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Canaliculitis: difficulties in diagnosis, differential diagnosis and comparison between conservative and surgical treatment.
- V. Vécsei, V. Huber-Spitzy, E. Arocker-Mettinger, F. Steinkogler
- Ophthalmologica. Journal international d…
The most important clinical features of canaliculitis include a red, swollen eyelid in the area of the affected canaliculus, a unilateral conjunctivitis, a mucopurulent discharge and in some cases… Expand
Acquired dacryocystitis: Microbiology and conservative therapy
- V. Huber-Spitzy, F. Steinkogler, E. Huber, E. Arocker-Mettinger, M. Schiffbänker
- Acta ophthalmologica
- 1 December 1992
Abstract The dacryocystitis in adults is mainly caused by postsaccal stenosis of the lacrimal ducts. The banking up of the lacrimal fluid leads to an accumulation of germs and following infection.… Expand
Gore-Tex soft-tissue patch frontalis suspension technique in congenital ptosis and in blepharophimosis-ptosis syndrome.
- F. Steinkogler, A. Kuchar, E. Huber, E. Arocker-Mettinger
- Plastic and reconstructive surgery
- 1 November 1993
The frontalis suspension technique is the surgical method of choice in ptosis patients with a levator function of 2 mm or less. This type of ptosis is found unilaterally or bilaterally in isolated… Expand
Serum interleukin 2-receptor levels in uveitis.
This study reports on serum interleukin 2-receptor (IL-2R) levels in uveitis patients. IL-2R is the mediator protein of interleukin 2 (IL-2), a mitogenetic cytokine of primarily immune cell… Expand
Ulcerative blepharitis in atopic patients--is Candida species the causative agent?
- V. Huber-Spitzy, K. Böhler-Sommeregger, E. Arocker-Mettinger, G. Grabner
- The British journal of ophthalmology
- 1 May 1992
A total of 50 patients suffering both from atopic skin disease and different clinical forms of blepharitis have been included in this study. Microbiological investigations (for bacteria and fungi) of… Expand
Penetration of norfloxacin into the aqueous humor of the human eye.
- V. Huber-Spitzy, M. Czejka, L. Georgiew, E. Arocker-Mettinger, G. Grabner
- Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
- 1 April 1992
Forty six patients received a topical application of a 0.3% norfloxacin (Zoroxin; MSD, Austria) solution into the lower fornix at different time intervals and frequencies before undergoing planned… Expand
Intermediate uveitis: do HLA antigens play a role?
Diagnosis and therapy of bacterial endophthalmitis, and serum levels of inflammation markers
SummaryA review of 27 cases of bacterial endophthalmitis diagnosed and treated at the Specialized Outpatient Department for Infectious Eye Diseases at the 2nd Department of Ophthalmology of the… Expand
Manifestations of Graft-Versus-Host Disease following Allogenic Bone Marrow Transplantation
- E. Arocker-Mettinger, F. Skorpik, G. Grabner, W. Hinterberger, H. Gadner
- European journal of ophthalmology
- 1 January 1991
Sixty-seven patients undergoing allogenic bone marrow transplantation (BMT) were examined before and at regular intervals for up to 87 months (1-87 months, mean 18) after transplantation. Within a… Expand
Circulating ICAM-1 levels in serum of uveitis patients.
Intercellular Adhesion Molecule-1 (ICAM-1) is a cytokine-inducible adhesion molecule expressed on cells of multiple lineages at sites of inflammation. Recently a truncated form of ICAM-1 has been… Expand