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    J Zoo Wildl Med 2020; 50(4):845-852Hausmann JC, Weaver TJ, Freeman KS
  • A complete ophthalmic exam, including intraocular pressure (IOP) measurement, is key to diagnosing ocular diseases such as uveitis and glaucoma in frogs. We performed complete ophthalmic anterior segment examinations and IOP rebound tonometry measurements using two different settings (other "p" and canine "d") for six anuran species. The objectives were to describe common ocular abnormalities fou…
  • Corneal Neurotization: A Review of Pathophysiology and Outcomes. [Journal Article]
    Ophthalmic Plast Reconstr Surg 2020Park JK, Charlson ES, … Kossler AL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Neurotrophic keratopathy disturbs the homeostatic balance of trophic factors and trigeminal nerve reflexes needed to support ocular surface health and corneal healing. Corneal neurotization can significantly improve corneal sensation and visual acuity and should be considered for the treatment of refractory neurotrophic keratopathy, especially in pediatric populations.
  • Infectious crystalline keratopathy: Management of three cases with different risk factors. [Case Reports]
    Saudi J Ophthalmol 2019 Oct-Dec; 33(4):409-412Romero-Trevejo JL, Bosch-Gili R, … González de Gor-Crooke JL
  • We present the management of three cases of infectious crystalline keratopathy. The first one, in a 46-year-old patient with two previous penetrating keratoplasties; the second one, in a 46-year-old patient with chronic alcoholism and limbal insufficiency; and the third one, in a 70-year-old patient with bullous keratopathy. Other systemic conditions that may mimic infectious crystalline keratopa…
  • Short-term changes in ocular surface signs and symptoms after phacoemulsification. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Ophthalmol 2020; :1120672119896427Zamora MG, Caballero EF, Maldonado MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Phacoemulsification tends to induce short-term transitory ocular surface impairment manifesting as both signs and symptoms. Superficial punctate keratopathy distribution has a characteristic pattern evolution according to the postoperative time. Those patients with altered preoperative values are more likely to develop ocular surface disease and for longer time.
  • Hypotony Keratopathy Following Trabeculectomy. [Journal Article]
    J Glaucoma 2019Camp AS, Weinreb RN
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hypotony keratopathy is a potential complication of hypotony following trabeculectomy and successful treatment depends on increasing intraocular pressure (IOP).Hypotony keratopathy is a poorly described but potentially treatable complication of trabeculectomy with MMC. Hypotony keratopathy may be related to endothelial dysfunction secondary to hypotony.
  • Lipid keratopathy and septal abscess: Case report. [Case Reports]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(52):e17802Heo SJ, Kim JS, … Kim JS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Electrocautery of epistaxis should be performed carefully during hemostasis, and there should be careful follow-up after the procedure to detect the occurrence of septal hematoma or septal abscess. These conditions should be treated as early as possible to avoid further serious complications. Since lipid keratopathy is difficult to treat once it occurs, care should be taken to avoid a septal abscess.
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