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The clinical history and the pathohistological findings of both eyes of a homosexual man with AIDS and cytomegalovirus (CMV) infection are reported. A CMV panuveitis with cytomegalic transformation of vascular endothelium was present in the posterior and anterior uvea as well as a typical CMV...
The patient, who is now 60, had a nevus and areas of cystic changes in the conjunctiva in her right eye, which had been present from birth to the age of 59. In 1987, rapid tumor growth aroused suspicion that malignant change could be occurring and so the nevus as well as the area of the...
20 eyes of 11 patients suffering from most severe eye burns of grade 4 or worse were treated in addition to various other drugs with epiderm growth factor (EGF) or placebo in a double-blind test. Among 10 eyes treated with EGF, 6 achieved complete regeneration of the corneal epithelium, and 1...
Six persons with retinitis pigmentosa and exudative vasculopathy were observed within a group of 110 patients with retinitis pigmentosa seen during 5 years. Two new hypotheses are formulated in order to explain the origin of this relationship.
Detection of inflammatory lesions of the optic nerve by magnetic resonance imaging requires a special imaging technique. In 3 patients with persisting visual loss due to retrobulbar neuritis we scanned the optic nerve with a short inversion recovery sequence. In each of the 3 patients magnetic...
Cystic fibrosis is characterized by an abnormally high electrolyte concentration in exocrine secretions. The authors performed the tear mucus ferning test in 26 eyes of children with cystic fibrosis and compared the results to those in an equal number of age-matched normals. The results suggest...
Using electron microscopy, we examined an eye obtained at autopsy in which a C-loop intraocular lens had been implanted into the posterior chamber 2 years and 4 months prior to the patient’s death. The lens was affixed with the superior loop outside the capsular bag and the inferior loop within...
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