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the branch of medicine concerned with the eye and its diseases

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The last ophthalmological appointments eligible for government funding are on December 31.
Tariq Aziz, President Ophthalmological Society of Pakistan Karachi and Chairman of the organizing committee of the congress in his welcome address paid tributes to late Mr.
Therefore, an ophthalmological examination should be performed before initiating the fingolimod therapy, and these patients should have regular ophthalmological evaluations during treatment.
Chandler and Grant gave their first lectures on glaucoma at the New England Ophthalmological Society more than 50 years ago, and their profound impact on glaucoma diagnosis and treatment has continued.
A Forum article informs us of a practical and pragmatic screening programme for DR developed by the Ophthalmological Society of Southern Africa, aimed at catching patients at primary care level and referring them for specialist treatment before sight is lost.
Washington, June 25 ( ANI ): A new study has found that the brain's pleasure response to tasting food can be measured through the eyes using a common, low-cost ophthalmological tool.
Examples include synthetic vitreous humor and corneas for ophthalmological procedures, artificial heart valves, aortic aneurysm sleeves, temporary burn and other skin applications, pharmaceutical delivery and release compounds, and many other injectable, ingestible and implantable materials, prosthetics and devices.
com/research/63mw72/other) has announced the addition of Global Markets Direct's new report "Other Ophthalmological Disorders - Pipeline Review, H2 2012" to their offering.
Our RPE program is now advancing rapidly, as we are now screening at multiple ophthalmological centers for the fourth surgery in both our dry AMD trial and our U.
EVT 401 is a selective, small molecule P2X7 antagonist, designed for human indications with exception of ophthalmological, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and endometriosis in China.
The King Hamad University Hospital's commander explained that medical services provided during the trial operational stage include rheumatism, ophthalmological, skin, gynecological, general surgery, pediatric, ENT and alimentary system ailments cases.
On screening days, each eligible participant received an ophthalmological assessment designed to evaluate his or her retinal condition relative to DR and, if such should be the case, identify undiagnosed DR.
She graduated from Shrewsbury High School and went on to become an Ophthalmological Assistant.
This leads to even newly diagnosed diabetic patients showing some degree of eye damage," Dr Amit Khosla, secretary, Delhi ophthalmological society, said.
In each section, contributors from the medicinal chemistry industry and academia in the US, Canada, and UK cover drugs for specific diseases--infectious, cardiovascular, metabolic, and central nervous system diseases, cancer, osteoporosis, and ophthalmological conditions--with description of their background, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics and drug metabolism, structure-activity relationship, efficacy and safety, and syntheses.