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Painful ophthalmoplegia secondary to nasopharyngeal carcinoma: a case report

Roh YB, Kim JH, Song JY, Oum BS

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):112-115.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.112
A case of painful ophthalmoplegia with unilateral ocular pain, fixed eyeball to all directions of gaze, and loss of vision is presented. After intensive steroid therapy, conjunctival chemosis subsided markedly,...
Pseudoexfoliation syndrome: case report and review of clinical features

Kim YJ, Park MG, Choi WJ

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):108-111.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.108
Pseudoexfoliation syndrome is characterized by the presence of gray-white flakes on the pupillary borders and anterior lens capsule, increased trabecular meshwork pigmentation, and association with glaucoma. We describe 3 patients...
Community-based eye health survey in areas of Buan-Kun and Dobong-Ku in Korea

Kim WS, Kim IS, Hu JU, Kim JC, Kim JD, Koo BS

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):103-107.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.103
This survey comparing the primary causes of eye disease and visual impairment between rural and urban areas was conducted from the beginning of February through May of 1989. The outcome...
Intraocular pressure following peritomy and wet-field coagulation

Lee KW

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):92-102.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.92
The changes in intraocular pressure (IOP) following peritomy and wet-field coagulation of 10 rabbit eyes and 7 human cataractous eyes were investigated. The IOP difference before and after 180-degree and...
Optic disc and early glaucomatous visual field loss

Hyung SM, Kim DM, Youn DH

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):82-91.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.82
In the early stages of glaucoma, the disc changes prior to visual field loss, so assessment of the optic disc is very important for the evaluation of the glaucoma patient....
Effects on the surrounding tissues and morphological changes of components after implantation of PMMA and heparin surface modified PMMA intraocular lens in rabbit eyes

Kim MS, Rhee SW

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):73-81.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.73
The aim of this study was to evaluate the cellular response and morphological changes of cells on the intraocular lens(IOL) implanted over a course of time and to identify the...
Ultrastructure and blood-iris barrier in experimental rubeosis iridis in rabbit

Ko MK, Park LW, Kim YJ, Choe JK

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):66-72.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.66
Iris neovascularization was produced in rabbits by hypotony following repeated aspiration of the vitreous. The hypotony was produced after 0.3 ml of vitreous fluid was aspirated using a 25-gauge needle...
Resolution of experimental intravitreal fibrin by tissue plasminogen activator

Min WK, Kim YB

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):58-65.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.58
Intravitreal fibrin clots were produced by intravitreal injection of 0.2 ml of autologous plasma in 62 rabbit eyes. The intravitreal injection of 0.25 micrograms or more of tissue plasminogen activator(tPA)...
Experimental intraocular fibrovascular proliferation through sclerotomy wound

Lim JO, Park K, Lee J

  • Korean J Ophthalmol.
  • 1990 Dec;4(2):51-57.
  • doi: 10.3341/kjo.1990.4.2.51
In the process of closing scleral wounds caused by various conditions, incarceration of conjunctiva, Tenon's capsule, or vitreous in the wound can occur unexpectedly. We created such conditions experimentally in...

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