M D Miranda-Rollón

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PURPOSE To compare recurrence rate, complications, and biomicroscopical findings after conjunctival autograft pterygium surgery with the use of a fibrin glue (Tissucol Duo, Baxter AG, Vienna, Austria) or suture (7-0 silk). METHODS Patients with nasal pterygium were included in two groups of conjunctival autograft surgery. In 9 of them the graft was(More)
CASE REPORT We present a 46-year-old man diagnosed initially with atypical adenoviral conjunctivitis and advanced marginal queratolysis with risk of perforation. The final diagnosis was gonococcal keratoconjunctivitis. The patient was successfully treated with amniotic membrane transplant, topic and systemic ceftriaxone (50 mg/ml and 1 grame/12 hours(More)
CLINICAL CASE Congenital retinal macrovessels, where an aberrant retinal vessel, usually a venule, is present in the posterior pole and may cross the avascular foveal region, are seen rarely. DISCUSSION Most of these cases are unilateral and stable with excellent visual prognosis and are detected on routine examination. Foveal cysts, hemorrhages and(More)
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