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Relative letter and position difficulty on visual acuity charts from the Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study.
Ten Sloan letters were used in the visual acuity charts developed for use in the Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study. We used the data from the 3,710 Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy StudyExpand
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The progression of myopia in school age children: data from the Columbia Medical Plan.
The purpose of this study was to characterize the clinical course of myopia in a selected pediatric population. The computerized records of a health maintenance organization provided longitudinalExpand
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HLA associations and ancestry in Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease and sympathetic ophthalmia.
A strong association with HLA antigens DR4, DRw53, and Bw54 has previously been reported among Japanese patients with Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease (VKH) and sympathetic ophthalmia (SO). In the UnitedExpand
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Lens opacities in neurofibromatosis 2: further significant correlations.
This prospective study of 96 individuals from 29 families with neurofibromatosis 2, 49 of whom were affected, confirms in an extended series the previously reported association between posteriorExpand
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Potential vision tests in patients with cataracts.
PURPOSE To determine the limits of usefulness of the potential acuity meter (PAM) and the laser interferometer (LI) in determining potential visual acuity in various severities and types ofExpand
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The association of posterior capsular lens opacities with bilateral acoustic neuromas in patients with neurofibromatosis type 2.
This study of 47 patients from 11 families with neurofibromatosis type 2 (NF 2) confirms our previously reported association between posterior capsular cataract and NF 2. A highly significantExpand
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A masked, randomized, dose-response study between cyclosporine A and G in the treatment of sight-threatening uveitis of noninfectious origin.
Thirty-two patients with sight-threatening uveitis and a decrease in visual acuity requiring systemic therapy were randomly assigned to either cyclosporine A or G in a dose-escalation study. GroupsExpand
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Reproducibility of the NEI Scheimpflug Cataract Imaging System.
PURPOSE The NEI Scheimpflug Cataract Imaging System was developed to allow for easy, accurate and reproducible image analysis of nuclear cataracts. This study was undertaken to determine theExpand
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Study of nuclear cataract progression using the National Eye Institute Scheimpflug system.
AIMS--A study was conducted to determine the capability of the recently developed National Eye Institute (NEI) Scheimpflug cataract imaging system in detecting changes in the nuclear region of theExpand
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Computerized cataract detection and classification.
156 eyes of patients and normal volunteers were classified at the slit lamp into the following pure groups: normal (n = 50), nuclear (n = 39), cortical (n = 33) and PSC (n = 34). The eyes wereExpand
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