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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SCLEROMALACIA» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SCLEROMALACIA»
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Ocular Trauma: Principles and Practice
Treatment of exposed coral implant after failed scleral patch graft. Ophthal Plast
Reconstr Surg. 1994;10:110-113. 13. Van der Hoeven J. Scleromalacia
perforans. Arch Ophthalmol. 1934;11:112-118. 14. Rootman DS, Insler MS,
Ferenc Kuhn, Dante J. Pieramici, 2011
Pocket Atlas of Ophthalmology
Anterior scleritis is classified as diffuse (Aa), nodular (Ab). necrotizing scleritis
with inflammation (Ac), and necrotizing scleritis without inflammation (
scleromalacia perforans, Ad). Etiology/pathogenesis. Infectious scleritis (bacteria,
Torsten Schlote, Jens Rohrbach, 2011
A Textbook of Ophthalmology
Eventually it shows a picture of scleromalacia perforans. Scleromalacia
Perforans1'5 Scleromalacia perforans is a rare disease, somewhat more
common in elderly females, often with history of absence of symptoms in the early
E. Ahmed, Ahmed Dr. E., 2004
1991;98:472. van der Hoeve J. Scleromalacia perforans. Ned T Geneesk. 1931;
75:4733. Roca PD. Necrotising (rheumatoid) disease of the sclera. N Y State J
Med. 1974;74:1982. van der Hoeve J. Scleromalacia perforans. Arch Ophthalmol.
Maite Sainz de la Maza, Joseph Tauber, C. Stephen Foster, 2012
After examining the photomicrographs, it was Bick's opinion that the graft was
susceptible to the same process that resulted in scleromalacia, believing that the
histologic specimens demonstrated a recurrence in the grafted fascia lata 4
Jay H. Krachmer, Mark J. Mannis, Edward J. Holland, 2005
Scleromalacia. Perforans. Key Facts • Obliterative arteritis involving deep
episcleral plexus • Very rare, almost always associated with rheumatoid arthritis •
Typically a painless, asymptomatic process • More common in elderly women
Marian S. Macsai, Bruno Machado Fontes, 2008
Clinical Immunology of the Dog and Cat
There is an intense granulomatous inflammatory infiltrate surrounding the vessel.
563 564 Canine necrotizing scleritis. Scleromalacia perforans is a rare
complication of necrotizing scleritis. 564 macrophages and IgG plasma cells (563
Michael J Day, 2008
The Sclera and Systemic Disorders
Scleromalacia perforans is a misnomer as the sclera veryrarelyperforates in this
condition but prolonged usage ofthe term and its unique association with
rheumatoid arthritis justifies its continued use. Van der Hoeve (1934) commented
Training in Ophthalmology
Severe scleritis additionally involves fibrinoid necrosis with consequent tissue
loss seen clinically as scleral thinning (scleromalacia). Clinical evaluation The
distinction between episcleritis and scleritis is made purely on clinical grounds
and is ...
Venki Sundaram, Allon Barsam, Amar Alwitry, 2009
Roy and Fraunfelder's Current Ocular Therapy
The term scleromalacia perforans was coined by van der Hoeve in 1934 to
describe a rare form of scleritis that occurs mainly in postmenopausal women
with long-standing polyarticular rheumatoid arthritis. The condition also occurs as
Frederick Hampton Roy, Frederick W. Fraunfelder, Frederick T. Fraunfelder, 2008
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SCLEROMALACIA»
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Episclerite passata, rimasti capillari visibili.
Scleromalacia Perforante: E' una condizione rara, bilaterale che interessa soprattutto paziennti molto anziani (settima decade di vita) con una storia di artrite ... «Dica 33, Aug 12»
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