Can a Contact Lens Cure Nearsightedness? Five-Year Clinical Study Testing Corneal Reshaping Therapy as Possible Method to Arrest Myopia
Researchers have reported positive first-year results from a clinical trial that is testing whether specialized contact lenses can slow or halt the progression of near sightedness in children. Co principal investigators Drs S. Barry Eiden and Robert Davis, working with EyeVis Eye and Vision Resea...
Test Before Corneal Transplant May Improve Outcome
Even inactive herpes virus can cause inflammation, transplant rejection, study finds
WEDNESDAY, July 1 (HealthDay News) -- Among patients with herpes simplex virus who need a corneal
transplant, testing for inflammation biomarkers before the surgery could improve outcomes, U.S. researc...
LA Eye Surgeon Performs 8 Corneal Transplants in Syria
LOS ANGELES, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Dr. Jonathan C. Song, director of the Cornea Institute in the Vision Center at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles and an eye surgeon specializing in corneal
diseases and transplantation, has just returned from a medical mission in which he worked with Syrian and Ir...
I-Therapeutix Announces First Commercial Use of I-ZIP(R) Adherent Ocular Bandage for Clear Corneal Cataract Incisions
WALTHAM, Mass., April 3 /PRNewswire/ -- I-Therapeutix, Inc. announced today that Mr. Richard Packard and Dr. Daniel Calladine from the Prince Charles Eye Unit, King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor, UK, performed the first ophthalmic surgeries in Europe with the company's CE Mark approved I-ZIP(R) Adh...
Centenarian's Vision Restored With New Sutureless Corneal Transplant Technology
Seeing Well at 100!
WEST ORANGE, N.J., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 29, 2008, Katherine L. Rummler celebrated her 100th birthday. This year, to her great joy, she was able to experience her birthday with good vision. Recently Katherine had DSEK, a partial corneal
transplant that ha...
Case Western Reserve and Penn State investigators inhibit corneal inflammation
Researchers from the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and Penn State Hershey College of Medicine identified a novel therapeutic that reduces sterile inflammation within the cornea. Published in the June issue of the Journal of Leukocyte Biology, Dr. Eric Pearlman and Dr. Mark K...
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ISTA Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Results for Phase 2 Study of Low-Dose Bromfenac in Dry Eye Disease
... The study also achieved statistical significance on the objective sign of corneal
staining (Fluorescein test) as compared to baseline. Patients also achieve... on the objective signs of conjunctival staining (Lissamine Green test) and corneal
staining (Fluorescein test), as well as subjective symptoms (OSDI and patie...
ARVO, AOS: Large Study of Lacrisert(R) Dry Eye Insert;
...d hyperemia. Lacrisert should not be used by patients who are hypersensitive to hydroxypropyl cellulose. If improperly placed, Lacrisert may result in corneal
About Aton Pharma, Inc.
Aton Pharma, Inc., headquartered in Lawrenceville, NJ, is a global, diversified specialty pharmaceutical...
BioMarin Initiates Phase 1/2 Clinical Trial for GALNS for Morquio A Syndrome
...can commonly cause cervical spinal instability and potentially spinal cord compression. Other symptoms may include recurrent infections, hearing loss, corneal
clouding, and heart valvular disease. Initial symptoms often become evident in the first five years of life. Depending on severity of the disorder, a...
Laser Burn Injuries in One Eye Can Disrupt Protective Immune Privilege in Both Eyes, Study Finds
...d, in the case of the eye, can even lead to blindness. Immune privilege, which intervenes in the battle, is also what prevents the eye from rejecting corneal
transplants, making them the most common and successful of transplanted tissues.
In her laboratory, Stein-Streilein and her team made tiny laser ...
ISTA Pharmaceuticals Announces Positive Results for Phase IIb Study of Ecabet Sodium
...ymptoms (OSDI and patient's worst symptom, both trials) and in the signs of corneal
staining (one trial) and blink rate (both trials). The Company believes th...at increase the quantity of mucin produced by conjunctival goblet cells and corneal
epithelia. Mucin is a glycoprotein component of tear film that lubricates ...
