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Comparison of the Postoperative Refractive Errors Measured by Ultrasound and Partial Coherence Interferometers After Phacovitrectomy

Woohyok Chang_SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2015_1 Purpose: To compare the accuracy of refractive outcome measured by ultrascan and partial coherence interferometers after phacovitrectomy. Methods: We performed a retrospective study of 74 eyes of 74 patients who underwent phacovitrectomy. The difference between the predicted and postoperative refractive outcome for the two methodologies (Ultrascan and IOL master) were compared. The predicted refractive...

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Self Testing in Macular Edema: Possible Applications and Their Limits

Since 1994, the Freiburg Visual Acuity Test allows a standardized visual acuity test with Landolt rings under well-defined conditions for illumination and contrast. Similarly, the web-based test of the Aachen Centrum for Technology transfer in Ophthalmology (ACTO), allows a standardized follow up for macular disorders and other eye diseases. Since smartphones are equipped with a retina display, they can offer cheap tests of visual acuity...

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Correlation Between Post-operative OCT Changes and Best Corrected VA After PPV for RD

Advantages: To reveal post-operative specific changes of macular layers using OCT in patients with rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RD) with macula-off and macula-on pre-op; to provide correlation between OCT changes and post-operative best corrected visual acuity (BCVA). Methods: In 42 patients with rhegmatogenous RD in 1 month after pars-plana vitrectomy OCT analysis (HD-OCT, Cirrus, Carl Zeiss, Meditec) was performed to detect...

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Relationship Between Interpupillary Visual Axis Distances and Level of Intelligence

Advantages: Contribution and increase treatment of mental disorder, and level of individual capability in children and illiterate people, and early diagnosis of mental retardation, Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, Klinefelters syndrome. Methods: 70 normal subjects (male and female school and university students of different ages) were studied, (3 Groups), the measurement of interpupillary distance (IPD), in normal individuals, with no...

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Interactive Computer Programs Improve Vision Testing for Ocular Screening, Treatment Evaluation and Post Treatment Surveillance

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2008/congress/Interactive-Computer-Programs-Improve-Vision-Testing-for-Ocular-Screening,-Treatment-Evaluation-and-Post-Treatment-Surveillance.flv Stephen H. Sinclair, Yaprak Banu Unver, Gulderen Aktan Yavuz Advantages: Ophthalmologists overall have limited themselves in understanding and treatment of ocular disease because of the limited methods of traditional vision measurement that are physician dependent....

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Comparison of Visual Recovery Time in Patients Undergoing 20g and 25-gauge Vitreous Surgery

http://www.evrs.eu/medias/2006/congress/Comparison-of-Visual-Recovery-Time-in-Patients-Undergoing-20g and-25-gauge-Vitreous-Surgery.swf Suber S. Huang, MD, MBA (Cleveland, OH),* Mike Ward, MD (Cleveland, Ohio), Mohamed Shaker Alomram, MD (Manama, Bahrain), Llew Rao, MD (Cleveland, OH), Firas Seffo, MD (Cleveland, OH), Karim Jamal, MD (Cleveland, OH) PURPOSE: This study compares the rate of visual recovery in a consecutive case series of...

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