Charles P Wilkinson

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PURPOSE Choroidal blood flow may be determined by pulsatile ocular blood flow (POBF) measurements. In the present study, the POBF of diabetic patients with increasingly severe retinopathy was compared with that in nondiabetic control subjects. METHODS The study was a masked cross-sectional analysis. Seventy-seven diabetic subjects, including 13 with mild(More)
Scleral buckling was performed on 116 eyes with rhegmatogenous retinal detachments that spared macular function preoperatively. The retina was reattached in 97% of these eyes after one operation. The remaining cases were repaired successfully by a second procedure. Eight percent of the 90 eyes with preoperative vision of 20/30 or better experienced some(More)
OBJECTIVE We investigated whether a simple measure of reaction time (RT) intraindividual variability (IIV) was associated with falls in older adults. Falls and fall-related injuries represent a major cost to health care systems, it is therefore critically important to find measures that can readily identify older adults at greater risk of falling. METHOD(More)
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