand
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Bilateral keratoconus in tuberous sclerosis: is there a molecular link?
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DrunkSelfie: Intoxication Detection from Smartphone Facial Images
We analyzed a corpus of the facial images of 53 subjects after drinking 0-3 glasses of wine, extracted features from the photographs and used machine learning to classify subjects as either sober or drunk. Expand
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Organizing and Visualizing 30 Years of Data Collection at the Venice Project Center
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Early Detection of Fabry Disease – The Important Role of Ophthalmology
The diagnosis of Fabry disease (FD; MIM #301500), a rare genetic disorder, is often missed or delayed as the systemic symptoms of FD show similarities to several other common medical conditions.Expand
Genetics of keratoconus
Keratoconus (MIM 148300), a common bilateral, progressive corneal thinning disorder, is the leading indication for corneal transplantation in the developed world. Despite the visual and social impactExpand
Drunk Selfie Detection
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