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UNLABELLED Bevacizumab is a recombinant humanized monoclonal antibody directed against vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). Though other VEGF inhibitors are being approved for the treatment of ophthalmological conditions, bevacizumab found its way into ophthalmology and clinical practice all around the world. The objective of this review is to present(More)
The authors present the case of a 27 years old man who came to our clinic for sudden, painless and profound bilateral loss of visual acuity in both eyes, 14 days ago, during hospitalization for an acute episode of abdominal pain. The clinical aspect correlated with the personal pathological aspects permitted us to establish the diagnosis of Purtscher(More)
RATIONALE Common ophthalmological problems are found in patients with eyelid tumors and include ocular surface diseases, such as dry eyes, eyelid disorders, excessive tearing and ocular inflammation. OBJECTIVE The potential correlation between the symptomatology, tear break-up time (TBUT) and lipocalin, lactoferrin and lysozyme concentrations in the tear(More)
RATIONALE Eyelids are very susceptible area for non-melanoma skin cancers; among that, basal cell carcinoma has the highest incidence (almost 90% of malignant eyelid tumors) and 50-60% of eyelid basal cell carcinomas appear on inferior eyelid. OBJECTIVE To analyze clinical features of inferior eyelid basal cell carcinoma and to determine the efficacy of(More)
INTRODUCTION This study reports our results relating to palpebral eyelid fissure and orbital measurements following evisceration with orbital implantation of hydroxyapatite integrated implant and PMMA implant. MATERIALS AND METHODS This study is a prospective study of 43 patients that underwent evisceration for different ocular affections at University(More)
RATIONALE Among the most frequently encountered pathologies examined by the ophthalmologist is dry eye syndrome (DE), which can be discovered particularly in the elderly. The initial diagnosis of DE is of high importance, but also challenging. This is because the biochemical changes in the tear film often develop before any detectable signs. OBJECTIVE In(More)
The unique and complex anatomy of the orbit requires significant contouring of the implants to restore the proper anatomy. Fractures of the orbital region have an incidence of 10-25% from the total facial fractures and the most common age group was the third decade of life. The majority of cases required reconstruction of the orbital floor to support the(More)
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