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2341. Foreign body giant cell reactions and ossification associated with benign melanocytic naevi. (Full text)

. Additional cases were identified prospectively in the course of routine reporting. The clinical and pathological features of positive cases were assessed.Foreign body reactions were identified in nine (4.9%) intradermal and four (3.6%) compound naevi, but in none of the naevi from around the eye. One intradermal naevus showed ossification. A further 11 naevi showing foreign body reaction and five showing ossification alone were identified prospectively. The 24 naevi showing a foreign body reaction had (...) Foreign body giant cell reactions and ossification associated with benign melanocytic naevi. To assess the incidence of foreign body giant cell reactions and ossification in benign/melanocytic naevi; and to examine their pathological features to gain an insight into their pathogenesis.Intradermal (n = 185) and compound naevi (n = 110) from a routine histology service, together with 60 naevi submitted to an ophthalmic pathologist, were examined for foreign body reactions and ossification

1993 Journal of Clinical Pathology

2342. Combat eye trauma: intraocular foreign body injuries during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988). (PubMed)

Combat eye trauma: intraocular foreign body injuries during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988). 12131593 2002 12 13 2015 11 19 0020-8167 42 3 2002 Summer International ophthalmology clinics Int Ophthalmol Clin Combat eye trauma: intraocular foreign body injuries during the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988). 167-77 Nguyen Quan Dong QD Department of Ophthalmology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, 02114, USA. Kruger Erik F EF Kim Alexander J AJ Lashkari Mohamad H MH Lashkari Kameran K eng Journal (...) Article Meta-Analysis United States Int Ophthalmol Clin 0374731 0020-8167 IM Eye Foreign Bodies physiopathology surgery Humans Iran Iraq Military Personnel Treatment Outcome Visual Acuity Warfare 2002 7 20 10 0 2002 12 17 4 0 2002 7 20 10 0 ppublish 12131593

2002 International ophthalmology clinics

2343. Two cases of retention of wooden foreign bodies in orbit of eye (Full text)

Two cases of retention of wooden foreign bodies in orbit of eye 9563992 1998 06 03 2018 11 13 0959-8138 316 7141 1998 May 02 BMJ (Clinical research ed.) BMJ Two cases of retention of wooden foreign bodies in orbit of eye. 1363-4 Tsaloumas M D MD Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre, City Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham B18 7QH. Potamitis T T Kritzinger E E EE eng Case Reports Journal Article England BMJ 8900488 0959-8138 AIM IM Accidental Falls Child Diagnostic Errors Eye Foreign Bodies diagnosis (...) Eye Injuries, Penetrating etiology Female Humans Infant Male Orbit Wood 1998 6 6 1998 6 6 0 1 1998 6 6 0 0 ppublish 9563992 PMC1113071 Br J Ophthalmol. 1979 Dec;63(12):848-51 526468 Arch Otolaryngol. 1983 Apr;109(4):265-8 6830522 J Neurosurg. 1988 May;68(5):752-6 3357035 Eye (Lond). 1994;8 ( Pt 6):713-4 7867845 Br J Ophthalmol. 1991 Jun;75(6):374-6 2043585 Surv Ophthalmol. 1992 Mar-Apr;36(5):341-4 1566235 Ophthalmology. 1990 May;97(5):608-11 2188193

1998 BMJ : British Medical Journal

2344. Foreign Bodies in the Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat (Full text)

Foreign Bodies in the Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat This article outlines the presenting problems of foreign bodies in the eyes, ears, nose and throat, describing diagnostic signs associated with each common type of foreign body presentation and the methods involved in removal. Equipment and supplies for the average emergency room are listed according to location of the foreign body.

1981 Canadian Family Physician

2345. More than meets the eye: a study of the time lost from work by patients who incurred injuries from corneal foreign bodies. (Full text)

More than meets the eye: a study of the time lost from work by patients who incurred injuries from corneal foreign bodies. A prospective study was carried out to establish the time lost from work due to corneal foreign body injury. Data were collected over a 5 month period on a total of 504 patients attending a busy district hospital eye casualty department. The median time lost through injury was 4 hours and 148 patients (30%) took no time off work. Corneal foreign bodies are known

1991 The British journal of ophthalmology

2346. A comparative clinical study of Solcoseryl Eye-Gel and Cysteine Eye-Gel 2.4% in the treatment of foreign-body injuries of the cornea. (PubMed)

A comparative clinical study of Solcoseryl Eye-Gel and Cysteine Eye-Gel 2.4% in the treatment of foreign-body injuries of the cornea. Solcoseryl, a protein-free haemodialysate, promotes tissue regeneration and improves utilization of oxygen in the cell. In a randomized, double-blind, clinical study, Solcoseryl Eye-Gel was compared with Cysteine Eye-Gel in the treatment of foreign-body injuries of the cornea in a total of 99 eyes. In order to facilitate objective evaluation of the effects (...) of the treatment, the area of the lesion before the start of treatment and on the following day was determined by means of slit-lamp photographs. Healing of the lesion and relative reduction of the area of the wound were observed much more frequently in the group treated with Solcoseryl Eye-Gel than in the reference group. Maculae corneae after the end of the treatment were significantly less frequent under Solcoseryl Eye-Gel than under Cysteine Eye-Gel. Teh tolerability of the test preparation was good

1984 Ophthalmic research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2347. Do patients presenting to accident and emergency departments with the sensation of a foreign body in the eye (gritty eye) have significant ocular disease? (Full text)

Do patients presenting to accident and emergency departments with the sensation of a foreign body in the eye (gritty eye) have significant ocular disease? A total of 1155 consecutive patients selected on symptomatology alone who presented to an ophthalmic accident and emergency (A&E) department over a period of 3 months from a total patient population of 3522 were assessed. The study showed that about 96% of the patients reporting a sensation of a foreign body in their eye had no serious ocular

1995 Journal of accident & emergency medicine

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