J M Lamsfus

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Deficient mydriasis of diverse etiology renders extracapsular cataract extraction and posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation technically difficult. Several techniques are available to improve surgical results when this problem is present. We have used multiple sphincterotomies in 6 patients with narrow pupils undergoing cataract extraction. We(More)
We treated three patients with Aspergillus keratomycosis with collagen shields soaked in amphotericin B (0.50%) for 2 hours at 25 degrees C before application. These shields, replaced daily, were used in conjunction with amphotericin B (0.25%) eye drops, which were applied every 2 hours. Cultures from the eyes of all patients became negative within 15 days(More)
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