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(Ophthalmology[TA])
17,366 results
  • Return to the Operating Room after Macular Surgery: IRIS Registry Analysis. [Journal Article]
  • OOphthalmology 2018 Feb 14
  • Parke DW, Lum F
  • CONCLUSIONS: This registry-based study encompassed a large number of patients but was limited by the inaccessibility of some information and the potential for inaccurate medical records or coding, as it obtained data from multiple electronic health records entities. Excluding cataract surgery, approximately 6% of eyes that underwent vitrectomy to address macular hole or epiretinal membrane returned for a second ophthalmic procedure within a year. In the macular hole group, most secondary non-cataract surgeries were for another macular hole repair procedure. For both macular holes and epiretinal membranes, approximately 2% of eyes required retinal detachment repair surgery within 1 year.
  • Comparison of 1-year outcomes after Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation with and without Ologen adjuvant. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMC Ophthalmol 2018 Feb 14; 18(1):45
  • Kim TJ, Kang S, … Park KH
  • CONCLUSIONS: OAGV surgery shows encouraging results for patients with refractory glaucoma, specifically with respect to the achievement of complete success and the reduction of the number of IOP-lowering medications during the early hypertensive phase. Furthermore, our results suggest that occurrence of the early hypertensive phase is predictive of which patients will require IOP-lowering medications at postoperative 6 months and 1 year.
  • A systematic study on the prevention and treatment of retinopathy of prematurity in China. [Journal Article]
  • BOBMC Ophthalmol 2018 Feb 14; 18(1):44
  • Xu S, Liang Z, … Luo X
  • CONCLUSIONS: The ROP screening and treatment status have demonstrated significant regional diversity due to uneven distribution of medical resources in China. Developed areas had established intraregional cooperation models, whereas less-developed areas should consider set up a large-scale, three-level ROP prevention network. It is of paramount importance that education and training towards ophthalmologists should be vigorously strengthened. It is strongly recommended that implement ROP telemedicine and integrated ROP prevention and management platforms through the Internet should be established.
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