Kulwant Kaur

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PURPOSE Anterior ischemic optic neuropathy (AION) is an important cause of acute vision loss in adults, and there is no effective treatment. We studied early changes following experimental AION and tested the benefit of a potential treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS We induced experimental AION in adult mice and tested the effects of short-term (daily for 3(More)
1 Uparkar M, Kaul S. Laser barrage anterior to ridge in threshold ROP-caveat. Eye (Lond) 2013; 27(8): 994. 2 Ells AL, Gole GA, Lloyd Hildebrand P, Ingram A, Wilson CM, Geoff Williams R. Posterior to the ridge laser treatment for severe stage 3 retinopathy of prematurity. Eye (Lond) 2013; 27(4): 525–530. 3 Lepore D, Molle F, Pagliara MM, Baldascino A, Angora(More)
PURPOSE To compare and evaluate Teller Acuity Cards (TAC) and Cardiff Acuity Cards (CAC) to assess vision in children below the age of two. METHODS The study evaluated TAC and CAC to assess visual acuity in 90 normal children divided into three age groups, 0-6 months (group I), 6-12 months (group II) and 12-24 months (group III). 30 cases of unilateral(More)
OBJECTIVE The administration of exogenous hyaluronic acid can increase the repair potential of damaged tissue. This study was conducted to verify whether or not the hyaluronic acid enhances the repair process in perforations of tympanic membrane. Hyaluronic acid is commercially available as its sodium salt. STUDY DESIGN Thirty patients with dry central(More)
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