Jorge Arruga-Ginebreda

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CLINICAL CASE A 46-year-old man, treated with peginterferon alpha 2-b and ribavirin for hepatitis C, experienced progressive painless blurring of vision in his left eye over a period of 4 days. Fundoscopy revealed pale temporal segmental edema of the optic disc and retina. Ocular examination and blood tests ruled out other disorders which could explain the(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine the medium-term outcome of Ahmed implants inserted through a needle tract at 5 mm from limbus that eliminates the need for a donor scleral graft. METHODS A retrospective case series of 19 patients undergoing Ahmed implant surgery for refractory glaucoma with a mean follow-up of 12 months. Primary outcome measures included control of(More)
In patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) there is an 8% incidence of neuro-ophthalmological changes. The commonest of these neuro-ophthalmological changes are: 1) Cranial nerve pareses 2) Optic neuropathy and 3) Pupil disorders. The cranial nerve pareses are usually combined, rather than single, and are due to intraparenchymatous(More)
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