Soft Contact Lenses Do Not Lead to 'Myopic Creep' in Children, Study Shows
...es not cause relevant increases in axial
length or corneal
curvature, a new study shows. Findings from the
th...ACHIEVE study was to measure the
refractive error, corneal
curvature, and axial length of eight to 11 year
with any contact lenses, eye problems, including corneal
develop. Some wearers may experience m...
Corneal in Medical Products
KeraCel Tools for Corneal Surgery
Description: KeraCel Ophthalmic Products are constructed of a patented high-density formulation of lint-free MEROCEL polyvinyl acetal sponge. Each device is configured to be beneficial to both surgeon and patient, by being absorbent, and yet firm enough to gently manipulate delicate tissues during LASIK and oth...
CT200E Corneal Topography System
Description: The CT 200 Corneal
Topographer is the result of years of research and experience. Paradigm, the leader in product innovation and value, continues to bring you the most current state-of-the-art diagnostic instrumentation. The CT 200 is faster and easier to use with accurate, reliable and repeatable ...
Company:Paradigm Medical Industries, Inc.
Shepard Clear Corneal Diamond Knife
Description: The Shepard Clear Corneal
Diamond Knife is a unique design developed in conjunction with Dr. Dennis Shepard of Santa Maria, California. This special knife was created to meet Dr. Shepard's need for a quality instrument that could be used in performing his Clear Corneal
Surgical technique. Through p...
Company:DGH Technologies, Inc.
Geggel Corneal Transplant Marker
Description: These markers are available with 16 or 24 circular inner and outer teeth, and have an inner 6.5mm diameter, and an outer 9.5mm diameter. The markers are designed to mark the donor and recipient corneas in one single step for a 16 or 24 running bite suture placement. Each marker places inner and out...
Company:Rhein Medical, Inc.
TMS-4 Corneal Topographer
Description: TMS-1 features come back with better resolution, accuracy and easy operation TOMEYs patented light cones use 25 or 31 rings (same as TMS-1), providing high resolution. The laser alignment system provides high accuracy & repeatability. The small cone design eliminates nose & brow shadow & provides e...
E300 Corneal Topographer
Description: The new E300 Corneal
Topographer has applications in a diverse range of clinical procedures including Radial Keratotomy, Astigmatic keratotomy, Refractive Surgery and Contact Lens Fitting. Based on an unobtrusive compact cone design, the E300 analyses an accurate ring pattern projected onto the cor...
Company:Medmont Pty. Ltd.
Corneal in Medical Definition
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Corneal in Medical Dictionary
ulcer , an inflammatory or infective condition of the cornea. Venous ulcer , a wound thought to occur due to improper functioning of valves in t...
...lation ... Slit - lamp Exam Eye Lens Anatomy ... The slit lamp exam may detect many diseases of the eye, including: Cataract. corneal
injury ... The slit - lamp examination looks at structures that are at the front of the eye. ... What abnormal results mean. The slit lamp ...
...usive anti-pollution system, and... Nonetheless, the use of autologous serum may be contraindicated in particular ... serum -derived cultivated corneal
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dystrophy: an ... Definition of Scheie's syndrome in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of Scheie's syndrome . ... Scheie's syndrome . Schei...
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Corneal in Biological News
Scientists identify the genes that cause blindness produced by corneal edema
This press release is available in French and Spanish .
Scientists of the University of Granada (Spain) and the San Cecilio Teaching Hospital (Granada) have determined for the first time the causes for the blindness produced by corneal
oedema and have identified the genes which cause it...
Leading reason for corneal transplants comes into focus
Guided by families with an unusual number of cases, scientists at Johns Hopkins have discovered the genetic origins of at least one form of Fuchs corneal
dystrophy, FCD, the leading reason for corneal
transplantation in the United States.
In one form or another, FCD's trademark deterioration of t...
LSUHSC's Bazan awarded ARRA grant to preserve vision
...search on potential therapeutic approaches to heal corneal
injuries. The grant was awarded under the American...s the mechanisms of inflammation and repair during corneal
wound healing. Sustained corneal
inflammation may lead to destruction and...
Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, June 2009
...tomized to match the thickness of the patient's eye membrane, thus tailoring the instrument to the patient's unique pathology. The other tools are the corneal
NanoPunch, used to enhance the healing of abrasions and erosions, and the Cornea Treatment Tool, useful for delivering drugs from the array of glass s...
Stem cell therapy makes cloudy corneas clear, according to Pitt researchers
...therapies might be an effective way to treat human corneal
blindness and vision impairment due to the scarrin...e professor, Department of Ophthalmology. The Pitt corneal
stem cells were able to remodel scar-like tissue b...stem cell treatment, mouse eyes that initially had corneal
defects looked no different than mouse eyes that h...
Ambati study published in PNAS
...od and lymphatic vessels. In fact, the formation of lymphatic vessels after corneal
transplantation is purported to be a major mechanism through which transplant rejection occurs. Ambati's lab found that corneal
injections of siRNA suppressed both blood and lymphatic vessel growth via e...
Corneal in Biological Technology
Gene Signal Enters Phase III Clinical Tests for the Prevention of Corneal Graft Rejection
- Gene Signal International, a Biotech Company Registered in Switzerland, Will Move its Headquarter to the EPFL, in Lausanne,
- Gene Signal is Addressing Various Issues Related to Neovascularisation,
- Gene Signal is Working on a Portfolio of Ophthalmologic Indications, With One Now...
IIVS Announces Initiation by EPA of a Pilot Program to Evaluate Non-Animal Eye-Irritation Methods
...y 18-month project encompasses the use of three in vitro assays: the Bovine corneal
Opacity and Permeability test (the use of eyes from cattle recently slaught... food, the EpiOcular(TM) model (the use of an i n vitro model of the human corneal
epithelium produced by MatTek Corp., Ashland MA)), and the Cytosensor Micro...
Photos: Breakthrough Technology Enables Edible TruTag(TM) to Prevent Counterfeit Medicine
...nix(TM) is developing a bio-integrating artificial cornea which holds the promise of returning sight to 10 million people worldwide who are blind from corneal
TruTag(TM) is a nanoporous silica microtag which can be used to authenticate valuable assets, from great works of art and luxury good...
Scotland Highlights New Partnerships and Cutting-Edge Drug Discovery Research
...d stem cell breakthroughs in synthetic blood and embryonic and iPS (Induced pluripotent stem cells) technology and began stem cell clinical trials for corneal
blindness and stroke, further reinforcing Scotland's world-leading position in the use of stem cell-based therapies. At BIO, government-sponsored inno...
Leading Refractive Eye Surgery Experts from Trusted LASIK Surgeons Directory Educate Peers at ASCRS Annual Meeting
...esearch on the Detection of Keratoconus Pattern on corneal
Pachymetry Maps by Fitting of Gaussian Waveform in order to detect keratoconus on corneal
pachymetry maps. Dr. Huang's innovative new pachy...o be useful in the early diagnosis and tracking of corneal
ectatic diseases like keratoconus.
Palo Alto ...
Preclinical Data From Amgen's Oncology Pipeline to be Presented at AACR
...dies (mAb), M279 and AFS98 were evaluated for their effect on
angiogenesis and corneal
macrophage recruitment in vivo
Lead author: Liu H.
Corneal in Biological Dictionary
...nt of ... The purpose of this study was to investigate the expression of nucleoside /nucleobase transporters on the Statens Seruminstitut rabbit corneal
(SIRC) epithelial cell ... Nucleoside analogs were among the first compounds shown to be effective against ... Nucleoside kinase and nucle...
...Day, and word games. Growth factor articles relating to ' ... replicating cells such as HeLa , A431, and ... Induction of apoptosis in human corneal
and HeLa cells by mutated BIGH3. ... Stable Cell Lines. NFkB Reporter A549 HeLa , 293, NIH3T3 ... NFkb p50 Knockdown HeLa Stable Cell Li...