Dagmar Hejcmanová

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The authors present clinical picture, diagnostic procedures and therapy of the dural shunt syndrome which is very often the cause of diagnostic difficulties. They report about unusual complication--secondary angle closure glaucoma and venous stasis retinopathy from thrombosis of ophthalmic vein and about the possibilities of the therapy.
From results of the contrast sensitivity test (n = 65, r = 0.834) it is possible to estimate visual acuity with considerable provedes, however, in addition also information on vision at low contrast conditions and on vision of large objects. It may therefore be expected that in future the two-dimensional visuogram will replace in clinical practice the(More)
PURPOSE To compare effect of photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) on contrast sensitivity (CS) and best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) in high myopia. METHODS 38 myopes (PRK) and 31 patients (LASIK) were examined before and 1, 3, 6, and 12 months postoperatively. Mean preoperative spherical equivalent was -8.0 +/-(More)
The aim of this paper was to prove by help of questionnaire the psychosocial problems in 26 adult patients operated for strabismus. We stated that the biggest difficulties of patients occurred by work and sport activities. The patients with diplopia also complained of difficulties with uncertain orientation, walking on steps and by locating the objects. The(More)
The authors describe a female patient suffering from hairy-cell leukaemia. Already at the onset of the disease, apart from marked splenomegaly, sonography revealed marked retroperitoneal lymphadenopathy. During the subsequent course skin changes developed such as vasculitis and leukaemic infiltrates of the cornea on both eyes. The patient was successfully(More)
Examination of the contrast sensitivity in aphakic eyes corrected by glasses and in artephakias provides information which cannot be obtained by measurement of visual acuity and is thus a suitable supplement of the basic test of visual functions. Contrast sensitivity declines significantly with advancing age. Contrast sensitivity of aphakic eyes corrected(More)
Five children with a history of preterm birth (mean gestational age of 27 weeks; birth weight 870–1,380 g) and perinatal post-hemorrhagic hydrocephalus were examined ophthalmologically at ages ranging from 4–11 years. An extended visual evoked potentials (VEPs) examination was simultaneously performed, using pattern-reversal, motion-onset, and cognitive(More)
Electroretinographic examinations performed according to the international standard were used in two patients with alimentary hypovitaminosis A. In one instance a mentally caused long-term deficiency of dietary vitamin A intake was involved, in the second instance a fistula from the proximal jejunum into the transverse colon. In both instances night(More)