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Figure 2 Deposition of XFM on the posterior surface of intraocular

Figure 2 Deposition of XFM on the posterior surface of intraocular

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Figure 2 Deposition of XFM on the posterior surface of intraocular lenses. Notes: These patients were previously submitted to posterior capsulotomy.

Figure 1 Deposition of XFM on the anterior surface of posterior chamber intraocular lenses. Notes: The radiate disposition resembles the typical ...

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Figure 2. Effects of INS115644 on average diurnal IOP in subjects with OHT and POAG

Robert Ritch | MD | New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York City | Department of Ophthalmology | ResearchGate

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Intraocular pressure readings for both eyes along 6 years of follow-up.

Renal uptake of the antiapoptotic protein survivin is mediated by megalin at the apical membrane of the proximal tubule

Robert Ritch | MD | New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York City | Department of Ophthalmology | ResearchGate

FIGURE 2. (A) Box-and-whisker plot of the mean LC

Figures. Table 1 summary of reported cases

Figure 2: Mean diff erences in subgroup outcomes between clear-lens extraction and standard

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FIGURE 2. Measurements from fdOCT and SAP converted to probability values. (A)

FIGURE 3. Cluster analysis and ROIs. (A) The 24-2 SAP

Robert Ritch | MD | New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York City | Department of Ophthalmology | ResearchGate

Robert Ritch | MD | New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York City | Department of Ophthalmology | ResearchGate

(PDF) Posttranscriptional Regulation of LOXL1 Expression Via Alternative Splicing and Nonsense-Mediated mRNA Decay as an Adaptive Stress Response

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FIGURE 2. (a) Box and whisker plot of the distribution of corneal thickness

Figure 1 A simple schematic highlighting the effects of MMPs on ocular ECM metabolism During disease

FIGURE 5. The 24 –2 visual fields for the eyes in Figure 2 shown

Figure 2. Patient with large physiological optic disc cup and intraocular pressure within the normal

Table 7 Comparison of ocular factors between blebitis and bleb related endophthalmitis (n=39

Table 1 Follow-up, previous surgical procedures and changes in intraocular pressure and pressure

Fig. 1 Box plots showing for adjusted success rate, the mean intraocular pressure at

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FIGURE 3. (A-C) Same as in Figure 2 for 3 patients with partial

Robert Ritch | MD | New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, New York City | Department of Ophthalmology | ResearchGate

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Immunohistochemical analysis of activation-derived complement components on XFM. Frozen sections of anterior lens

Figure 2. Measurement of furrow length using SS-OCT; (A) Extrema

FIGURE 2. (A) Summed mERGs from the monkey from Refs 25 and 26

FIGURE 1. Acute intraocular pressure elevation with the ophthalmodynamometer in place.

Fig. 3 Scatter plot depicting the relationship between the magnitude of intraocular pressure reduction (

Figure 2. Forest plot showing odds ratios, allele frequencies and P-values in

Figure 1 Map of Nigeria showing the six geopolitical zones. Note: Reproduced from National Identity Management Commission. NIMC enrolment centres.

Figure 3. H&E stainings of the ocular surface immediately after the combined surgical and debridement

Figure 2 Protein concentration in the aqueous humour of patients with and without XFS. A

α-Aminoadipic acid protects against retinal disruption through attenuating Müller cell gliosis in a rat model of acute ocular hypertension

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FIGURE 2. RvE1 induces PI3-K and p38 MAPK activation. Western blot analysis

FIGURE 2. mfVEP interocular (right, top) and monocular (middle) probability

Short-duration transient visual evoked potential for objective measurement of refractive errors

Figure 2 (a) UBM image showing choroidal effusion with no ciliary body detachment at

Figure 2. Ultrasound biomicroscopic image of the anterior segment in an exfoliation syndrome patient, showing winding-type zonule. The zonule shows winding ...

Barkana Y, Anis S, Liebmann J, Tello C, Ritch R. Clinical utility of intraocular pressure monitoring outside of normal office hours in patients with ...

