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Canaloplasty: Current Value in the Management of Glaucoma
- C. Cagini, Claudia Peruzzi, T. Fiore, L. Spadea, M. Lippera, S. Lippera
- MedicineJournal of ophthalmology
- 30 April 2016
Canaloplasty in combination with cataract surgery is a suitable option in patients with clinically significant lens opacities and combines the major complications of fistulating surgery related to blebs and hypotony.
Patient Safety in Ophthalmology
- M. Lippera, J. Bijon, C. Eandi, G. Virgili
- MedicineTextbook of Patient Safety and Clinical Risk…
- 15 December 2020
This chapter presents general safety issues in ophthalmic surgery and focuses on the most common procedures: cataract surgery and intravitreal injection therapy.
Xen Gel Stent as a minimally invasive option for intraocular pressure control after DSAEK: A case study
Xen45 Gel Stent implantation appears to be a promising option in preventing or limiting glaucoma in patients who have previously undergone DSAEK, a brief, minimally invasive procedure with reduced postoperative inflammation, faster visual recovery and a lower risk of graft damage or hypotony, even in the case of PXF glau coma.
[Continuous spinal anesthesia: first clinical evaluations].
Microbubble technique in failed deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty: 2-year outcomes
- S. Lippera, Giuseppe Pallotta, Piero Ferroni, M. Lippera, L. Spadea, C. Cagini
- MedicineEuropean journal of ophthalmology
- 1 March 2018
The microbubble technique appears to be a valid alternative as it was safe and provided good functional results in patients with keratoconus and all patients showed a regular interface between donor and recipient tissue.
Outcome and genetic analysis of patients affected by retinal capillary hemangioblastoma in von Hippel Lindau syndrome
Early screening and close monitoring are recommended for every patient with VHL syndrome independently of the results of the molecular test for a missense or a truncating mutation in VHL.
Ocular Filariasis via Dirofilaria Repens in a Fibrotic, Filtering Bleb.
Outer nuclear layer relevance in visual function correlated to quantitative enface OCT parameters in Stargardt disease
Enface OCT permits a rapid and precise quantitative evaluation of the macular PHR and RPE atrophy area in STGD and the OCT parameter that showed the highest correlation with visual acuity was the ONL thickness.
Choroidal Caverns in Stargardt Disease
- D. Mucciolo, D. Giorgio, Vittoria Murro
- MedicineInvestigative ophthalmology & visual science
- 1 February 2022
Purpose To report choroidal caverns in patients affected by recessive Stargardt disease (STGD1) and to investigate its clinical features. Methods Retrospective analysis of STGD1 patients recruited at…