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Oximetry of retinal vessels by dual-wavelength imaging: calibration and influence of pigmentation.
- J. Beach, K. J. Schwenzer, S. Srinivas, D. Kim, J. Tiedeman
- MedicineJournal of applied physiology
- 1 February 1999
This technique, when combined with blood flow studies in human subjects, will enable the study of retinal O2 utilization under experimental and various disease conditions.
The findings emphasize the need to have patients who are receiving interferon alfa therapy monitored for these retinal complications, which may rarely be associated with permanent loss of vision secondary to closure of retinal capillaries.
Epstein-Barr viral antibodies in multifocal choroiditis and panuveitis.
- J. Tiedeman
- Medicine, BiologyAmerican journal of ophthalmology
- 1 May 1987
Retinal oxygen consumption during hyperglycemia in patients with diabetes without retinopathy.
Long-term Intraocular Pressure Control and Corneal Graft Survival in Eyes With a Pars Plana Baerveldt Implant and Corneal Transplant
- M. T. Witmer, J. Tiedeman, L. Olsakovsky, M. Conaway, B. Prum
- MedicineJournal of glaucoma
- 1 February 2010
PP insertion of a valveless GDI tube, in eyes with a previous or concurrent PK, is an effective way to control IOP in Eyes with medically uncontrolled glaucoma.
Idiopathic recurrent branch retinal arterial occlusion.
Ophthalmoscopic and fluorescein angiographic findings suggested focal arteritis and arteriolitis as the cause of the obstructions, and most patients retained good visual acuity.
Ultrasound biomicroscopic quantitative analysis of light-dark changes associated with pupillary block.
- J. Tiedeman
- MedicineAmerican journal of ophthalmology
Effect of silicone oil viscosity on emulsification.
It is found that silicone oils that have low-molecular-weight contents emulsify more readily than those that do not, and the extent and susceptibility to emulsification increases with decreasing viscosity or with an increase in the proportion of low- MWC constituents.
Refractive changes from use of silicone oil in vitreous surgery.
The vitreoretinal surgeon must anticipate significant changes in refractive error when silicone is introduced into an eye or removed from the eye, and careful retinoscopy and refraction is essential for obtaining optimal vision in patients.
Photochemical initiation of thrombosis. Fluorescein angiographic, histologic, and ultrastructural alterations in the choroid, retinal pigment epithelium, and retina.
- A. J. Royster, S. Nanda, D. Hatchell, J. Tiedeman, J. Dutton, M. Hatchell
- Medicine, BiologyArchives of ophthalmology
- 1 November 1988
A new method of producing vascular occlusion, photochemical activation of intravenously injected rose bengal, was used to produce experimental thrombosis of the preretinal and choroidal blood vessels in rabbit eyes to describe the resultant pathologic alterations over time.