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The rate of visual loss in Behçet's disease.
  • J. Mamo
  • Medicine
  • Archives of ophthalmology
  • 1 October 1970
Vision in Behcet's disease is usually lost in an average of 3.36 years after onset of eye symptoms. These data may be helpful in assessing the effectiveness of any treatment used.
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The earliest description of what today is recognized as Behcet's disease is by Hippocrates in his Third Book of Endemic Diseases. 1 Jacobini in 1894 and many others later described the manifestationsExpand
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Treatment of Behçet's disease with chlorambucil.
Eleven patients with Behcet's (and neuro-Behcet's) disease in the active and progressive stages were treated with chlorambucil (Leukeran). Follow-up varied between three weeks and 17 months. ResultsExpand
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Evaluation and use of oximes in ophthalmology.
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Treatment of Behcet disease with chlorambucil. A follow-up report.
  • J. Mamo
  • Medicine
  • Archives of ophthalmology
  • 1 April 1976
In Behcet disease the eyes are involved in most cases, and progression to blindness is almost the rule. When the central nervous system is involved, the prognosis for life is grave. In a preliminaryExpand
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Growth of lens epithelium in culture. I. Characteristics of growth.
The study of lens epithelium in tissue culture was started by Daniel B. Kirby in 1926. He observed the differentiation of the epithelium into lens fibers when the anterior one-third of 52-hour-oldExpand
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Congenital corneal dystrophy. Progressive sensorineural deafness in a family.
A family has three siblings suffering from congenital corneal dystrophy in association with progressive sensorineural deafness. With the parents of the propositi being first cousins, an autosomalExpand
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Growth of lens epithelium in culture. II. Effects of oxygen tension.
The work of various investigators indicates that the lens consumes oxygen and that the amount of oxygen consumption differs in different portions of the lens. Ely (1949) has shown that the capsulesExpand
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Carbonic anhydrase in the embryonic rabbit eye.
There is a relatively high concentration of carbonic anhydrase in the avian and mammalian eye, 1,2 as compared with other parts of the body; it appears to be located mainly in the lens and theExpand
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Late effects of vitreous loss.
  • J. Mamo
  • Medicine
  • Annals of ophthalmology
  • 1974
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