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  • Effect of iris show on perceived upper eyelid height. [Journal Article]
  • CJCan J Ophthalmol 2018; 53(5):462-465
  • Evans JA, Clark TJE, … Shriver EM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Decreased iris show corresponds to perceived lowering of the upper eyelid in light-coloured irides (e.g., blue and green), but may be less impactful in brown and/or dark brown irides where the iris tissue is less distinguishable from the pupil. Topical instillation of apraclonidine may represent a nonsurgical option for treatment of mild blepharoptosis in patients with light irides as it both elevates the upper eyelid margin and induces miosis, resulting in an increase in iris show and corresponding enhanced perception of upper eyelid elevation.
  • StatPearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Sarao Manbeer S. MS UPMC Pinnacle Sakuru Raghachaitanya R University of Missouri
  • Adie syndrome is also called the Holmes-Adie Syndrome (HAS). It is named after William John Adie, the British neurologist of Australian descent, and Sir Gordon Morgan Holmes, an Irish neurologist. Th...
  • The Effect of Ambient Light Conditions on Quantitative Pupillometry. [Journal Article]
  • NCNeurocrit Care 2018 Sep 14
  • Ong C, Hutch M, Smirnakis S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Ambient light levels impact pupil parameters in both healthy and critically ill subjects. Changes in NPi under different light conditions are small and more consistent in healthy subjects, but significantly differ in the critically ill. Practitioners should standardize lighting conditions to maximize measurement reliability.
  • Ophthalmic complications following ocular penetration during routine dentistry in 13 cats. [Journal Article]
  • NZN Z Vet J 2018 Sep 09; :1-6
  • Volk HA, Bayley KD, … Billson FM
  • CONCLUSIONS: This case series demonstrates that globe penetration during dental procedures carries a poor prognosis for the eye. Clinicians should be aware of the risks of ocular trauma during dental procedures in cats and great care should be taken to avoid ocular penetration, particularly during tooth extractions. Transoral maxillary nerve blocks should be avoided or used with extreme caution in cats.
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