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Prevalence of myopia and its association with body stature and educational level in 19-year-old male conscripts in seoul, South Korea.
PURPOSE To examine prevalence of refractive errors and its associated factors, such as body stature and educational level, among 19-year-old males in Seoul, Korea. METHODS A population-basedExpand
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Prevalence and Risk Factors for Refractive Errors: Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2008-2011
Purpose To examine the prevalence and risk factors of refractive errors in a representative Korean population aged 20 years old or older. Methods A total of 23,392 people aged 20+ years were selectedExpand
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A review of bypass tubes for proximal lacrimal drainage obstruction.
Proximal obstruction of the lacrimal drainage system is typically managed with conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy and lacrimal bypass tubes, a technique first described in 1962 by Lester Jones. ThisExpand
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A case of acute urinary retention caused by periaqueductal grey lesion
Diseases of the central nervous system often cause disturbances in micturition. These diseases include lesions in the spinal cord, pons, cerebellum, hypothalamus, basal ganglia, and cerebrum. OfExpand
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The lacrimal canaliculus and sac bordered by the Horner's muscle form the functional lacrimal drainage system.
PURPOSE To clarify the relationship between the orbicularis oculi muscle, lacrimal canaliculus, and lacrimal sac and to propose a new theory of the lacrimal drainage system. DESIGN DissectionExpand
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Frontalis Suspension Surgery in Upper Eyelid Blepharoptosis
Frontalis suspension is a commonly used surgery that is indicated in patients with blepharoptosis and poor levator muscle function. The surgery is based on connecting the tarsal plate to the eyebrowExpand
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Lower Eyelid Anatomy: An Update
The gross anatomy of the lower eyelid is analogous to that of the upper eyelid, however, the lower eyelid has a more simplified structure with less dynamic movement. Common malpositions of the lowerExpand
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Upper Eyelid Anatomy: An Update
Eyelid surgery necessitates a thorough knowledge of eyelid anatomy. Recent contributions to the literature have significantly advanced our understanding of eyelid anatomy. In this review, we presentExpand
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The importance of rim removal in deep lateral orbital wall decompression
Purpose: To evaluate the surgical outcome of deep lateral orbital decompression with or without rim removal. Design: Retrospective case series. Methods: Thirty-two patients (47 orbits) with Graves’Expand
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The rate of symptomatic improvement of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction in Japanese infants treated with conservative management during the 1st year of age
This study aimed to examine the rate of symptomatic improvement of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction (CNLDO) in Japanese infants treated with conservative management within the 1st year ofExpand
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