ObjectiveTO observe a series of clinical signs, inclding the pseudomyopia sufferer' s visual acuity, clinical myopia diopter, the actual refraction count, the accomodative spasm diopter, oculi axes length, the positive relative accommodation(5m), disease course, the age distribution scope, the correlation between the visual acuity decrease degree and the accommodative spasm diopter, and to discuss the clinical characters of pseudomyopia.
Thyroid associated ophthalmopathy(TAO) is an autoimmune disease, of which incidence is the highest in adult orbital disease, about 20%, prominently involving both the extroocular muscles, the retroorbital fat/connective tissue and the lacrimal glands, so its clinical manifestations are impairment of eye movement, proptosis, lacrimation(stimulated by inflammation) or dry eye(when lacrimal glands involved seriously).
Six AI patients were diagnosed according to clinical characteristics.
Our patients' clinical characteristics (such as diagnosis, manner and reason for attendance, and type of intervention) were also studied and related to the above epidemiological factors.
Patients admitted to the inpatient ward of a psychiatric unit in a general hospital have been studied with regard to their clinical characteristics, reasons for admission and discharge patterns.
The epidemiological, social and clinical characteristics of 259 male and 475 female parasuicides in Hong Kong were compared.
The socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of patients admitted to a large psychiatric hospital during a six month period of industrial action by nurses are described and compared with those from a similar period in the previous year.
Clinical manifestations and outcomes in severe ulcerative colitis
In order to evaluate the clinical manifestations and outcomes of severe ulcerative colitis (UC), we retrospectively reviewed 41 patients with severe UC from 144 consecutively hospitalized UC cases from 1988 to 2004.
The ARVC, usually presenting with different clinical manifestations and pathological changes, were mainly seen in young men and is one of the main causes of sudden death in the young.
Intrahemispheric coherence of the EEG depending on clinical manifestations of temporal epilepsy in children
Significant interhemispheric differences in coherence dependent on clinical manifestations of the disease were detected.