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PURPOSE To assess whether there is a significant difference in intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements between noncontact and applanation methods and if so, whether the difference is correlated with corneal thickness. SETTING Işik Eye Clinic, Ankara, Turkey. METHODS This prospective study comprised 120 eyes of 60 randomly selected patients. Noncontact(More)
PURPOSE Determination of the accurate interval between the measurements in repeated tonometry. METHODS Two hundred-and-seventy subjects were randomly divided into 6 groups. Two successive intraocular pressure (IOP) measurements were performed with Goldmann-type applanation tonometer at different time intervals in each group. The time intervals between the(More)
PURPOSE To report the clinical course, treatment response, and prognosis of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia endophthalmitis following cataract extraction. METHODS The clinical records of six cases of S. maltophilia endophthalmitis after cataract extraction were retrospectively reviewed. Data were collected for surgical characteristics, disease course,(More)
Although topical anesthesia techniques for cataract surgery are evolving, injections are unavoidable in some cases. Our technique of injecting local anesthetic agents for akinesia of the orbicularis oculi and the globe via a single entry near the lateral canthus decreases the pain and patient anxiety about the number of injections and avoids the(More)
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