Fig 2. Fibulin-5 and LOXL1 cellular distribution and expression in XFS-TFs

FIGURE 2. (A) The grouped mVEPs from the left eye of each of

Figure 1. Ultrasound biomicroscopic image of the anterior segment in an exfoliation syndrome patient, showing granular-type zonules.

α-Aminoadipic acid protects against retinal disruption through attenuating Müller cell gliosis in a rat model of acute ocular hypertension

Figure 2. A. Positive laminin labelling in the loosely arranged exfoliation material (exm

Fig. 1 The profile of diurnal intraocular pressure (IOP) measurement between 08:

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Figure 2 Exfoliation aggregate attached to posterior iris pigment epithelium. Labellingfor amyloid P component is

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Figure 4. Intraocular Pressure (IOP) Profiles From scAAV2.dnRhoA-Treated and

Fig. 2. (a) In the left fundus, in addition to numerous

FIGURE 3. Comparison of anterior lamina cribrosa shape changes in normal, ocular hypertensive,

Fig. 4. Median composite scores for ocular symptoms in each treatment group (*

Corneal Hysteresis and Visual Field Asymmetry in Open Angle Glaucoma

FIGURE 2. (A-H) The results of eight eyes with complete arcuate defects on

Fig. 2. AAm released from an AAm/BIS gel (APS initiation at

α-Aminoadipic acid protects against retinal disruption through attenuating Müller cell gliosis in a rat model of acute ocular hypertension

Figure 1. Representative picture of the water column system used for intraocular pressure measurement.

Fig. 2. ( A ) Northern blot analysis of OPTN mRNA in HTM and

Fig. 25. Involvement of the iris in XFS. A: Light microscopic serrated appearance and XFM deposits (arrowheads) of the posterior pigment epithelium ...

Figure 2. Flowchart showing the progress of participants in each treatment group of our randomized

Fig. 26. Corneal involvement in XFS. A: Retrocorneal flakes of XFM. B: Light microscopic appearance of the posterior cornea showing a protrusion of ...

Figure 2 . The locations of the high-density visual field test points. The

Figure 1 Box plot showing distribution of TNF-α level in PEG cases and control group. Abbreviations: TNF-α, tumor necrosis factor alpha; PEG, ...

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Figure 2. A cross-sectional image of an open angle of an eye captured

Figure 4. Ultrasound biomicroscopic image of the anterior segment of a control subject, showing a healthy zonule which is described as a straight, ...

Adhesion/growth-regulatory galectins in the human eye: Localization profiles and tissue reactivities as a standard to detect disease-associated alterations

Barkana Y, Anis S, Liebmann J, Tello C, Ritch R. Clinical utility of intraocular pressure monitoring outside of normal office hours in patients with ...

Laminin-511 and -521 Enable Efficient In Vitro Expansion of Human Corneal Endothelial Cells

Figure 8 More advanced form ofbasal linear deposit labelled with laminin antibodies. Immunogold particles are

Figure 2 Standard automated perimetry (10–2) pattern deviation plot showing three abnormal

Fig. 2. Water contact angle of silicone IOL materials before (Silicone) and

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Structure of XFM. A: Light microscopic appearance of exfoliation deposits on a ciliary process (CP), zonules (Z), and the lens equator (L); (PC posterior ...

Figure 1 Eyedrop ® ocular medication delivery device.

Presumed Pyogenic Granuloma Associated with Intravitreal Anti-Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor Therapy

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Ugbede Idakwo,1 Olusola Olawoye,2 Benedictus GK Ajayi,1 Robert Ritch3

FIGURE 2. Zymography of caseinolytic activities in aqueous humor (lanes 1–8)

Risk Factors for Visual Field Progression in Treated Glaucoma

Fig. 8. Extensive deposits of XFM on the pupillary border. Portions of the pigment ruff remain. Dots of XFM are present on the surface of the sections of ...

Fig. 21. Exfoliation material deposited on a posterior chamber intraocular lens

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Fig. 2 Controlled BSA release profile (a) from PCL 2k with different PGNP

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FIG. 2. DNA methylation patterns of 81-crystallin gene in chicken embryos.

Figure 5. Histological and immunochemical details of the limbal and corneal zone of the control