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CORTICOSTEROIDS AND INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE.
Introduction The finding of γ-globulin and plasma cells in the trabecular meshwork of glaucomatous eyes suggested an immunogenic component. 1,2 The present study was undertaken to determine, underExpand
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ELEVATED INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE FOLLOWING CORTICOSTEROID EYE DROPS.
IN THE COURSE of studies on immunogenic mechanisms in primary glaucoma, 1,2 a series of over 100 patients receiving topical corticosteroid drops to one eye was carefully followed. This brief reportExpand
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Steroid-induced elevation of intraocular pressure.
Introduction It has been recently been suggested that long-term systemic steroids can produce a small elevation of intraocular pressure and a decrease in facility of outflow. 1 The actual appearanceExpand
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Effects of Valsalva's manoeuvre on intraocular pressure.
We examined the effects of breath holding against a closed glottis (Valsalva's manoeuvre) on intraocular pressure (IOP) in four groups of volunteer subjects: 37 healthy young control subjects, 10Expand
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Refractive Index of Carbon Dioxide Cryodeposit
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Depot triamcinolone-induced glaucoma.
The authors report two cases of recalcitrant ocular hypertension persisting 6 1/2 and 10 months following subconjunctival injections of 40 mg of triamcinolone acetonide. In both instances, theExpand
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IN SITU MEASUREMENT OF THICKNESS AND OTHER PROPERTIES OF CARBON DIOXIDE CRYODEPOSITS BY OPTICAL TECHNIQUES
Abstract : Measurements of interference patterns in filtered light reflected from thin 77K CO2 cryodeposits are reported. Analysis indicated that these patterns are a result of interference betweenExpand
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INTRAOCULAR PRESSURE AND VISUAL FIELDS: EFFECTS OF CORTICOSTEROIDS.
Introduction Patients with glaucoma who have progressive loss of visual field usually demonstrate elevations of intraocular pressure. The pressure susceptibility to the loss of field varies greatlyExpand
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Gaze-evoked amaurosis.
  • D. Mills
  • Medicine
  • Ophthalmology
  • 1 March 1987
Gaze-evoked amaurosis is a transient monocular loss of vision occurring in a particular direction of eccentric gaze. Six cases are reported with a mean follow-up of 5 years; three with optic nerveExpand
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THE DILATATION PROVOCATIVE TEST.
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