Laurent Lamer

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We examined ciprofloxacin levels in the aqueous humor, vitreous, or subretinal fluid in 40 patients undergoing cataract extraction, vitrectomy, or scleral buckling. Ciprofloxacin, 750 mg, was administered orally an average of 17 1/2 and 5 1/2 hours preoperatively. We obtained mean ciprofloxacin levels of 0.53 microgram/ml in aqueous humor, 0.51 microgram/ml(More)
The long-term effects of extended wear contact lenses (Perfilcon A [Permalens]) for myopia have been studied among 400 patients in a private clinic from December 1977 to September 1982. The drawbacks and possible complications were evaluated. With the exception of one case, no permanent modification of the cornea or ocular adnexa was found. The high rate of(More)
A 26-year-old woman had an enlarging dense macular lesion in the right eye. The funduscopic and angiographic findings were distinctly different from those in macular histoplasmosis. She was found to have a coccidioidomycotic granuloma in the left lung and was treated with amphotericin B. Within a month the macular lesion was cicatricial. This appears to be(More)
Twelve diabetic patients presenting a preproliferative or proliferative retinopathy were the subjects of our study. We studied the modifications of the visual fields, analyzed by computerized perimetry, after panretinal photocoagulation (PRP). For every patient, two techniques of PRP were applied, one on each eye: C: conventional scattered treatment, G:(More)