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Pseudophakic negative dysphotopsia: Surgical management and new theory of etiology
PURPOSE: To evaluate the benefit of various surgical methods to address pseudophakic negative dysphotopsia. SETTING: Private practice, Los Angeles, California, USA. DESIGN: Interventional caseExpand
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Ray-tracing optical modeling of negative dysphotopsia.
Negative dysphotopsia is a relatively common photic phenomenon that may occur after implantation of an intraocular lens. The etiology of negative dysphotopsia is not fully understood. In thisExpand
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Femtosecond laser‐assisted cataract incisions: Architectural stability and reproducibility
There is considerable interest in the potential relationship between postoperative endophthalmitis and clear corneal tunnel incisions for cataract surgery. Earlier work from Ernest et al. clearlyExpand
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The prevalence of adenoviral conjunctivitis at the Wills Eye Hospital Emergency Room.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to evaluate the prevalence of adenoviral conjunctivitis by analyzing data from a prospective clinical study of 50 consecutive patients presenting to the Wills EyeExpand
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Pituitary tumor registry: a novel clinical resource.
Pituitary adenomas result in clinical sequelae and accelerated mortality due to central mass effects or pituitary hormone hypersecretion and/or insufficiency. The low annual incidence and prolongedExpand
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Surgical management of negative dysphotopsia.
PURPOSE To evaluate curative and preventative surgical strategies for negative dysphotopsia. SETTING Private practice, Los Angeles, California, USA. DESIGN Retrospective case series. METHODSExpand
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Randomized comparison of postoperative use of hydrogel ocular bandage and collagen corneal shield for wound protection and patient tolerability after cataract surgery
PURPOSE: To compare the safety and efficacy of a hydrogel bandage and a collagen corneal shield in providing wound protection and relief of pain/discomfort in the acute period after uneventfulExpand
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Use of a calibrated force gauge in clear corneal cataract surgery to quantify point‐pressure manipulation
Purpose To develop and evaluate a calibrated force gauge designed to simulate the effect of patient‐induced manipulation of the eye with resultant elevation of intraocular pressure (IOP) and use theExpand
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Negative dysphotopsia: differences in the studies of an enigmatic optic phenomenon.
Editors' Note: Back issues of JCRS (first published in January 1975) and the European Journal of Implant & Refractive Surgery (first published in March 1989) are being scanned and uploaded to theExpand
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Dysphotopsia and oval intraocular lenses.
Post-cataract dysphotopsia represents undesired optical imagery other than entoptic phenomena from vitreoretinal traction. Patients might present with negative dysphotopsia, a dark crescent in theExpand
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