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We measured the rate of change of visual field threshold values over time (mean follow-up, 44.9 +/- 17.4 months) by trend analysis in 40 eyes of 40 patients with chronic open-angle glaucoma. Twenty-eight eyes had stable visual fields, and two eyes had significant visual field improvement. Ten eyes had significant visual field deterioration and showed a(More)
BACKGROUND Decisions to proceed with surgical versus percutaneous revascularization for multivessel coronary artery disease are often based on subtle clinical information that may not be captured in contemporary registries. The present study sought to evaluate the association between surgical ineligibility documented in the medical record and long-term(More)
Using automated perimetry the distribution of visual field loss in 40 chronic open angle glaucoma eyes (40 patients) was found to be predominantly in the nasal, supranasal, and superotemporal regions. The rate of change of visual field threshold values in seven regions of the field was measured by trend analysis over 44.9 +/- 17.9 months. Seventeen eyes had(More)
BACKGROUND Early readmission after PCI is an important contributor to healthcare expenditures and a target for performance measurement. The extent to which 30-day readmissions after PCI are preventable is unknown yet essential to minimizing their occurrence. METHODS AND RESULTS PCI patients readmitted to hospital at which PCI was performed within 30 days(More)
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