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The ocular manifestations of progressive systemic sclerosis (PSS) have been described by Manschot (i 965), Nelken and Michaelson (196 I), Pollack and Becker (1962), and Stucchi and Geiser (I967). These reports were mainly limited to isolated cases, although Stucchi and Geiser (i967) studied a series of fourteen patients-thirteen with generalized scleroderma(More)
  • E C Horan
  • Transactions of the ophthalmological societies of…
  • 1979
Of 95 cases of perforating eye injury during the 4-year period 1973 to 1976 reviewed, 21 had a retained intraocular foreign body. Sporting activities, including shotgun injuries, were found to be the cause in a significant number of cases. Four cases of perforating injury due to car battery explosions are also reported. None in the series was found to have(More)
The Hallermann-Streiff syndrome is a complex association of developmental anomalies principally involving structures of ectodermal origin. The constant expressions of the syndrome are dyscephaly with mandibulo-facial malformation, bilateral congenital cataracts, and dental anomalies, while hypotrichosis, cutaneous atrophy, microphthalmos, and proportionate(More)
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