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Loss of corneal epithelial stem cell properties in outgrowths from human limbal explants cultured on intact amniotic membrane.
BACKGROUND The corneal epithelium is renewed by stem cells located at the limbus, the so-called limbal stem cells (LSCs). Absence, damage or loss of the LSC population leads to the painful andExpand
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Evidence of macrophage and lymphocyte, but not dendritic cell, infiltration in posterior uveal melanomas, whilst cultured uveal melanomas demonstrate pluripotency by expressing CD68 and CD163
Although variation in the level of macrophage infiltration has been reported in uveal melanoma, little is known about the expression of other leucocyte markers. An immuno‐ histochemistry study of theExpand
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Is vasoproliferative tumour (reactive retinal glioangiosis) part of the spectrum of proliferative vitreoretinopathy?
ObjectivesTo investigate the involvement of retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cells in reactive retinal glioangiosis (RRG; known also as retinal vasoproliferative tumour or massive retinalExpand
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Familial pattern of Salzmann-type nodular corneal degeneration—a four generation series
Salzmann nodular degeneration was first described by Maximilian Salzmann.1 It is more often associated with chronic corneal diseases2 and is not considered to be hereditary. We describe thisExpand
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Three patients with desmoplastic tricholemmoma with an incidental histological surprise impacting on management
A patient was referred for removal of a persistent ‘benign’ lower lid lesion. She previously had two shave excision biopsies for ‘papilloma’ of the right lower lid by the nurse practitioner. HerExpand
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