Johanna Roider

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• Background: The aim of this study was to investigate whether selective damage the RPE while sparing the adjacent photoreceptors is possible with repetitive 200-ns pulses of Nd:YAG laser (532 nm) and what potential side effects can be expected with higher pulse energies. • Methods: We irradiated the retinas of 19 eyes of 10 chinchilla rabbits with 500(More)
BACKGROUND Dislocation of an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) into the vitreous is a rare complication in cataract surgery. The removal of the IOL from the vitreous can be associated with various difficulties. As vitreal surgery in Latvia has been developed only during the last two years, patients with IOL dislocation prior to that time were only observed.(More)
Dear Editor, Autosomal dominant vitreoretinochoroidopathy (ADVIRC) is a rare hereditary disease first described by Kaufman and colleagues in 1982 [1]. The disease is characterized by annular peripheral hyperpigmentation, fibrillary condensation of the vitreous, breakdown of the blood–retina barrier, retinal vascular abnormalities, choroidal atrophy, and(More)
Hintergrund: Charakterisierung von ultrastrukturellen Veränderungen bei der Atrophia gyrata mittels zweier neuartiger bildgebender Verfahren, OCT und topographischer Angiographie. Patient und Methode: OCT-Schnittbilder wurden mit einem spaltlampenadaptierten System bei einer Patientin mit perizentraler Aderhautdystrophie angefertigt und mit(More)
Silicone oil tamponades have been a key feature of vitreoretinal surgery for more than 40 years. The use of these durable vitreous substitutes has not only been limited to tractive retinal detachments, inflammatory chorioretinopathies or other complicated vitreoretinal diseases, but also to macular holes and rhegmatogenous retinal detachment. During the(More)
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