Steve Aldington

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AIM To determine preoperative demographic, clinical, and optical coherence tomography (OCT) factors which might predict the visual and anatomical outcome at 1 year in patients undergoing vitrectomy and inner limiting membrane peel for diabetic macular oedema (DMO). METHODS A prospective, interventional case series of 33 patients who completed 1 year(More)
Purpose To compare clinical examination using green light with clinical examination using white light in detecting early diabetic retinopathy (DR) in juvenile diabetic patients with disease for 10 or more years.Methods All patients were examined clinically using both green light and white light to determine the presence of DR. Each patient underwent(More)
The primary aim of TOSCA-Imaging, which was a part of the TOSCA Project financed by EU's Fifth Framework IST Programme, was to develop Internet based software and image data bases for screening and diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy and implementing it into a real life situation. The work consisted of: 1) Construction of an Internet based communication(More)
We present the case of a young female who, upon investigation for hypertension, was found to have a ureteric stricture secondary to endometriosis. After excision of the stricture and an end-to-end ureteric anastomosis the patient's blood pressure returned to normal. This case highlights the need to investigate fully hypertension in young people and to(More)
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