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Comparison of deep sclerectomy with collagen implant and trabeculectomy in open-angle glaucoma.
PURPOSE To assess the efficacy and postoperative complications of deep sclerectomy with collagen implant (DSCI), a nonpenetrating filtration procedure. SETTING Glaucoma Unit, Department ofExpand
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Ultrasound biomicroscopy of eyes undergoing deep sclerectomy with collagen implant.
AIMS--To assess the intraocular pressure (IOP) lowering mechanism of deep sclerectomy with collagen implant (DSCI), a non-penetrating glaucoma surgery. METHODS--Nine eyes of nine patients withExpand
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[Comparative study of administration time of mitomycin C in trabeculectomy: 2.5 or 5 minutes?].
BACKGROUND To analyse the inocuity and the incidence of complications of a 0.2 mg/ml solution of Mitomycin C (M.M.C.), for two application time, 2.5 or 5 minutes. METHODS 110 trabeculectomies wereExpand
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Alport's Syndrome
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Prevention of glaucoma during hemodialysis by mannitol and acetazolamide.
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Delineation of a 1-cM Region on Distal 5q Containing the Locus for Corneal Dystrophies Groenouw Type I and Lattice Type I and Exclusion of the Candidate Genes SPARC and LOX
Granular Groenouw type I (CDGG1) and lattice type I (CDL1) corneal dystrophies are two distinct potentially blinding conditions. These two entities were recently mapped to a region on chromosome 5q.Expand
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Double-blind study in the treatment of normal tension glaucoma with naftidrofuryl.
Naftidrofuryl is an antiserotonin S2-specific agent, with the three following effects: (1) peripheral vasodilatation, (2) antiaggregation and (3) increase in cellular metabolic. These effects couldExpand
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One year follow‐up of IOGEL intraocular lenses with ciliary sulcus fixation
ABSTRACT Fifty‐one soft hydrogel posterior chamber intraocular lenses (IOLs) were implanted in the ciliary sulcus after planned extracapsular cataract extractions. In nine cases the IOLs wereExpand
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[Short and long-term advantages and disadvantages of prolene monofilament sutures in penetrating keratoplasty].
The authors have studied the short and long-term advantages and inconveniences of Prolene monofilament sutures employed in perforating keratoplastic surgery. Contrary to Nylon, Prolene has theExpand
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Alport's syndrome. Clinicopathological considerations.
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