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Bag‐in‐the‐lens implantation of intraocular lenses
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A new intraocular lens (IOL) and an IOL implantation concept, designed to prevent posterior capsule opacification (PCO) seems promising in vivo and targeting patients at risk of PCO including those with congenital cataract, uveitis, diabetes, orCataract extraction combined with vitrectomy. Expand
A new glaucoma hypothesis: a role of glymphatic system dysfunction
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The observation of a dysfunctional glymphatic system in patients with glaucoma would provide support for the hypothesis recently proposed by the group that CSF circulatory dysfunction may play a contributory role in the pathogenesis ofglaucomatous damage. Expand
The Glymphatic Hypothesis of Glaucoma: A Unifying Concept Incorporating Vascular, Biomechanical, and Biochemical Aspects of the Disease
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En elucidation of a glymphatic clearance pathway in the eye could provide a new unifying hypothesis of glaucoma that can incorporate many aspects of the vascular, biomechanical, and biochemical theories of the disease. Expand
Secondary closure of posterior continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis in normal eyes and eyes at risk for postoperative inflammation
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Although PCCC does not prevent posterior capsule opacification in all cases, it is useful in specific situations. Expand
Secondary closure of posterior continuous curvilinear capsulorhexis
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Young adult eyes and eyes with underlying diabetic retinopathy or uveitis are at risk for total closure of the posterior CCC, and only young adult eyes required Nd:YAG laser capsulotomy after the anterior CCC. Expand
Senescent changes in cerebrospinal fluid circulatory physiology and their role in the pathogenesis of normal-tension glaucoma.
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It is believed that CSF circulatory failure, ultimately resulting in reduced neurotoxin clearance along the optic nerves, could be an alternative explanation as to why glaucoma develops in patients with low intracranial pressure. Expand
Clinical outcomes of cataract surgery after bag‐in‐the‐lens intraocular lens implantation following ISO standard 11979‐7:2006
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The BIL IOL met the ISO criteria; that is, primary PCCC was safe in healthy eyes and in eyes with ocular comorbidities and no eye developed PCO over a mean follow‐up of 26.1 ± 21.3 months. Expand
Cumulative neodymium:YAG laser rates after bag‐in‐the‐lens and lens‐in‐the‐bag intraocular lens implantation: Comparative study
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The bag‐in‐the‐lens implantation technique has 100% effectiveness against posterior capsule opacification and a zero rate has not been reported with lens‐in-the‐bag implantation of an IOL of the same biomaterial or of other biomaterials. Expand
Effect of bag‐in‐the‐lens implantation on posterior capsule opacification in human donor eyes and rabbit eyes
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Bag‐in‐the‐lens implantation was highly effective in preventing PCO in vitro and in vivo provided the anterior and posterior capsules were secured properly in the peripheral groove of the IOL. Expand
Are intracranial pressure fluctuations important in glaucoma?
TLDR
The question of whether ICP fluctuations also may be important in glaucoma is raised, as the effect of ICP fluctuation might be comparable to that of IOP fluctuation, which has been recognized as an independent risk factor for glAUcoma progression. Expand
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