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Excyclotropia of the nonparetic eye in unilateral superior oblique muscle paralysis.
The Maddox double rod test showed subjective excyclotropia of the nonparetic eye in 15 of 60 patients with unilateral superior oblique muscle palsy. This response was reported consistently byExpand
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Superior oblique tenectomy in Brown's syndrome.
Since its description in 1950, numerous surgical techniques have been advocated to treat Brown's superior oblique tendon sheath syndrome. Of these, a tenectomy of the homolateral superior oblique hasExpand
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Dose related effects of 6-OHDA on rabbit retinal dopamine concentrations and ERG B-wave amplitudes
The purpose of this study was to examine the dose related effects of 6-hydroxydopamine (6-OHDA) on the electroretinographic (ERG) B-wave amplitude and on retinal concentrations of dopamine (DA) andExpand
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Painful hand and moving finger treated by wearing a glove
The authors report a patient with unilateral painful hand and moving finger in whom tactile stimulation interrupted both the movement and the pain. This effect suggests a gating mechanism at aExpand
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Effects of retinal dopamine depletion on the rabbit electroretinogram
This study evaluated the effects of intravitreal injections of 300 μg of 6-hydroxydopamine (6-OHDA) on electroretinogram (ERG) amplitudes and implicit response times of adult pigmented rabbits. OneExpand
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Lobular delayed choroidal perfusion as an early angiographic sign of diabetic retinopathy: a preliminary report.
Between January 1982 and December 1983 stereo colour photography covering 10 standard fields of 30 degrees and fluorescein angiography were performed in 64 consecutive patients with diabetes mellitusExpand
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Hyper-response and delay in the electroretinogram in acute ischemia.
Acute ischemia was induced in 11 adult albino rabbits by clamping the retrobulbar blood vessels and in 5 others by raising the intraocular pressure. Total ischemia was achieved by raising theExpand
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Electroretinographic recovery from controlled total ischemia.
Three groups of animals were studied during the four-hour period following their recovery from total occlusion of retinal circulation for periods of 30, 60 and 90 minutes. During incrementalExpand
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Results of superior oblique tenectomy in inferior oblique paresis.
Surgical weakening of the overacting ipsilateral superior oblique muscle in patients with isolated inferior oblique palsy consistently improves action of the paretic muscle. However, such patientsExpand
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Rod-cone differences in response to retinal ischemia in rabbit
Two series of experiments are reported on incremental increases of ischemia and monitoring of recovery from total ischemia of varying duration. In the first, rods show hyper-responses and cones doExpand
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