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AIMS Primary angle-closure glaucoma is expected to account for nearly 50% of bilateral glaucoma blindness by 2020. This study was conducted to assess the performance of the scanning peripheral anterior chamber depth analyzer (SPAC) and limbal anterior chamber depth (LACD) as screening methods for angle closure. METHODS This study assessed two clinical… (More)
The authors describe a patient with a previously undiagnosed abdominal aortic aneurysm who presented to the emergency department with acute unilateral leg swelling following aneurysm rupture into the vena cava. Abdominal examination raised the suspicion of intra-abdominal pathology which was confirmed with bedside ultrasound, followed by CT aorta. The… (More)
Two cases of calf muscle arteriovenous malformation in young women, presenting clinically as deep venous thrombosis, were initially detected by Tc-99m erythrocyte venography and later confirmed by arteriography. The role of this technique in the investigation of venous thrombosis is discussed, emphasizing the importance of the lateral calf view.