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The impact of ocular blood flow in glaucoma
- J. Flammer, S. Orgül, +5 authors E. Stefánsson
- Progress in Retinal and Eye Research
- 1 July 2002
The potential role of OBf in glaucoma is discussed and how a disturbance of OBF could increase the optic nerve's sensitivity to IOP is discussed. Expand
Direct costs of glaucoma and severity of the disease: a multinational long term study of resource utilisation in Europe
It is demonstrated for the first time in Europe that resource utilisation and direct medical costs of glaucoma management increase with worsening disease severity. Expand
Effect of timolol, latanoprost, and dorzolamide on circadian IOP in glaucoma or ocular hypertension.
- N. Orzalesi, L. Rossetti, T. Invernizzi, A. Bottoli, A. Autelitano
- Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
- 1 August 2000
Latanoprost seemed to lead to a fairly uniform circadian reduction in IOP, whereas timolol seemed to be less effective during the nighttime hours, whereas dorzolamide led to a significant reduction in nocturnal IOP. Expand
The IOL-Vip System: a double intraocular lens implant for visual rehabilitation of patients with macular disease.
The IOL-Vip System was shown to be effective and apparently well tolerated in improving the vision of patients with macular disease and best-corrected visual acuity, reading magnification, and reading distance improved in all cases of this low-vision patient series. Expand
Detection of glaucomatous visual field changes using the Moorfields regression analysis of the Heidelberg retina tomograph.
- S. Miglior, M. Guareschi, E. Albé, S. Gomarasca, M. Vavassori, N. Orzalesi
- American journal of ophthalmology
- 1 July 2003
In a broad clinical setting including normal subjects, patients with suspected POAG, and POAG patients, the HRT-MRA showed a high degree of diagnostic accuracy. Expand
Intraobserver and interobserver reproducibility in the evaluation of ultrasonic pachymetry measurements of central corneal thickness
- S. Miglior, E. Albé, M. Guareschi, G. Mandelli, S. Gomarasca, N. Orzalesi
- British Journal of Ophthalmology
- 1 February 2004
The measurement of CCT by means of ultrasonic pachymetry is highly reproducible, and the range of variability between two independent evaluations was ⩽±1% and ⩵± 2% respectively (95% confidence interval). Expand
The effect of latanoprost, brimonidine, and a fixed combination of timolol and dorzolamide on circadian intraocular pressure in patients with glaucoma or ocular hypertension.
- N. Orzalesi, L. Rossetti, A. Bottoli, E. Fumagalli, P. Fogagnolo
- Archives of ophthalmology
- 1 April 2003
Latanoprost and the fixed combination of timolol and dorzolamide led to similar circadian reductions in IOP, whereas brimonidine was less effective, particularly during the night. Expand
THE ULTRASTRUCTURE OF THE PIGMENT EPITHELIUM AND OF THE PHOTORECEPTOR-PIGMENT EPITHELIUM JUNCTION IN THE HUMAN RETINA.
The ultrastructure of retinal pigment epithelium and of its junctions with both the photoreceptors and the choroid was studied in two human eyes and suggests the existence of important metabolic relationships between pigment cells and photoreCEPTors. Expand
Comparison of the effects of latanoprost, travoprost, and bimatoprost on circadian intraocular pressure in patients with glaucoma or ocular hypertension.
The overall results seem to indicate that the 3 prostaglandin analogs are powerful agents in controlling round-the-clock IOP in POAG and OH patients. Expand
RETINAL ANGIOMATOUS PROLIFERATION: Natural History and Progression of Visual Loss
Retinal angiomatous proliferation is a distinct form of neovascular age-related macular degeneration with high vasogenic potential, having its own clinical course and visual prognosis, and progression to poor vision is common and rapid. Expand