Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by J.G. Cunha-Vaz and E.B. Leite.|
|Contributions||Cunha-Vaz, José G., Leite, E. B.|
|LC Classifications||RE79.F55 I57 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|ISBN 10||9062990541, 9062990533|
|LC Control Number||89019845|
International Society of Ocular Fluorophotometry. Symposium, 1 book International Conference on Cholesteatoma and Mastoid Surgery (3rd Copenhagen, Denmark), 1 book Yasuo Harada, 1 book E.L. Greve, 1 book G.N. Lambrou, 1 book J.G. Cunha Vaz, 1 book E.B. Leite, 1 book M. Tos, 1 book J. Thomsen, 1 book Conference on the Eustachian Tube and. Ocular fluorophotometry in normal subjects. Kjaergaard JJ. Leakage of fluorescein to the vitreous has been reported in diabetes and systemic hypertension. We have done detailed studies in normal subjects to look for determinators of possible leakage in this by: 2. Ocular Fluorophotometry for Glaucoma Treated With Cyclo-coagulation Using High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU). The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Session, 3 books J. Junger-Tas, 3 books International Society of Ocular Fluorophotometry. Symposium, 2 books Brian F. McCabe, 2 books P. van Cauwenberge, 2 books Robert N. Weinreb, 2 books I. Kaufman Arenberg, 2 books et al, 2 books A. Heijl, 2 books Jan E. Veldman, 2 books M. Barbara, 2 books European Rhinologic Society.
Cunha-Vaz JG. What the Future Holds for Ocular Fluorophotometry? In Book: Ophthalmology Today p. Cunha-Vaz JG, De Lima JJP. Estimation of human retinal blood flow by slit lamp fluorophotometry. II. Results and discussion. Ircs Med Sci Biomed Techn (England) (). Cunha-Vaz JG, Faria de Abreu JR, Campos AJ. Seven light sources were considered as excitation sources for ocular fluorescein fluorophotometry: tungsten, xenon flash, the continuous high pressure short arc lamps of xenon, xenon zinc iodide and mercury, and argon and He–Cd lasers. Each source was evaluated on the basis of its spectral match to the fluorescein absorption spectrum and dissimilarity to the ocular blue light hazard function. In Vivo Ocular Fluorophotometry: Delivery of Fluoresceinated Dextrans via Transscleral Diffusion in Rabbits Article in Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 52(10) July with. • In vitro and in vivo tests of a new commercial fluorophotometer showed that the instrument is capable of measuring fluorescein concentrations of 1 to 1, ng/mL accurately. The in vivo estimate of the spread functions of the lens and chorioretinal peaks yielded values of Cited by:
This book provides a broad and authoritative treatment of the developmental biology of the ocular lens. It will serve as a reference for graduate students and research scientists in the visual sciences and developmental biology, as well as for ophthalmologists. Elucidation of the mechanisms that govern normal lens development is fundamental to. However, several approaches have been shown experimentally to improve ocular drug absorption, and the constantly increasing understanding of the absorption processes offers new possibilities for the future. 14 K. Jvinen et al. l Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 16 () Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Academy of by: Ocular drug development requires both systemic and local characterization, and challenges remain despite recent advances made in the field of ocular drug development. The current regulatory guidance documents on nonclinical pharmacokinetic and toxicology studies generally applied to systemic agents are also applicable to ocular by: 6. This review describes specialized diagnostic investigations to assess ocular status in hypertensive diseases of pregnancy. Ocular assessment can aid in early detection for prompt multidisciplinary treatment, obstetric intervention and follow-up. The investigations accurately predict the possible causes of blindness in hypertensive diseases of : Rahul Navinchandra Bakhda.