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Intraocular and episcleral venous pressure increase during inverted posture.
The mechanism of a sustained intraocular pressure rise during gravity inversion appears to be closely related to increased venous pressure in the orbit. Expand
Treatment of circumscribed choroidal hemangiomas.
Forty of 59 patients with a circumscribed choroidal hemangioma have been treated by photocoagulation since 1972 because of visual impairment due to secondary nonrhegmatogenous retinal detachment involving the fovea, and only 22.5% of the treated eyes retained visual acuity of 6/12 or better after an average follow-up of four years. Expand
Combined hamartomas of the retina and retinal pigment epithelium.
Of 41 patients with adequate follow-up information, 10 lost at least two lines of visual acuity, usually due to tractional distortion of the fovea, and four had improvedVisual acuity following either amblyopia therapy or vitreous surgery for macular traction. Expand
The cherry‐red spot in Tay‐Sachs and other storage diseases
The disappearance of the cherry‐red spot in an otherwize typical patient with Tay‐Sachs disease is described and illustrated, and it is consistent with the pathological findings of loss of retinal ganglion cells. Expand
Retinal pigment epithelial tears.
Most pigment epithelial tears appear to arise spontaneously, but they also may occur following krypton red laser photocoagulation, and the visual prognosis is poor in eyes in which the tear involves the subfoveolar pigment epithelium. Expand
Incidence and Early Course of Retlnonathy of Prematurity
The timing of retinal vascular events correlated more closely with postconceptional age than with postnatal age, implicating the level of maturity more than postnatal environmental influences in governing the timing of these vascular events. Expand
Optic nerve decompression surgery for nonarteritic anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (NAION) is not effective and may be harmful. The Ischemic Optic Neuropathy Decompression Trial Research Group.
Results from the Ischemic Optic Neuropathy Decompression Trial indicate that optic nerve decompression surgery for NAION is not effective, may be harmful, and should be abandoned. Expand
Sustained-release ganciclovir therapy for treatment of cytomegalovirus retinitis. Use of an intravitreal device.
This new intraocular drug delivery system offers many advantages compared with intravenous therapy or repeated intravitreal ganciclovir injections for the management of CMV retinitis in patients with AIDS. Expand
Radiation optic neuropathy.
- G. Brown, J. Shields, G. Sanborn, J. Augsburger, P. Savino, N. Schatz
- 1 December 1982
The ophthalmoscopic findings in a series of 14 eyes with radiation-induced optic neuropathy are described, and the visual acuity in certain eyes with decreased vision attributable to radiation optic Neuropathy may improve over a period of several months. Expand
Evulsion of the optic nerve: a clinicopathological study.
- G. Sanborn, J. Gonder, R. Goldberg, W. Benson, S. Kessler
- Canadian journal of ophthalmology. Journal…
- 1 February 1984
Four patients with evulsion of the optic nerve caused by blunt trauma were clinically evaluated and two eyes were histopathologically studied, finding no change in visual acuity. Expand