Carlos Akira Omi

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PURPOSE To evaluate the influence of keratometric measurements on the concordance of intraocular pressure (IOP) readings with three applanation tonometers. PATIENTS AND METHODS The IOPs of 404 eyes of 202 patients from a general eye clinic were measured by Goldmann, Tono-Pen XL, and noncontact Nidek NT 2000 tonometers. Differences in the IOP measurements(More)
Fifty-five eyes of 51 patients with different forms of refractory glaucoma (15 aphakic, 12 neovascular, 9 postpenetrating keratoplasty, 8 congenital, 5 secondary to uveitis, 4 associated with aniridia, 1 pseudophakic, and 1 traumatic) underwent antiglaucomatous surgery using a modified 90 degrees Schocket implant. In 25 eyes (45.4%), this was the first(More)
Case report of a woman with the diagnosis of primary open-angle glaucoma who was submitted to a successful surgical procedure of deep sclerectomy in the right eye. In the postoperative period, at month 3, the surgical procedure was evaluated with ultrasound biomicroscopy (UBM) utilizing two distinct equipments (UBM 840-Zeiss; UBM-VUMAX-Sonomed), with 50-MHz(More)
We report a case of recurrent iris synechiae one year after Nd:YAG laser goniopuncture for deep sclerectomy enhancement in the only functional eye of a patient with end-stage glaucoma. The possible pathophysiology of this uncommon complication and laser treatment aspects are discussed.
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