Corneal Edema

Sep 11, 2016 by in OPHTHALMOLOGY Comments Off on Corneal Edema

or the cornea to maintain hydration, transparency, and metabolism, fluid must move throughout the stroma. But does the fluid move because of diffusion only between the stroma and the limiting…

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The Fugo Blade in Dermatology

Sep 11, 2016 by in OPHTHALMOLOGY Comments Off on The Fugo Blade in Dermatology

ver the past four decades, the practice of dermatology has evolved from a subspecialty to a full-fledged specialty, and it is still evolving. Dermatosurgery is almost a superspecialty for most…

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Von Hippel–Lindau Disease

Sep 11, 2016 by in OPHTHALMOLOGY Comments Off on Von Hippel–Lindau Disease

on Hippel–Lindau disease (VHL) is a genetic condition that involves the growth of angiomas in highly vascular areas of body, including the retina. Although the angioma from VHL can grow…

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Neovascular Glaucoma

Sep 11, 2016 by in OPHTHALMOLOGY Comments Off on Neovascular Glaucoma

he story of neovascular glaucoma never ends. The treatment—both medical and surgical—is difficult and failures are common. Lifelong follow-up and appropriate management are required. The Fugo blade, with its unique…

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Small-Pupil Cataract Surgery

Sep 11, 2016 by in OPHTHALMOLOGY Comments Off on Small-Pupil Cataract Surgery

hallmark of modern cataract surgery is excellent visualization with a modern coaxial operating microscope. As with any biologic phenomenon, dilation of the pupil can be quantitated by placing it on…

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Keratoprosthesis Surgery

Sep 11, 2016 by in OPHTHALMOLOGY Comments Off on Keratoprosthesis Surgery

lindness due to corneal disease is usually difficult or impossible to treat. Results of penetrating keratoplasty may be acceptable for classical indications, but in complicated situations such as profusely vascularized…

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