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The study is designed to determine the relationship between the progress of the wet form of age-related macular degeneration and the activity of the visual cortex examined using functional magnetic resonance imaging. Ten patients with the wet form of age-related macular degeneration (9 female and 1 male) with a mean age of 74.7 years (58-85 years) at(More)
AIM To determine intravitreal and plasma concentrations and retinal toxicity after transcorneal intravitreal injection of 1 μg and 2 μg of topotecan (Hycamtin). METHOD Twelve healthy albino rabbits were included in this in vivo experiment. Six anesthetized albino rabbits received a single transcorneal intravitreal injection of 1 μg (group A) or 2 μg(More)
Hemangiopericytoma (HPC) is a rare tumor originating from the mesenchyme. We will describe the clinical presentations, radiological and operative findings, and pathological features of a patient with lacrimal gland HPC. The patient was a 26-year-old female who presented with swelling of the left upper eye lid progressing over the past 12 months. On(More)
UNLABELLED The goal of this prospective study was to evaluate results of the transpupillary thermotherapy (TTT) in the age related macular degeneration (ARMD) where the serous detachment of the pigment epithelium (SDPE) was the dominant sign. MATERIAL AND METHODS Thirty eyes of 29 patients were treated by TTT. All patients were examined before and 3, 6,(More)
The goal of this article was to analyze possibilities of the vitreoretinal surgery under the outpatient conditions and to set its limitations. During the period January 1st-September 30th, 2004, there were performed 95 operations of 78 eyes in 77 patients. Number of men and women was practically equal; the age ranged 17-86 years (average 62.6 years). We(More)
During her examination in December 2002, she was conscious, cooperative, well-oriented, with a slight bilateral ataxia and mediumgrade paleocerebellar symptomatology. Her palpebral apertures were symmetrical; the eyeballs were in the central position, freely able to move sideways, without nystagm. The pupils were isocoric, reactive to light and convergent.(More)
This case report a rare case of 67-year-old man, presented with Marfan’s syndrome, cataract and crystalline lens dislocation of the left eye. The best corrected visual acuity (BCVA) of the left eye was 0.2. Cataract surgery was asissted by femtosecond laser LenSx. One month after surgery uncorrected visual acuity (UCVA) of the left eye was 0.9, BCVA with(More)
The authors evaluate 100 tumour of the chiasmal region (80 pituitary adenomas, 8 meningiomas, 7 craniopharyngiomas, 5 other tumours) and present their neuroophthalmological findings. In comparison with the findings in pituitary adenomas of the last decade the number of bilateral blindness was lower by 2.4%, the number of the optic atrophy was lower by 48.1%(More)
BACKGROUND AND AIM The otolaryngologist often meets with fractures of the orbital floor. The most serious complication is diplopia, arising as a result of herniation of the orbital contents, with or without fixation of the inferior rectus muscle. The aim of our work was to create a mathematical model to calculate the volume of prolapsed soft tissue of the(More)