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Demographic and Clinical Features of Uveitis in Tertiary Centers in Turkey
Uveitis associated with juvenile idiopathic arthritis and ocular toxoplasmosis were the most common cause of uveitis in childhood and Behçet Uveitis was the leading cause in this series reported from other countries. Expand
Bilateral acute iris transillumination.
Bilateral acute iris transillumination with pigment dispersion and persistent mydriasis is a new clinical entity that is not an ocular adverse effect of oral moxifloxacin treatment, as previously suggested. Expand
Rituximab for Remission Induction in a Patient with Relapsing Necrotizing Scleritis Associated with Limited Wegener's Granulomatosis
Rituximab may be effective to induce remission in patients with scleritis due to Wegener's granulomatosis, which was treated with rituxIMab for relapsing disease. Expand
The influence of sex hormones on ocular blood flow in women.
- E. Toker, O. Yenice, I. Akpınar, E. Arıbal, H. Kazokoğlu
- Acta ophthalmologica Scandinavica
- 1 December 2003
Evidence is provided of a relationship between serum sex hormone levels and blood flow velocities and resistive indices in retrobulbar arteries, which appears to have beneficial effects on ocular haemodynamics, whereas testosterone may act as an antagonistic to the effects of oestrogen. Expand
The spectrum of Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease in Turkey
- İ. Tuğal-Tutkun, Y. Ozyazgan, +4 authors H. Kazokoğlu
- International Ophthalmology
- 1 April 2007
It is concluded that the majority of patients with VKH in Turkey do not have the complete form of the disease and are likely to be late referrals. Expand
Long-term efficacy and safety of low-dose and dose-escalating interferon alfa-2a therapy in refractory Behçet uveitis.
A treatment protocol using a low-dose and dose-escalating therapy with interferon alfa-2a was able to control and achieve remission of uveitis in most patients with refractory ocular Behçet disease. Expand
Vision- and health-related quality of life in patients with Behçet uveitis.
General health is more affected than visual functioning in patients with Behçet uveitis and each subscale item score is affected by additional factor(s) other than those analyzed here. Expand
High dose intravenous steroid therapy for severe posterior segment uveitis in Behçet's disease
Hindsight shows that HDIST is effective in controlling severe, vision threatening acute posterior segment Behçet's uveitis attacks and in improving visual function in a short period of time. Expand
Congenital lens coloboma and associated pathologies
The defect most likely occurs in the third to fourth months of gestation during differentiation of the tertiary vitreous in response to toxic, inflammatory or genetic factors. Expand
Long-term effects of cyclophosphamide and colchicine treatment in Behçet's disease.
No statistically significant positive changes in visual acuity or attack frequency which might be attributed to the treatment could be shown when the period of treatment was compared with the period after treatment. Expand