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Griffin Eye Center 2h
"I was very impressed with the whole experience. Dr Griffin and all members of his staff were friendly, compassionate and explained everything along the way!" L. Metzer.
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Eye Care Center Napa Aug 16
Well that was pretty . Happy .
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St Albans Eye Specialists Aug 16
A corneal abrasion is a superficial scratch on the clear, protective "window" at the front of your eye (cornea). Your cornea can be scratched by contact with dust, dirt, sand, wood shavings, metal particles, contact lenses or even the edge of a piece of paper.
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Blake Kirinovic Aug 16
Year of the transplant... (Part II)
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IOVS Journal Aug 15
A new study suggests that HSV-1–associated corneal scarring is more dependent on host immune responses to infection than to virus replication in the eye. Read the article in full
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Cardiff Uni Optom Aug 15
We are proud and excited to announce that we have been awarded our largest ever research grant from for a major corneal study! 👁️👁️ Congratulations to Prof. Keith Meek and his team! Full story:
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24x7esubmission Aug 10
Scientists develop a physical biomarker for restoration therapy
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Ophthalmology Aug 13
Featured Pictures & Perspectives: Peters Anomaly with Sequestered Lens in the Cornea
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The Ophthalmologist Aug 16
Eye rubbing - it might be a benign habit, but it can cause or worsen keratoconus. Renato Ambrosio discusses the evidence...
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The Ophthalmologist Aug 14
Could autologous extracted from adipose tissue treat advanced keratoconus?
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UNSW Optom Vis Sci Aug 12
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Tony Redmond Aug 15
Congratulations to all involved! Looking forward to seeing more exciting research from this fantastic group over the coming years.
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LighTopTech Corp. Aug 16
New paper in Journal of Biomedical Optics using GDOCM for corneal imaging: "Quantitative assessment of human donor corneal endothelium with Gabor domain optical coherence microscopy"
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Patrick Staropoli Aug 16
makes perfect. Congrats to Max Medert and Patrick Staropoli on their recognition for their performance in the suture recitals!
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Edmund Tsui, MD Aug 13
Peters anomaly: one of the causes of a congenital cloudy/white . Recall the mnemonic STUMPED: Sclerocornea, Trauma, Ulcer, Metabolic disorders, Peters anomaly, Endothelial dystrophy (eg CHED), Dermoid.
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Amy Gallant Sullivan Aug 12
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UOW Research Aug 14
Last year and collaborators were awarded $1.1M to develop the - a device to treat and . Today we hear from Professor Gerard Sutton on the device progress at the Bill Wheeler event
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Eversight Aug 12
Avery was born with a rare eye disorder and would have gone blind if not for corneal transplants. Learn more about how transforms lives in our 2018 Impact Report:
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I. O. Fernández-Vega 1h
Cuando un ha sido perforado, la operación que se suele llevar a cabo es la penetrante ya que es aquella que trasplanta las tres capas de la . El Dr. Miguel Naveiras Torres-Quiroga nos lo explica detalladamente en este vídeo del curso de
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DirCom Quirónsalud 9h
¿En qué consiste la intervención del de ? vía
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