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Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 09/2019, Volume 255, Issue 6, p. 665
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Veterinary ophthalmology, ISSN 1463-5216, 03/2019
To investigate use of the Pentacam® HR for evaluation of surgically induced corneal astigmatism (SIA) in canines undergoing bilateral phacoemulsification and... 
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Veterinary Ophthalmology, ISSN 1463-5216, 2019
Iridocorneal angle (ICA) narrowing is a known risk factor for primary glaucoma in multiple species, but has not been described in companion rabbits. This study... 
Scheimpflug imaging | gonioscopy | SD-OCT | ultrasound | rabbit | iridocorneal angle
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Veterinary Ophthalmology, ISSN 1463-5216, 09/2019, Volume 22, Issue 5, pp. 683 - 694
Objective: To describe and compare normative anterior segment parameters between canine age groups using the Pentacam (R) HR Scheimpflug camera (Pentacam).... 
Pentacam | anterior segment | canine | Scheimpflug | ORBSCAN-II | TOPOGRAPHY | POWER | HEALTHY | REPRODUCIBILITY | CHAMBER DEPTH MEASUREMENTS | REPEATABILITY | NORMAL VALUES | VETERINARY SCIENCES | CORNEAL THICKNESS MEASUREMENT | NORMAL EYES | Analysis | Dogs
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Veterinary Ophthalmology, ISSN 1463-5216, 07/2018, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp. 362 - 370
ObjectiveTo compare central corneal thickness (CCT) values in canine eyes using Pentacam-HR (R) Scheimpflug imaging (Pentacam), Optovue((R)) iVue... 
Pentacam | canine | optical coherence tomography | central corneal thickness | Scheimpflug | ultrasound biomicroscopy | OCT | EYES | SPECULAR MICROSCOPY | ANTERIOR-SEGMENT | ROTATING SCHEIMPFLUG CAMERA | REPEATABILITY | DOGS | VETERINARY SCIENCES | PACHYMETRY | Tomography
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Veterinary Ophthalmology, ISSN 1463-5216, 05/2018, Volume 21, Issue 3, pp. 240 - 248
Objectives To report the cumulative incidence of retinal detachment (RD) and glaucoma following phacoemulsification in Boston Terriers and Shih Tzu in the... 
Boston Terrier | canine | Shih Tzu | cataract surgery | retinal detachment | glaucoma | BICHON FRISE | EYES | RISK-FACTORS | PREOPERATIVE FINDINGS | CATARACT-SURGERY | REMOVAL | DOGS | VETERINARY SCIENCES | COMPLICATIONS | REATTACHMENT | OUTCOMES | Glaucoma | Retinal detachment | Medical research | Cataract | Analysis | Surgery | Medicine, Experimental | Risk factors
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Attachment & Human Development, ISSN 1461-6734, 11/2017, Volume 19, Issue 6, pp. 534 - 558
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by Nagel, Joan Davis and Beeghly-Fadiel, Alicia and Holman, Gwendolyn and Stansel, Samantha P and Edwards, Gretchen and Delahanty, Ryan J and Zheng, Wei and Khabele, Dineo and Bell, Susan P and Schnelle, John and Nwosu, Samuel and Schildcrout, Jonathan and Goggins, Kathryn and Kripalani, Sunil and Blaes, Anne and Shanley, Ryan and Beckwith, Heather and Duprez, Daniel and Potter, David and Yee, Douglas and Sanghavi, Kinjal and Jacobson, Pamala and Boone-Heinonen, Janne and Bosak, Kelly and Martin, Laura and Braid, Susan M and Bravo, Hector Corrado and Hong, Xiumei and Wang, Xioabin and Brown, Bryan N and Mani, Deepa and Nolfi, Alexis and Moalli, Pamela and Byambaa, Enkhmaa and Bytautiene, Egle and Yin, Huaizhi and Kechichian, Talar