Flammer, "Systemic hypotension: a risk factor for glaucomatous
damage?" Ophthalmologica, vol.
Numerous studies have reported that IOPcc is higher than the GAT measurements in both normal and glaucomatous
Singh, "Diagnostic capability of optical coherence tomography in evaluating the degree of glaucomatous
retinal nerve fiber damage," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol.
The effect of dexamethasone in the glaucomatous
It is important to know the appearance of the normal optic disc because then the abnormal glaucomatous
disc will be more readily diagnosed.
DBA/2J mouse is a spontaneous model of glaucomatous
neurodegeneration, which develops a progressive form of pigmentary angle-closure glaucoma [10-13].
Patients with NTG had a glaucomatous
excavation of the optic disc and a glaucomatous
visual field defect as defined by the European Glaucoma Society .
Acute postoperative intraocular pressure rises after cataract surgery can result in CRAO and ischaemic optic neuropathy,2 more optic nerve damage in glaucomatous
eyes,3 postoperative pain4 and corneal oedema.5
Clues into the process have slowly come to light since the 1850s when the ophthalmoscope first allowed physicians to directly see the pathological changes occurring within an glaucomatous
Other topics include helicobacter pylori infection as a risk factor for glaucoma, computer-aided detection of glaucomatous
changes, and corneal endothelial cell stress during acute allogenic graft rejection.
Jack suffered from the blood condition chronic glaucomatous
disorder, which was destroying his immune system.
Central comeal thickness in normal, glaucomatous
, and ocular hypertensive eyes Arch Ophthalmol.