• Publications
  • Influence
Comparative effects of intraocular pressure between systemic and topical carbonic anhydrase inhibitors: a clinical masked, cross-over study.
Dorzolamide 1% eye drops is as effective as Acetazolamide tablets in reducing the IOP curve and topical carbonic anhydrase inhibitors may represent an additional and safer treatment for those patients with uncontrolled medical glaucoma.
Evaluation of pupillary response to light in patients with glaucoma: a study using computerized pupillometry
The study showed that glaucoma damage is associated with altered values of pupillary response to light, and this event may be the consequence of the progressive loss of retinal ganglion cells and their axons induced by glAUcoma.
Anterior Segment Optical Coherence Tomography Analysis of Iris Morphometric Changes Induced by Prostaglandin Analogues Treatment in Patients with Primary Open Angle Glaucoma or Ocular Hypertension
The present data indicate that PG treatment induced DMR thickness reduction and an increase in SMR thickness and these changes were not related to the duration of PG exposure.
Hypotensive effects of dorzolamide eyewash in maximal therapy glaucoma patients: a comparative study with oral acetazolamide.
16.0 + 2.5 11 a.m. (2) 17.07 + 3.3 12.1 i 1.5 (23.4%) 13.0 f 1.6 (18.7%) 1 p.m. (4) 16.40 + 2.5 13.4 * 2.5 (15.1Yo) 13.7 + 1.9 (14.3%) 3 p.m. (6) 16.30 f 2.9 14.9 + 2.4 (5.9%) 15.6 f 2.3 (2.5%)