intraocular pressure


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intraocular pressure

[‚in·trə′äk·yə·lər ′presh·ər]
(physiology)
The hydrostatic pressure within the eyeball.
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Mean post-operative intraocular pressure was recorded as 8.32+-3.04mmHg and the frequency of post-operative hypotony after 23-guage vitrectomy with locally made instruments reveals 32 (10.67%) while 268 (89.33%) had no findings of hypotony.
In order to confirm the compliance of rubber eyes as working standards to the metrological requirements of GOST R ISO 8612-2010, it is proposed to compare them with the State primary special standard of the intraocular pressure unit GET 215-2015.
Evaluation of a rebound tonometer for measuring intraocular pressure in dogs and horses.
Measurement of the difference in intraocular pressure between the sitting and lying body positions in healthy subjects: direct comparison of the Icare Pro with the Goldmann applanation tonometer, Pneumatonometer and Tonopen XL.
Intraocular pressure and aqueous humor flow during a euglycemic-hyperinsulinemic clamp in patients with type 1 diabetes and microvascular complications.
Also, its intraocular pressure lowering effect at 12 weeks compared to timolol.
Associations with intraocular pressure in Latinos: The Los Angeles Latino eye study.
"Intravitreal triamcinolone acetonide and the IDI were superior to PTA for treating uveitic ME with modest increases in the risk of intraocular pressure elevation," the authors write.
Keywords: HbA1c levels, Intraocular pressure, Type 2 Diabetes mellitus.
The researchers found that when intraocular pressure goes up, T cells are somehow able to get through this barrier and into the retina.
Under the company's randomized, multicenter clinical trial comparing cataract surgery with the CyPass Micro-Stent to cataract surgery alone, the study findings show long-term reduction in intraocular pressure and minimal effects on refractive outcomes versus cataract surgery alone.