and Okunade, Deborah and Grewen, Karen and Saade, George R and Stuebe, Alison M and Chang, Alice Y and Dutta, Tumpa and Dasari, Surendra and Nair, K. Sreekumaran and Chaudhari, Abhijit J and Boutin, Robert D and Szabo, Robert J and Lane, Nancy E and Badawi, Ramsey D and Buonocore, Michael H and Cherala, Ganesh and Thornburg, Kent and Cherala, Ganesh and Edelman, Alison and Thornburg, Kent L and Clark, Crystal T and Wisner, Katherine L and Avram, Michael and Stika, Catherine and Cosgrove, Kelly P and Wang, Shuo and Kim, Su Jin and McGovern, Erin and McKee, Sherry and Morris, Evan D and Cree-Green, Melanie and Newcomer, Bradley R and Coe, Gregory and Brown, Mark and Newnes, Lindsey and Drew, Brendan and Nadeau, Kristen and Demoruelle, M. Kristen and Parish, Mark and Weisman, Michael and Norris, Jill M and Holers, V. Michael and Deane, Kevin D and Dunaif, Andrea and Hayes, M. Geoffrey and Torchen, Laura and Sisk, Ryan and Legro, Richard S and Urbanek, Margrit and Dusetzina, Stacie B and Winn, Aaron and Chambers, James and Ellis, Shellie and Conti, Rena M and Freedman, Rachel A and Alexander, G. Caleb and Keating, Nancy L and Huskamp, Haiden A and Ercan, Altan and Yu, Elaine and Finkelstein, Joel and Nigrovic, Peter A and Everett, Bethany and Facco, Francesca and ...
Journal of Women's Health, ISSN 1540-9996, 10/2014, Volume 23, Issue 10, pp. 849 - 877
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by Olga Lomakina and Ekaterina Alekseeva and Sania Valieva and Tatiana Bzarova and Irina Nikishina and Elena Zholobova and Svetlana Rodionovskaya and Maria Kaleda and Yasuo Nakagishi and Masaki Shimizu and Mao Mizuta and Akihiro Yachie and Yuko Sugita and Nami Okamoto and Kousuke Shabana and Takuji Murata and Hiroshi Tamai and Eve M. Smith and Peng Yin and Andrea L. Jorgensen and Michael W. Beresford and on behalf of On behalf of the UK JSLE Cohort Study and Eve M. Smith and Antonio Eleuteri and Beatrice Goilav and Laura Lewandowski and Angel Phuti and Dawn Wahezi and Tamar Rubinstein and Caroline Jones and Paul Newland and Stephen Marks and Rachel Corkhill and Diana Ekdawy and Clarissa Pilkington and Kjell Tullus and Chaim Putterman and Chris Scott and Antony C. Fisher and Michael W. Beresford and Eve M. Smith and Laura Lewandowski and Angel Phuti and Andrea Jorgensen and Chris Scott and Michael W. Beresford and Ezgi Deniz Batu and Can Kosukcu and Ekim Taskiran and Sema Akman and Kubra Ozturk and Betul Sozeri and Erbil Unsal and Zelal Ekinci and Yelda Bilginer and Mehmet Alikasifoglu and Seza Ozen and Hanna Lythgoe and Michael W. Beresford and Hermine I. Brunner and Gaurav Gulati and Jordan T. Jones and Mekibib Altaye and Jamie Eaton and Mark Difrancesco and Joo Guan Yeo and Jingyao Leong and Loshinidevi D/O Thana Bathi and Thaschawee Arkachaisri and Salvatore Albani and Nagla Abdelrahman and Michael W Beresford and Valentina Leone and UK JSLE study group supported by the National Institute of Health Research Clinical Research Network and Noortje Groot and D. Shaikhani and I. E. M. Bultink and M. Bijl and R. J. E. M. Dolhain and Y. K. O. Teng and E. Zirkzee and K. de Leeuw and R. Fritsch-Stork and S. S. M. Kamphuis and Rachael D. Wright and Eve M. Smith and Michael W. Beresford and Reem Abdawani and Laila Al Shaqshi and Ibrahim Al Zakwani and Natali W. Gormezano and David Kern and Oriany L. Pereira and Gladys C. C. Esteves and Adriana M. Sallum and Nadia E. Aikawa and Rosa M. Pereira and Clovis A. Silva and Eloisa Bonfa and Jessica Beckmann and ...
