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A comparison of Fluoracaine and Fluorox on corneal epithelial cell desquamation after Goldmann Applanation Tonometry.
Fluoracaine causes marginally less stinging--however, clinically and statistically more corneal desquamation--than Fluorox after GAT, andCorneal integrity after use of fluorescein/proparacaine should be evaluated even 20 minutes after G AT procedures for corneals disruption.
Validity Reassessment of Developmental Eye Movement (DEM) Test in the Italian Population
The confirmation of validity has created a more appropriate baseline for a future standardization of the DEM test in the Italian population and permits differentiation of ocular motility and naming problems.
The Developmental Eye Movement (DEM) Test: Normative Data for Italian Population
Normative data for the Italian population on the Developmental Eye Movement Test and comparison with other normative data suggests the application of a specific norm for each population because the DEM test appears to be a language and a cultural dependent test for all variables investigated.
A retrospective study on presbyopia onset and progression in a Hispanic population.
Characteristics of urban Hispanic patients with diabetes presenting for eye care services.
Patients seen in an urban optometric setting and compares them with a hospital-based ophthalmology clinic in the same community were more likely to be male, and were less likely to have insurance and morelikely to be newly diagnosed with diabetes.