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Triamcinolone Acetonide Facilitates Removal of the Epiretinal Membrane and Separation of the Residual Vitreous Cortex in Highly Myopic Eyes with Retinal Detachment due to a Macular Hole
TLDR
Intraoperative visualization of the epiretinal membrane and residual posterior vitreous cortex with triamcinolone acetonide was found to be a useful adjunct to vitrectomy. Expand
Double Visualization Using Triamcinolone Acetonide and Trypan Blue during Stage 3 Macular Hole Surgery
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Double visualization of the posterior vitreous cortex and ILM using triamcinolone acetonide and trypan blue during vitrectomy may facilitate separation of theory from the retina and removal of the ILM around the macular hole in patients with idiopathic stage 3 macular holes. Expand
Successfully Treated Optic Nerve Infiltration with Adult T‐Cell Lymphoma
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This patient represents the first report of successfully treated optic nerve infiltration with adult T-cell leukemia caused by human T-lymphotropic virus type-I infection. Expand
Detection of CMV DNA in the Aqueous Humor of AIDS Patients with CMV Retinitis by AMPLICOR CMV Test
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The AMPLICOR CMV test was found to be a reliable tool for differentiating active and inactive CMV retinitis, and is useful for helping to select the optimal treatment regimen. Expand
Incidence, risk factors, and clinical outcomes of cataracts following hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
TLDR
A multivariate analysis revealed that age, acute and chronic graft versus host disease (GVHD), and systemic infection were significant risk factors for cataract, whereas neither steroid nor total body irradiation (TBI)-containing regimens affected the development of cataracts. Expand
Posterior capsule staining and posterior continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis in congenital cataract.
TLDR
The PCCC in congenital cataract combined with anterior vitrectomy was successfully completed because of better visualization of the stained posterior capsule flap against the transparent anterior hyaloid face of the vitreous. Expand
Trypan-Blue- and Endoillumination-Assisted Phacoemulsification in Eyes with Vitreous Hemorrhage during Combined Cataract and Vitreous Surgery
TLDR
The described double visualization technique may assist phacoemulsification in selected cases of cataract with vitreous hemorrhage. Expand
Intraocular and Plasma HIV-1 RNA in HIV-infected Patients with CMV Retinitis and HIV-infected Controls
TLDR
Findings point to the risk of percutaneous injury from a sharp instrument used in HIV-infected patients during ophthalmic surgery and possible transmission of HIV during such surgery and to the use of surgical instruments that reduce the likelihood of injury. Expand
High-frequency ultrasonographic imaging in suprachoroidal hemorrhage after filtering surgery.
TLDR
A 64-year-old woman with glaucoma had suprachoroidal hemorrhage approximately 6 hours after trabeculectomy, and high-frequency ultrasonography detected persistence of the choroidal detachment in the peripheral area. Expand
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