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Hypertensive retinopathy: a cause of decreased visual acuity in children.
Hypertensive retinopathy may present atypically in children. Delays in diagnosis may result in permanent visual loss, as demonstrated in three cases we saw.
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Intermittent downbeat nystagmus secondary to vermian arachnoid cyst with associated obstructive hydrocephalus.
A 27-year-old man presented with a history of dizziness and intermittent vertical oscillopsia after oblique extension of the head and neck, following a neck injury 2 years previously. He had no otherExpand
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Convergence substitution for paralysed horizontal gaze.
Three patients with paralysed horizontal gaze are presented. Involuntary use of convergence to assist horizontal gaze was noted as a late feature. All patients showed (1) unilateral or bilateralExpand
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Comparing the Tonojet disposable tonometer with the traditional Goldmann tonometer in glaucomatous and non-glaucomatous eyes
Applanation tonometry is widely performed as the most accurate method of measuring intraocular pressure in the clinical setting. Disposable tonometer heads reduce the risk of transmitting infectionExpand
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Acyclovir (Zovirax) in herpetic disciform keratitis.
Forty patients with disciform keratitis were randomly assigned to double-blind treatment with 3% acyclovir and 0.01% betamethasone drops or acyclovir and matching placebo. All patients who receivedExpand
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Acyclovir in herpes keratitis.
Herpes simplex keratitis accounts for 50 percent of patients presenting at our corneal clinic. Studies of the use of acyclovir in dendritic and geographic ulceration and disciform keratitis areExpand
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Comparison of the efficacy and toxicity of acyclovir and of adenine arabinoside when combined with dilute betamethasone in herpetic disciform keratitis: preliminary results of a double-blind trial.
Acyclovir is an effective and relatively non-toxic antiviral agent which has recently been introduced for the treatment of herpes virus infections in man. When combined with dilute steroid, acyclovirExpand
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Ocular complications of acoustic neuroma surgery
AIM To analyse the risk factors involved in the development of ocular complications after acoustic neuroma resection, in particular corneal complications and visual loss, and to identify measuresExpand
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Penetrating eye injury caused by a golf tee
Editor,—We report a case of penetrating eye injury caused by a golf tee. We feel that this may have been a one off event; however, the paucity of information in the literature regarding ocular golfExpand
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Randomised double-blind trial of acyclovir (Zovirax) and adenine arabinoside in herpes simplex amoeboid corneal ulceration.
Fifty-one patients were treated in a dual-centre, double-blind comparison of acyclovir and adenine arabinoside in herpetic amoeboid (geographic) corneal ulceration. Twenty-four of the 25 patientsExpand
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