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  • Susceptibility of epididymal sperm against reactive oxygen species in dogs. [Journal Article]
    Anim Biotechnol 2019; :1-8da Rosa Filho RR, Angrimani DSR, … Lucio CF
  • In order to add information to physiology of sperm maturation and help to underline future antioxidant supplementation treatment to epididymal sperm, the aim of this study was to evaluate susceptibility of caput, corpus and cauda epididymal sperm to different reactive oxygen species (ROS) in dogs. Epididymal sperm was separately collected from each segment (caput, corpus and cauda) and subjected …
  • Fitting Scleral Lenses Less Than 15 mm in Diameter: A Review of the Literature. [Journal Article]
    Eye Contact Lens 2019Porcar E, Montalt JC, … Peris-Martínez C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Small scleral lenses may be a safe and healthy alternative option to treat corneal irregularities and ocular surface diseases. These lenses can be fitted when it is necessary to improve visual quality and corneal physiology, when discomfort with other contact lenses is experienced, or when patients have difficulty handling larger diameters of scleral lenses. However, fitting these lenses is not suggested in severe cases or when it is not a reasonable clinical option.
  • Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography in Pinguecula and Pterygium. [Journal Article]
    Cornea 2019Zhao F, Cai S, … Du C
  • CONCLUSIONS: Using optical coherence tomography angiography with an anterior segment lens adapter, the ocular surface blood vessel density was imaged and assessed with good repeatability and reliability. The blood vessel density of conjunctivas with pterygium was significantly greater than that in either normal or pinguecula conjunctivas. This suggests that, in contrast to pinguecula development, pterygium development includes angiogenesis and neovascularization.
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