Mathew Shulman

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Endogenous fungal endophthalmitis is being increasingly recognized in susceptible individuals. We report a case of endogenous endophthalmitis due to Fusarium solani that occurred as the sole clinical manifestation of fungal disease in an immunocompromised host. Four previously reported cases of endogenous fusarial endophthalmitis are also reviewed. Two of(More)
INTRODUCTION Uveitis is an intriguing group of disorders characterized by inflammation of the uveal tract. Due to the potential grave consequences of the disease process, it is important to assess the various therapeutic options available for treating uveitis, and their outcomes. AREAS COVERED This review discusses the use of conventional agents in the(More)
PURPOSE This study aims to investigate the relationship between macular sensitivity and thickness in eyes with uveitic macular edema (UME). DESIGN This study is a prospective observational case series. METHODS The setting for this study was clinical practice. The study included 59 (28 with UME, 31 without UME) eyes of 26 patients with uveitis and 19(More)
ALADIN (Analytab Products, Plainview, N.Y.) is an automated instrument that uses video imaging (computer-assisted guided video camera) for the determination of biochemical and antimicrobial susceptibility test reactions. This collaborative investigation compared video-generated results obtained with ALADIN with visually determined findings. Both approaches(More)
Regulatory issues in graft development range from mundane to complex because of the extensive diversity in graft technology. This article, describes the regulatory differentiation between types of grafts, incorporating a description of the system for classifying devices by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Information relating to the need for and the(More)
Occasionally accidents and complications occur during anaesthesia and perioperative care that result in injury to the patient. Unfortunately, this is sometimes due to a breach in the anaesthetist's duty of care to the patient. Sometimes, rather than being the cause of immediate damage, the act or omission results in an alteration in the prognosis of the(More)
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