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Computer-assisted photokeratoscopy was used to evaluate the topographic characteristics of corneas preoperatively and postoperatively in seven patients who underwent surgery for correction of postkeratoplasty astigmatism. The steep hemimeridians were typically separated by an angle other than 180 degrees (mean, 162.5 degrees) and the flat hemimeridians were… (More)
Mucoceles arising from the anterior clinoid is rare. Although intrinsically benign, mucoceles in the sphenoid sinus (anterior clinoid variant) can lead to complications due to their proximity to other structures. We present a case of a young man whose visual complaints were typical for retrobulbar optic neuritis. Results of radiologic tests for diagnosis… (More)
Gross and microscopic ocular findings were prospectively studied in 38 human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-seropositive subjects undergoing postmortem examination. Pathologic lesions were detected in 27 patients (71%), with 67% of the abnormal findings detected only microscopically.