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Identifying more reliable parameters for the detection of change during the follow-up of mild to moderate keratoconus patients

Background Reaching a consensus on which parameters are most reliable at detecting progressive keratoconus patients with serial topography imaging is not evident. The aim of the study was to isolate the parameters best positioned to detect keratoconus progression using the Pentacam HR® measures based on the respective limits of repeatability and range of measurement. Method Using...

Clinical Outcomes after Keraring Implantation for Keratoconus Management in Patients Older Than 40 Years: A Retrospective, Interventional, Cohort Study

have given final approval for the version to be published. Disclosures. Zisis Gatzioufas, Aye Khine, Mohamed Elalfy, Ivo Guber, Cameron McLintock, Francesco Sabatino, Samer Hamada and Damian Lake have

Predictability of refraction following immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery (ISBCS) performed under general anaesthesia

Background To evaluate the predictability of refraction following immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery (ISBCS) performed under general anaesthesia. Methods This is a retrospective review of all ISBCS performed at Kantonsspital Winterthur, Switzerland, between April 2000 and September 2013. The case notes of 250 patients were reviewed. Patients having full refraction...

Choroidal metastases in testicular choriocarcinoma, successful treatment with chemo- and radiotherapy: a case report

Background Choriocarcinoma is a very rare cause of ocular metastasis. Only 18 male patients have been reported on, 4 of whom survived, but with significant loss of vision. Case presentation A 26-year-old Caucasian man, suffering from testicular choriocarcinoma with pulmonary, cerebral, renal, hepatic and osseous metastases, underwent left radical orchiectomy. While being treated...

ISRCTN12125882 - Influence of topical anti-VEGF (Ranibizumab) on the outcome of filtration surgery for glaucoma - Study Protocol

Background Excessive wound healing, with scarring of the episcleral tissue or encapsulation of the filtering bleb is the main reason for failure in trabeculectomy. Ranibizumab, an inhibitor of the Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF), is seen as a promising candidate to prevent or treat extensive wound healing. We describe the design of a two phased study, i) assessing the...