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Effects of apomorphine, a dopamine receptor agonist, on ocular refraction and axial elongation in a primate model of myopia.
TLDR
It is suggested that apomorphine administration retards excessive axial elongation and the concomitant development of myopia associated with visual deprivation in primates.
Infantile cataracts.
TLDR
The morphology of infantile cataracts can be helpful in establishing their etiology and prognosis and intraocular lenses are gaining in popularity as an alternative means of optically correcting these eyes.
Outcomes after Intravitreal Bevacizumab versus Laser Photocoagulation for Retinopathy of Prematurity: A 5-Year Retrospective Analysis.
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Both IVB and PRP are effective treatment options for type 1 ROP with low complication rates and IVB was associated with less myopia than PRP, although longer follow-up was available for PRP.
Characteristics of a cohort of children with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis and JIA-associated Uveitis
TLDR
Young age at JIA diagnosis and the oligoarticular JIA subtype as predictors of uveitis development are confirmed and AA children appeared to have a more severe disease course manifested by increased ocular complications, vision loss and blindness.
Glaucoma-Related Adverse Events in the First 5 Years After Unilateral Cataract Removal in the Infant Aphakia Treatment Study.
TLDR
The results suggest that glaucoma-related adverse events are common and increase between ages 1 and 5 years in infants after unilateral cataract removal at 1 to 6 months of age; primary IOL placement does not mitigate their risk but surgery at a younger age increases the risk.
Is there a latent period for the surgical treatment of children with dense bilateral congenital cataracts?
TLDR
The results would suggest that good visual outcomes can be achieved beyond this age, but the incidence of poor visual outcomes increases if cataract surgery is delayed beyond 10 weeks of age.
The infant aphakia treatment study: design and clinical measures at enrollment.
TLDR
The Infant Aphakia Treatment Study was designed to provide empirical evidence of whether optical treatment with an IOL or a contact lens after unilateral cataract surgery during infancy is associated with a better visual outcome.
Pseudotumor cerebri in children.
TLDR
Quantitative perimetry and optic nerve examination were more sensitive than visual acuity determination in detecting damage to the visual sensory system in children diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri.
Long-term results of corneal graft survival in infants and children with peters anomaly.
TLDR
The overall long-term probability of maintaining a clear graft after initial penetrating keratoplasty for Peters anomaly is 35% +/- 0.06%, with subsequent grafts rarely surviving, and eyes with severe disease, larger donor corneas, coexisting central nervous system abnormalities, and anterior synechiae have significantly poorer outcomes.
Conjunctival granulomas caused by synthetic fibers: report of two cases and review of literature.
TLDR
It appears that conjunctival synthetic fiber granulomas are not a rare entity but are not recognized frequently by ophthalmologists.
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