Jackie Knupp

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A 2-year-old girl was born with an aggregate of ectopic cilia in the right upper eyelid that intermittently produced tears. During elective excision, the cilia were found to be clustered tightly with prominent bulb-like follicles. A separate lobe of lacrimal gland tissue was adjacent to the roots of the cilia just posterior to the orbital septum with no(More)
Six children had recurrent sixth nerve palsy the average duration of which was six weeks. One youngster, after several episodes of sixth nerve palsy, had residual esotropia and underwent strabismus surgery. The average interval between recurrences was 1.3 years. Ipsilateral recurrences were a prominent feature. Thus far the recurrences of palsy in this(More)
A survey of the literature concerning the interaction of timolol and epinephrine in lowering intraocular pressure, and a study comparing the efficacy of timolol and dipivefrin (a prodrug of epinephrine) to that of timolol and pilocarpine are presented. These observations suggest that timolol-epinephrine therapy is less effective than timolol-pilocarpine(More)
This paper explores the motivations of physicians who promote the health of their communities through the fulfillment of social obligations beyond the boundaries of their own patients. Based on the assumption that physicians do not have social obligations, this paper looks at the normative, motivational question, namely "How should physicians be motivated(More)
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