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  • Unilateral Multifocal Intraocular Lens Implantation in a Patient with Adie's Pupil. [Journal Article]
  • CRCase Rep Ophthalmol 2018 May-Aug; 9(2):369-374
  • LoBue SA, Mano F, … LoBue TD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Optimizing success for MfIOL implantation is a multifactorial process. Large pupils preoperatively are of particular concern, as this may lead to increased dysphotopsia with pupil-dependent MfIOLs. Thus, patients with unilateral mydriasis, such as Aide's pupil, may have a beneficial outcome combining multifocal-monofocal implantation after bilateral cataract extraction, especially if they are not a candidate for monovision but desire spectacle independence.
  • A patient full of surprises: a body packer with cocaine intoxication, pneumococcal pneumonia and HIV infection. [Journal Article]
  • BEBMC Emerg Med 2018 Sep 04; 18(1):29
  • Luginbühl M, Junker T, Keller DI
  • CONCLUSIONS: With this case report, we emphasize the need to look for alternative diagnoses to intoxication and gastrointestinal obstruction in acutely ill body packers with atypical presentation. Special risks, such as underlying HIV infection and potential antimicrobial resistance according to the individual's geographical origin, should be taken into account while treating these patients.
  • [Profile of neovascular glaucoma in Senegalese patients]. [Journal Article]
  • JFJ Fr Ophtalmol 2018 Aug 27
  • Ndiaye-Sow MN, Seck SM, … Gueye NN
  • CONCLUSIONS: The etiologies are comparable to those described in the literature. The diagnosis was late and treatment limited by adverse economic conditions.NVG in Senegalese patients is an affection of men in their sixties. It is responsible for irreversible painful blindness for which treatment is difficult - thus the interest in prevention by strict monitoring and prompt treatment of any retinal ischemia.
  • Transplacental lidocaine intoxication. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neonatal Perinatal Med 2018 Aug 21
  • Demeulemeester V, Hauthem HV, … Lefevere J
  • Neonatal seizures are frequent in neonatal intensive care and the most common cause is perinatal asphyxia. Among other causes, toxin exposure is rare.We present a boy with an uneventful vaginal birth...
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