Methods LASIK were performed on 526 case(Il05) eyes with temperal stalk of corneal flap using rotating microkeratome. According to refraction the pations were divided into 3 groups:<-3.00D,-3.25D～-8.00D and -8.25D～12.50D. All of them were followed up for 6 months on complication, visual acuity and refractive.
After a mean follow-up period of 5.4 months(range 3 to 29 months),the corrected visual acuity in 93.7%of the patients reached to 0.5 or better. Postoperative complications included posteriorcapsule opacification and iris posterior synechiae.
The use of nozzles with a supersonic part introduces a considerable degree of complication into the method for the analytical calculation of the draft characteristics and the program for their experimental investigation.
Due to the complication of the process, analytic results have practically not been available so far.
The flow in the Knudsen layer becomes two-dimensional, and this leads to a considerable complication of the solution of the problem.
A comparison between the average interface dynamics for high-frequency rotational vibration  and translational unidirectional vibration [2, 3] shows that a complication of the oscillation pattern leads to qualitatively novel effects.
It remains unclear whether there are a specific low temperature and very long-term isothermal treatments at which this simple model ceases to work correctly and requires complication or even revision.
The increased glucose flux through this metabolic pathway has been linked to the development of diabetic complications such as neuropathy, nephropathy, retinopathy, and cataract.
Inhibitors of AR thus seem to have the potential to prevent or treat diabetic complications.
Diabetic complications including nephropathy, neuropathy, and cataract are leading causes of end-stage renal diseases and neurological disorders.
Excessive accumulation of intracellular sorbitol found in various tissues of diabetic animals and in cells cultured under high glucose conditions has been proposed to be an important factor for the pathogenesis of diabetic complications.
Indole ring-containing AR inhibitors have received considerable attention as potential treatments for diabetic complications.
The incidences of postoperative complications of the three groups were 31.7%, 29.5% and 24.4%, respectively, with no significant difference among them.
The postoperative complications due to CTGA (23.7%) were not significantly different from those due to KHA (25.7%) (P = 0.420).
Preoperative correction of antiendotoxin immunity and hemostasis and improvement of urine passage prevented bleeding and other postoperative complications.
Hence, during the pretreatment of the radial artery for its subsequent coronary bypass grafting, the inhibition of calmodulin can be efficacious in preventing intra-and postoperative complications that can be produced by the spasm of arterial grafts.
In all the patients we evaluated intraoperative and early postoperative complications.
Postoperative complications included posterior capsual opacification (7 eyes); secondary glaucoma (1 eye); and retinal detachment (2 eyes).
Complications included myocardial infarction in 4 patients (1.7%), sternal infection in 2 (0.8%), renal insufficiency in 2 (0.8%), prolonged respiratory ventilation in 28 (11.9%) and reoperation for bleeding in 6 (2.5%).
Late complications included endocarditis (2), minor hemorrhagic event (1) and stroke (1).
Other complications included headache (2), tremors (2), fatigue (2), restlessness, nervousness, transient enuresis, intermittent dizziness, critical illness myopathy and detached retina.
Other complications included a temporary Horner's syndrome in one patient, a pneumothorax in the immediate post-operative period in another and a unilateral non-infective reactionary pleural effusion in a third.