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Topographical evaluation of the decentration of orthokeratology lenses.
PURPOSE To evaluate the amount of lens decentration and various factors affecting decentration after orthokeratology lens wear and to observe the effect of decentration on the visual functions. Expand
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Mooren's ulcer in China: a study of clinical characteristics and treatment
AIMS To investigate the clinical characteristics and compare the effects of several methods of treatment of Mooren's corneal ulcer. METHODS 550 consecutive cases of Mooren's corneal ulcer wereExpand
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Differences Between Overnight and Long-term Wear of Orthokeratology Contact Lenses in Corneal Contour, Thickness, and Cell Density
Purpose: To investigate changes in corneal topography and morphology in human eyes wearing orthokeratology (OK) lenses for overnight and over a 5-year period. Materials and Methods: Fifty-six adultsExpand
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[Toxicity of amphotericin B to bovine corneal endothelial cells in tissue culture].
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Immunological studies on the cellular phenotype involved in corneal allograft rejection.
OBJECTIVE To investigate the cellular phenotype involved in corneal allograft rejection using wholemounts analysis. METHODS Corneal transplantation was performed between Sprague Dawley (SD) andExpand
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[Corneal topography and thickness in keratoconus].
  • Z. Liu, M. Zhang, +6 authors Z. Wang
  • Physics, Medicine
  • [Zhonghua yan ke za zhi] Chinese journal of…
  • 1 December 2002
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the corneal topography and pachymetry in keratoconus. METHODS Thirty-five patients (47 eyes) with keratoconus were evaluated by Orbscan corneal topography system. TheExpand
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[Effect of keratinocyte growth factor on corneal epithelial wound healing].
  • X. Zhong, X. Gong
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • [Zhonghua yan ke za zhi] Chinese journal of…
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OBJECTIVE To select effective methods for accelerating corneal epithelial wound healing and treating persistent corneal epithelial defect. METHODS Exogenous keratinocyte growth factor (KGF, 0.1Expand
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[Efficacy of rigid gas permeable contact lens for the correction of mixed astigmatism].
  • Z. Dai, X. Zhong, +4 authors J. Zeng
  • Medicine, Materials Science
  • Yan ke xue bao = Eye science
  • 1 December 2004
PURPOSE To evaluate the efficacy of rigid gas permeable contact lens (RGPCL) for the correction of mixed astigmatism. METHODS Patients with mixed astigmatism by mydriasis refraction were selectedExpand
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Study in cytotoxicity of gentamycin to corneal epithelium and endothelium in tissue culture.
A study in cytotoxicity of gentamycin to tissue-cultured bovine corneal endothelial cells and rabbit corneal epithelial cells is reported. When the cultured cells reached confluence, they wereExpand
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[Effects of contact lens wear on the corneal endothelium and sensitivity].
The corneal endothelium of 38 contact lens wearers (74 eyes) and 74 normal eyes for control was photographed and analyzed with specular microscopy and the graphic processing system. The centralExpand
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