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The aim of the study was to compare the mean change in Central Corneal Thickness (CCT), Corneal Endothelial-Cell Density (CED), Anterior Chamber Depth (ACD) and Axial Length (AL) after repair of RRD by PPV and SB.
The graft itself is fixed in place using a gas bubble injected into the anterior chamber by the surgeon and a small amount of posturing for up to a week is required following surgery.
At present, we would recommend that anterior chamber sampling with EBOV PCR and a negative result should precede cataract surgery.
Subacute attacks are much more common and tend to produce a chronically dilated pupil, mild iris atrophy, IPS, pigment on the iris and in the anterior chamber (mimicking an anterior uveitis).
Comparison of outcomes of primary anterior chamber versus secondary scleral-fixated intraocular lens implantation in complicated cataract surgeries.
42 mmHg (in Group D), many MBs were observed to tightly block the angle of the anterior chamber under a light microscope.
Anterior chamber paracentesis is a safe procedure that can be performed in a consultation room with a slit-lamp.
The depth of the anterior chamber increased and the angle also widened in all cases.
An anterior chamber maintainer was then inserted into the distal paracentesis wound.
After administration, many changes occur in the iris root, anterior chamber angle, anterior chamber depth, iris thickness, and iris volume as well as pupil dilatation [1-3].
Aspirated fluids are replaced with irrigation of balanced salt solution, thus maintaining the anterior chamber, as well as cooling the handpiece.
This study is a good beginning and provides an initiation into future studies including inclusion of younger population and study of other parameters like anterior chamber depth and its correlation with axial length.
Ophthalmic examination OS revealed raised intraocular pressure (37 mm Hg; reference interval 7-16 mm Hg), mydriasis, conjunctival and episcleral hyperemia, shallow anterior chamber due to anterior displacement of the lens and iris, rubeosis iridis, and engorgement of the pecten.
Roy, an ophthalmologist in private practice who specializes in cataract surgery, provides students, research fellows, optometrists, ophthalmologists, and eye care practitioners with a guide listing the differential diagnosis of specific ocular diseases, organized by anatomic organ--the orbit, lids, lacrimal system, extraocular muscles, conjunctiva, globe, sclera, cornea, anterior chamber, pupil, iris, lens, vitreous, retina, choroid, and optic nerve--in addition to visual field defects and intraocular pressure and ending with a section on general signs and symptoms such as visual disturbance or complaint and head position.
A 69 years old man was admitted to the Clinic of Ophthalmology, Clinical Centre of Kragujevac in Serbia with the signs of increased intraocular pressure and with inflammation in anterior chamber of both eyes (Figure 1a).
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