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Angle-fixated anterior chamber phakic intraocular lens for myopia of -7 to -19 diopters.
PURPOSE To assess the safety and efficacy of a second generation, anterior chamber phakic intraocular lens (Baikoff Model ZB5M) in patients with high myopia. METHODS One hundred and twenty-oneExpand
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[Arterial vascularization of the musculi rectus verticalis and obliquus oculi (author's transl)].
In a recent article, we described arterial vascularization of the musculi rectus medialis and lateralis, using a radiological technique. We have now studied, in the cadaver, arterial vascularizationExpand
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[Melkersson-Rosenthal syndrome: anatomo-clinical and evolutive concepts].
PURPOSE To inform ophthalmologists about the Melkersson-Rosenthal Syndrome. A new clinical classification is suggested. METHODS Commented observation and review of the litterature. RESULTS TheExpand
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[A full thickness macular hole as an uncommon complication of Behçet disease].
The authors report the occurrence of an unusual complication of Behçet's disease: a full thickness macular hole caused by retinal vasculitis resulting in a definite functional impairment. A review ofExpand
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Utilization of Ultrasonic Consolidation in Fabricating Satellite Decking
Utilization of Ultrasonic Consolidation in Fabricat ing Satellite Decking
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[Arterial supply to the anterior segment of the eye. Radioanatomical study of a series of 25 human eyes].
We studied the arterial vascularization of the anterior segment of 25 cadaver eyes. Arteries had been opacified by an injection of an aqueous suspension of barium. Our study has focused on theExpand
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Listeria monocytogenes endophthalmitis in a renal-transplant patient receiving ciclosporin.
Endophthalmitis due to Listeria monocytogenes developed suddenly in a 52-year-old man receiving immunosuppressive therapy for a renal transplantation carried out 2 months previously. The treatmentExpand
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[Treatment of lacrimal canal stenoses by canaliculoplasty].
An attempt to make a canaliculoplasty for 53 cases with canalicular stenosis gave a functional favorable result for 40 cases; Microsurgery is essential. By pass procedures were performed only in caseExpand
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[Oculomotor risk after trans-palpebral bony decompression for thyroid-related orbitopathy].
PURPOSE To study oculomotor disorders after transpalpebral bony orbital decompression (TPBOD) for dysthyroid orbitopathy. Pathophysiology, risk factors, preventive and therapeutic care were examined.Expand
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[Complications of transpalpebral osseous orbital decompressions in thyroid orbitopathies].
INTRODUCTION Complications of bony orbital decompression (BOD) are rather unreported and often neglected. The aim of this study was to assess the risks of this surgery. MATERIAL AND METHODS 44Expand
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