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Radial peripapillary capillaries of the retina. I. Anatomy: human and comparative.
  • P. Henkind
  • Medicine
  • The British journal of ophthalmology
  • 1 February 1967
DESCRIBED herein is a superficial layer of capillaries which occupies the peripapillary region of the retina in man and some animals. These vessels have received but scant attention in the pastExpand
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RPE destruction causes choriocapillary atrophy.
The authors have obtained evidence that destruction of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) causes choriocapillaris (CC) atrophy. The observations led us to hypothesize that the RPE modulates CCExpand
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The Retinal Circulation
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Ocular neovascularization. The Krill memorial lecture.
  • P. Henkind
  • Medicine
  • American journal of ophthalmology
  • 1 March 1978
The various vascular systems of the eye can undergo new vessel formation. In this presentation, I discuss new vessel growth in the cornea, lens, iris, ciliary body, choroid, retina, and optic nerveExpand
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Neovascularization of the iris (rubeosis iridis).
This is a review of neovascularization of the iris and the neovascular glaucoma that often follows. With the aging of our population, this has become a more frequent cause of blindness andExpand
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Multiple myeloma and its ocular manifestations.
Multiple myeloma is a malignancy of the cells of the immune system that frequently involves the eye. Cysts of the ciliary body have been reported in 33-50% of myeloma patients, and retinal vascularExpand
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Ocular manifestations of ethambutol, Toxic amblyopia after administration of an experimental antituberculous drug.
Introduction Ethambutol* (2,2'-(ethylenediamino) di1-butanol) is an experimental drug which shows promise against resistant tubercle bacilli. It has been used experimentally in patients refractory toExpand
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Histopathology of ischemic optic neuropathy.
A 67-year-old woman, a retired writer, was ad­ mitted to the hospital on March IS, 1968. She stated that she had been in excellent health until the previous summer, when she noted an unusual lack ofExpand
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Ocular findings in the facioauriculovertebral sequence (Goldenhar-Gorlin syndrome).
We reviewed the ocular findings in 57 consecutive patients with the facioauriculovertebral sequence (Goldenhar-Gorlin syndrome). Epibulbar choristomas were detected in 18 cases (32%), a much lowerExpand
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Correlative 24-hour relationships between intraocular pressure and plasma cortisol in normal subjects and patients with glaucoma.
It has been known for many years that there is a 24-hour cycle of intraocular pressure (IOP) in normal subjects and in patients with glaucoma (Boyd and McLeod, i964; Drance, i963; DukeElder, I952;Expand
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