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  • The Presence of Conjunctivochalasis in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients. [Journal Article]
  • ECEye Contact Lens 2017 Jan 17
  • Acar M, Firat H, … Gürdal C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The moderate and severe OSA groups were associated with higher rates and more advanced stages of CCh. We believe that detailed conjunctival assessment is necessary for patients with complaints such as burning, stinging, and foreign body sensation, which we frequently confront in daily practice. In particular, young patients diagnosed with CCh must be carefully assessed regarding sleep apnea. In light of the above findings, we suggest that patients with ocular surface symptoms that are not relieved by topical medical treatment should be assessed for CCh and OSA. Longitudinal studies monitoring the response of CCh to OSA treatment are needed to clarify the relationship between CCh and OSA.
  • Endoscopic decompression of the optic canal for traumatic optic neuropathy. [Journal Article]
  • CJChin J Traumatol 2016 Dec 01; 19(6):330-332
  • He ZH, Lan ZB, … Zhang XD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Endoscopic decompression of the optic canal is an effective way to cure TON. VEP could be used as an important reference for preoperative and prognosis evaluation. Operative time after trauma is only a relative condition that may affect the therapeutic effect of optic canal decompression. Poor results of this procedure may be related to the severity of the optic nerve injury.
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