Fabian Körner

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BACKGROUND Several case series and a recent meta-analysis indicate that intra-arterial thrombolysis (IAT) is effective for the treatment of acute central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO). METHODS A total of 37 patients with acute monocular blindness because of unilateral thromboembolic CRAO were treated with IAT using urokinase within six hours of the(More)
Vertical diplopia from skew deviation is well described in brainstem lesions. The phenomenon can also result from peripheral vestibular lesions. During the past years, we have observed these ocular changes in the acute stage following unilateral vestibular neurectomy and labyrinthectomy (n = 13), as well as in series of patients suffering from idiopathic(More)
In wildlife radio tagging, small radio transmitters attached to animals are located by human operators using directional antennas and analog receivers which provide audio output. The location of the transmitter is determined by listening to the signal and scanning the area while closing in. This procedure can be very tedious, especially in rough terrain.(More)
  • F H Koerner
  • 1980
Ciliary and iris block glaucoma in aphakic and phakic eyes is characterized by the accumulation of aqueous humor in the vitreous cavity causing an increase in vitreous volume, a flattening of the anterior chamber, and an elevation of intraocular pressure. As vitreous blocks the space between the ciliary body and the iris or lens, respectively, an anterior(More)
  • F Körner
  • 1975
Comparative analysis of two cases of monocular pendular nystagmus (MPN). The nystagmus was acquired in one case of multiple sclerosis, and congenital in the other patient who had achromatopsia. A postsaccadic inhibition of 0.6-1 sec duration was seen only in the case of acquired MPN. All the other characteristics of the acquired and congenital monocular(More)
Data from 80 high-risk low birth infants were analysed to determine whether there is a clinical association between Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) and Peri-Intraventricular Hemorrhages (PIVH) in preterm newborns. Diagnosis of retinopathy was made by retinal examination at approximately four weeks of age. All infants were routinely and repeatedly scanned(More)
BACKGROUND Visual acuity serves as only a rough gauge of macular function. The aim therefore was to ascertain whether central an assessment of the central visual field afforded a closer insight into visual function after removal of epiretinal membranes and Infracyanine-Green- or Trypan-Blue-assisted peeling of the inner limiting membrane. PATIENTS AND(More)
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