Ki-Cheol Chang
OphthalmologySurgeryStrabismusAphakiaAge of onsetExotropiaVisual acuityKeratomileusisCentral retinal vein occlusionAblationEsotropiaLASIKRetinalRefractive errorBioptics (surgery)VitrectomyVisual impairmentRadial optic neurotomyUniversity hospitalEffective treatmentLaserMedicineExcimerComplication
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Purpose: Central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO) often produces significant and permanent loss of vision in the affected eye, however there is no known effective treatment of CRVO. By restoration of retinal venous circulation via radial optic neurotomy (RON), we want to know the efficacy and complication of radial optic neurotomy were evaluated. Methods: Ten eyes of 10 consecutive patients diagnosed as CRVO in Chonbuk national university hospital with best visual acuity 0.1 or worse underwent RON ...
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Purpose: We reviewed the clinical features and the treatment results of sensory heterotropia with the purpose of finding etiologic causes, factors influencing the the direction of deviation, and characterisitics of sensory deviations subsequent to cataract. Methods: The charts of 134 patients diagnosed as sensory heterotropia in Chonbuk national university hospital between 1994 and 2001 were reviwed retrospectively. Visual acuity, the deviation in primary gaze, refractive error, the onset of vis...
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Purpose : For patient with extreme myopia outside the suspected limit of single procedure alone, we performed Lasik as a secondary procedure for the correction of residual refractive error following phakic IOL implantation. Methods : First, we made a corneal flap using ACS(Bauch & Lomb surgical/Chirom vision, Irvine, CA) due to the potential risk of endothelial damage by cornea-IOL contact during the flap dissection. One month later, phakic IOLs, Nuvita MA20 (Bauch & Lomb surgical/Chiron vision,...