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The Diabetic Retinopathy Study
Diabetic retinopathy has become one of the four most common causes of blindness in the United States. 1 Although photocoagulation has been employed in its treatment for more than ten years, its trueExpand
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The Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study (COMS) randomized trial of pre-enucleation radiation of large choroidal melanoma I: characteristics of patients enrolled and not enrolled. COMS report no. 9.
PURPOSE To describe the baseline characteristics and status of patients enrolled in the Collaborative Ocular Melanoma Study (COMS) randomized clinical trial of pre-enucleation radiation of largeExpand
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Diabetic retinopathy study
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MACULAR HOLE CAUSED BY A 589-NANOMETER DYE LASER OPERATING FOR 10 NANOSECONDS
A dye laser emitting 589 nm light for 10 nsec caused an accidental burn of the center of a human macula. Initially, blood streamed from the choroid through the disintegrated retina into the vitreous.Expand
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Diseases Affecting the Inner Blood-Retinal Barrier
The inner blood-retinal barrier (I-BRB) is affected by a surprising array of ocular diseases, often with deterioration of vision. These retinal vasculopathies can be classified1’2 within theExpand
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[Long association tracts of the human white matter: an analysis of 18 hemisphere dissections and in vivo HARDI-CSD tractography].
BACKGROUND Anatomy of the conduction tracts of the cerebral cortex has been studied for a long time. Invention of diffusion tensor tractography renewed interest in this subject. The objectives ofExpand
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[Clinical guidelines for the use of intraoperative fluorescence diagnosis in brain tumor surgery].
In this paper, we present a review of current literature on the application of intraoperative fluorescence diagnosis and fluorescence spectroscopy using 5-aminolevulinic acid in surgery for variousExpand
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Hemorrhages in Ophthalmology: A Hemostatic Approach
This is a good book that deserves to be read by clinicians and investigators alike. Some of the questions it raises include the following: Why are some hyphemas clotted and others liquid? Why areExpand
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[The phenomenon of long-term survival in glioblastoma patients. Part I: the role of clinical and demographic factors and an IDH1 mutation (R 132 H)].
The median overall survival of glioblastoma patients is about 15 months. Only a small number of patients survive 3 years. The factors of a favorable prognosis for the 'longevity phenomenon' inExpand
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