Dennis Tierney

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  • D W Tierney
  • 1988
Damage to the visual system often occurs after head injury. Clinical manifestations of visual system dysfunction may be monocular or binocular, and may include reduced visual acuity, visual field loss, and in some cases complete blindness. This paper reviews and updates nine cases of visual dysfunction secondary to closed head trauma. Pathophysiology,(More)
  • D W Tierney
  • 1989
Amblyopia is most effectively treated, in most cases, during the first and second decade of life. Generally, the earlier the treatment, the higher probability of success. The frequency of vision loss in the good eye in patients with monocular amblyopia is between 0.1 and 0.2%. This case report describes a 65-year-old male with successful recovery of vision(More)
  • John A Botts, Jonathan W Braswell, +32 authors Teresa J Norberg
  • 1999
The statements in this document are intended solely as guidance. This document is not intended, nor can it be relied on, to create any rights enforceable by any party in litigation with the United States. EPA and State officials may decide to follow the guidance provided in this document, or to act at variance with the guidance, based on an analysis of(More)
Squamous carcinoma of the head and neck: cured fraction and median survival time as functions of age, sex, histologic type, and node status Summary The multivariate lognormal survival model can be used to determine the relationship of prognostic covariates to two important parameters of malignancy. Cured fraction and median survival time among uncured(More)
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