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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, under… Expand
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 report… Expand
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 appearance… Expand
Effects of Valsalva's manoeuvre on intraocular pressure.
- P. Rafuse, D. Mills, P. Hooper, T. Chang, R. Wolf
- Canadian journal of ophthalmology. Journal…
- 1 April 1994
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, 10… Expand
Refractive Index of Carbon Dioxide Cryodeposit
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, the… Expand
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 between… Expand
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 greatly… Expand
- D. Mills
- 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 nerve… Expand