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Does primary intraocular lens implantation prevent "aphakic" glaucoma in children?
PURPOSE Open-angle glaucoma may develop after surgery for congenital or developmental cataract with an incidence ranging from 3% to 41%. The pathogenesis of "aphakic" (open-angle) glaucoma remainsExpand
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Is there a latent period for the surgical treatment of children with dense bilateral congenital cataracts?
BACKGROUND It generally is accepted that cataract surgery during the first 6 weeks of life is associated with the best visual outcomes for children with dense unilateral congenital cataracts. TheExpand
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The infant aphakia treatment study: design and clinical measures at enrollment.
OBJECTIVE To compare the use of contact lenses and intraocular lenses (IOLs) for the optical correction of unilateral aphakia during infancy. METHODS In a randomized, multicenter (12 sites)Expand
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Accuracy of intraocular lens calculations in infants and children undergoing cataract surgery.
PURPOSE We sought to evaluate the accuracy of intraocular lens calculations in children undergoing cataract extraction with intraocular lens (IOL) implantation. METHODS This was a retrospectiveExpand
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Surgical treatment of superior oblique palsy.
Reports of several large series of patients with superior oblique palsy (SOP) published in 1986 or before set forth important guidelines for both diagnosis and treatment of this condition. NewerExpand
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A new classification of superior oblique palsy based on congenital variations in the tendon.
BACKGROUND Superior oblique palsy is the most frequent isolated cranial nerve palsy seen in strabismus practice. It is traditionally diagnosed according to etiology as acquired, congenital, orExpand
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Recognition and repair of the "lost" rectus muscle. A report of 25 cases.
Twenty-five consecutive cases of lost muscle over a 10-year period are presented with regard to etiology, clinical presentation, operative findings, and treatment results. All patients showed aExpand
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ASCRS white paper. Hydrophobic acrylic intraocular lenses in children.
After Sir Harold Ridley’s invention of the intraocular lens (IOL) in 1949, Dr. Edward Epstein implanted an IOL in a 12-year-old aphakic child in 1952. However, implantation in pediatric eyes was slowExpand
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Accuracy of biometry in pediatric cataract extraction with primary intraocular lens implantation
PURPOSE: To determine the accuracy of predicted postoperative refractive outcomes in pediatric patients having cataract surgery with intraocular lens (IOL) implantation and to compare them with otherExpand
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Nasolacrimal outflow drainage anomalies in Down's syndrome.
PURPOSE To describe structural abnormalities of the lacrimal drainage system and outcomes after treatment for lacrimal outflow obstruction in children with Down's syndrome. DESIGN RetrospectiveExpand
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