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Current and Upcoming Therapies for Ocular Surface Chemical Injuries.
Chemical injuries frequently result in vision loss, disfigurement, and challenging ocular surface complications. Acute interventions are directed at decreasing the extent of the injury, suppressingExpand
Sensitivity and Specificity of Posterior and Anterior Corneal Elevation Measured by Orbscan in Diagnosis of Clinical and Subclinical Keratoconus
Purpose: To determine the sensitivity and specificity of anterior and posterior corneal elevation parameters as determined by Orbscan II (Bausch and Lomb, Rochester, NY, USA) in discriminatingExpand
Single Block Conjunctival Limbal Autograft for Unilateral Total Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency
Journal of ophthalmic and Vision research 2015; Vol. 10, No. 1 Dear Editor, In the treatment of unilateral total limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD), conjunctival limbal autograft (CLAU) surgery takenExpand
Topical Anesthetic Misuse in Patients Admitted to Sabzevar Eye Clinic in Iran
Abstract Topical anesthetic eye drops are used extensively for ophthalmic examinations but self-treatment and non-technical removal of foreign bodies using tetracaine drops can be hazardous. TheExpand
Red Eye due to Leech in the Eye
A 65–yrs-old man referred for an ocular discomfort and red eye. The clinical diagnosis was leech in the left eye and its species confirmed as being Limnatis nilotica. Ocular leech infestation shouldExpand
Optical Correction of Aphakia in Children
There are several reasons for which the correction of aphakia differs between children and adults. First, a child's eye is still growing during the first few years of life and during early childhood,Expand
Bilateral Chemical Burns of the Cornea Due to Limewater: A Specific Case
  • E. Shirzadeh
  • Medicine
  • Iranian Red Crescent medical journal
  • 1 January 2013
Dear Editor, Eyes Chemical burns may be caused by either acidic or alkaline agents (1). Chemical injury of the eyes may produce extensive damage to the ocular tissues, resulting in permanentExpand
Unrestricted somatic stem cells, as a novel feeder layer: Ex vivo culture of human limbal stem cells
Ex vivo culture of limbal stem cells (LSCs) is a current promising approach for reconstruction of the ocular surface. In this context, 3T3 feeder layer cells (mouse embryo fibroblast) are generallyExpand
Eye Bleeding Due to Leech Infestation in an Ischemic Heart- Disease Patient
A 49-year-old Iranian male with diagnosis of ischemic heart disease (IHD) and arterial hypertension (AH) was admitted at Emergency Ward of Vase’ee Hospital of Sabzevar, Iran. As well, the patient hadExpand
Expanding the clinical phenotype of IARS2-related mitochondrial disease
BackgroundIARS2 encodes a mitochondrial isoleucyl-tRNA synthetase, a highly conserved nuclear-encoded enzyme required for the charging of tRNAs with their cognate amino acid for translation.Expand
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