Claire S. Teitelbaum

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Twenty-four eyes removed for complications of HSV keratitis were studied histopathologically. There were 20 men and 4 women with an average age of 61 years. Severe keratitis was seen in 14, moderate in 7, and mild in 3 eyes. Common features associated with severe keratitis were: acute perforation, granulomatous keratitis with giant cells in the stroma and(More)
A single drop, dose-response, double-masked study of the effect corynanthine, a selective alpha 1 adrenergic antagonist, on intraocular pressure (IOP) was carried out in 10 symmetrically ocular hypertensive patients. Corynanthine 1% had no significant pressure lowering effect. Topical application of a 2% solution significantly (P less than 0.05) reduced IOP(More)
We compared the outflow facility coefficient results after indentation tonography obtained with a standard tonography unit and with a new computerized tonography machine. Goldmann applanation tonometry was followed by standard tonography on one eye and computerized tonography on the other. After a one-hour equilibration period, tonometry was repeated and(More)
Animal migration is a global phenomenon, but few studies have examined the substantial within- and between-species variation in migration distances. We built a global database of 94 land migrations of large mammalian herbivore populations ranging from 10 to 1638 km. We examined how resource availability, spatial scale of resource variability and body size(More)
Experimental glaucoma was produced in one eye of five cynomolgus monkeys with the argon laser delivering 100-200 50-mu spots at 1200-1500 mW power and 0.5 sec to 360 degrees of the mid-trabecular meshwork. Monocular electroretinograms (ERGs) were recorded prior to and 2, 3, and 4 mo following the laser treatment. In the laser-treated (glaucoma) eyes, normal(More)
Anthropogenic changes in climate and land use are driving changes in migration patterns of birds worldwide. Spatial changes in migration have been related to long-term temperature trends, but the intrinsic mechanisms by which migratory species adapt to environmental change remain largely unexplored. We show that, for a long-lived social species, older birds(More)
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