Takahiro Gotou

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INTRODUCTION Posterior capsule rupture causes instant vitreous contamination, resulting in endophthalmitis. However, transfer of intracameral moxifloxacin (MFLX) to the vitreous has not been examined in detail. We investigated vitreous antibiotic concentrations following intracameral MFLX in both ruptured and intact posterior capsular eyes. METHODS(More)
PURPOSE To assess the safety of intracameral injection of moxifloxacin (MFLX) using the total replacement technique [bag and chamber (BC) flushing]. METHODS The anterior chamber including the area behind the intraocular lens was irrigated and replaced using BC flushing. In Group A, 36 patients received balanced salt solution irrigation in the right eye(More)
Studies about the regiocontrolled addition of arylboronic acids to allenes using a palladium or a platinum catalyst have been described. The selectivity of the reaction can be altered by the choice of the metal reagent and base. Contrary to the formation of endo-olefinic products in the reactions using hydroxopalladium complex, predominant production of(More)
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