PEDIATRIC RHEUMATOLOGY, ISSN 1546-0096, 05/2017, Volume 15, Issue S1, pp. 105 - 201
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by Lomakina, Olga and Alekseeva, Ekaterina and Valieva, Sania and Bzarova, Tatiana and Nikishina, Irina and Zholobova, Elena and Rodionovskaya, Svetlana and Kaleda, Maria and Nakagishi, Yasuo and Shimizu, Masaki and Mizuta, Mao and Yachie, Akihiro and Sugita, Yuko and Okamoto, Nami and Shabana, Kousuke and Murata, Takuji and Tamai, Hiroshi and Smith, Eve M and Yin, Peng and Jorgensen, Andrea L and Beresford, Michael W and Eleuteri, Antonio and Goilav, Beatrice and Lewandowski, Laura and Phuti, Angel and Wahezi, Dawn and Rubinstein, Tamar and Jones, Caroline and Newland, Paul and Marks, Stephen and Corkhill, Rachel and Ekdawy, Diana and Pilkington, Clarissa and Tullus, Kjell and Putterman, Chaim and Scott, Chris and Fisher, Antony C and Jorgensen, Andrea and Batu, Ezgi Deniz and Kosukcu, Can and Taskiran, Ekim and Akman, Sema and Ozturk, Kubra and Sozeri, Betul and Unsal, Erbil and Ekinci, Zelal and Bilginer, Yelda and Alikasifoglu, Mehmet and Ozen, Seza and Lythgoe, Hanna and Brunner, Hermine I and Gulati, Gaurav and Jones, Jordan T and Altaye, Mekibib and Eaton, Jamie and Difrancesco, Mark and Yeo, Joo Guan and Leong, Jingyao and Bathi, Loshinidevi D/O Thana and Arkachaisri, Thaschawee and Albani, Salvatore and Abdelrahman, Nagla and Beresford, Michael W and Leone, Valentina and Groot, Noortje and Shaikhani, D and Bultink, I. E. M and Bijl, M and Dolhain, R. J. E. M and Teng, Y. K. O and Zirkzee, E and de Leeuw, K and Fritsch-Stork, R and Kamphuis, S. S. M and Wright, Rachael D and Abdawani, Reem and Al Shaqshi, Laila and Al Zakwani, Ibrahim and Gormezano, Natali W and Kern, David and Pereira, Oriany L and Esteves, Gladys C. C and Sallum, Adriana M and Aikawa, Nadia E and Pereira, Rosa M and Silva, Clovis A and Bonfa, Eloisa and Beckmann, Jessica and Bartholomä, Nora and Venhoff, Nils and Henneke, Philipp and Salzer, Ulrich and Janda, Ales and Boteanu, Alina Lucica and Corral, Sandra Garrote and Giraldo, Alberto Sifuentes and Gámir, Mariluz Gámir and Mendoza, Antonio Zea and Adrovic, Amra and Dedeoglu, Reyhan and ... and Single Hub and Access point for paediatric Rheumatology in Europe (SHARE) and Juvenile Dermatomyositis Research Group and European Federation of Immunological Societies and UK JSLE study group supported by the National Institute of Health Research Clinical Research Network and on behalf of Juvenile Dermatomyositis Research Group (JDRG) and on behalf of PRINTO and Eurofever Project and on behalf of Italian Pediatric Rheumatology Study Group and PANLAR Pediatric Rheumatology Study Group and ICON study group and on behalf of On behalf of the UK JSLE Cohort Study and the Nordic Study Group of Pediatric Rheumatology (NoSPeR) and on behalf of PRINTO and PRCSG and on behalf of the UK Juvenile Dermatomyositis Research Group (JDRG) and BIKER collaborative group and on behalf of PANLAR Pediatric Rheumatology Study Group and GRIP study group and Juvenile Inflammatory Rheumatism (JIR) Cohort and CAPS and GRANT Medical University, Sofia 68/2015 and Drug Delivery Group and for the CARRA Registry Investigators and on behalf of PRINTO and Eurofever Registry and Juvenile Dermatomyositis Research Group (JDRG) and Nordic Study Group of Pediatric Rheumatology (NoSPeR)
Pediatric Rheumatology, ISSN 1546-0096, 05/2017, Volume 15, Issue S1
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Academic Psychiatry, ISSN 1042-9670, 6/2016, Volume 40, Issue 3, pp. 402 - 409
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