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In age-related macular degeneration, communication between the retinal and choroidal circulations occurs spontaneously or following unsuccessful laser photocoagulation of subretinal new vessels. The… (More)
A century ago Hess described how to map out ocular deviations on two pieces of paper in cases of diplopia. This paper discusses how to obtain useful information regarding ocular deviations from a… (More)
The main causes of blindness and visual disabilities, as described in documents published by the World Health Organization (WHO), are discussed.
We report a case of crystalline keratopathy. Corneal smears showed yeasts. Cultures showed growth of Pityrosporon ovale. We summarise some causes of crystalline keratopathy and mention some hints for… (More)
The causes of nonglaucomatous optic disk atrophy and excavation are enumerated in people 65 years or older: congenital anomalies, myopia, ischemic disorders, transsynaptic degeneration, traumatic,… (More)
PURPOSE In its early course, multiple sclerosis (MS) manifests in a variety of symptoms so that ophthalmologists should know that the ocular problems are often the first sign of the disease and may… (More)
The aim of this article is to report the findings of ocular examinations in a group of patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis who were referred to the eye department of the Nationaal Multiple… (More)
PURPOSE The purpose of this paper is to explain that many trials have been done unsuccessfully to improve age-related macular degeneration. METHODS Different trials that have been done to improve… (More)
A prism can be an effective tool in the treatment of selected cases of vertical diplopia. To illustrate the foregoing, we present three cases.