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[An experimental and clinical study of chorioretinal photocoagulation using a frequency-doubled Nd: YAG laser].
A new frequency-doubled Nd: YAG laser system which works on 100 volts AC and emits continuous wave green laser light of 532 nm is developed and is considered to be usable clinically. Expand
[Experimental study on the retinal tear. 1. Scanning electron microscopic observation of the retinal tear after long term observation (author's transl)].
[Retinal pigment epithelial cells after xenon arc photocoagulation in the detached retina of the rabbits--scanning electron microscopic observation (author's transl)].
[Scanning electron microscopic observation of the vitreoretinal junction after xenon arc photocoagulation (author's transl)].
Extraction of dislocated lenses using vitrectomy techniques.
From these surgical results, it seems to be reasonable to extract surgically the dislocated lens before the eye is severely damaged, unless chorioretinal atrophy or glaucoma were not accompanied. Expand
[Repair of the retinal pigment epithelium after xenon arc photocoagulation in the detached retina. --Scanning electron microscopic observation-- (author's transl)].
[Electron microscopic studies of epinephrine choroiditis in rabbits. 3. Scanning electron microscopic observations of the retinal pigment epithelial cells in the early stage (author's transl)].
[A study of foveal reflex (author's transl)].