Objective To investigate the toxic effect of different concentrations of povidone iodine made in China on the rabbits' cornealepithelia and endothelia, and to discuss the feasibility and suitable concentrationof PVP-I used as conjunctival sac instillation before eye surgery or after surgery.
Methods Three-hundred and eighteen patients (636 eyes) were selected, in which infectious eye diseases, immune diseases, cataract, vitreous and retinal diseases and history of eye surgery were excluded.
Such formulations offer the possibility of once a day application of corticosteroid eye drops after eye surgery, and more intensive topical steroid treatment in severe inflammation.
Samples of human uveo-scleral tissue were taken from seven men undergoing eye surgery for a traumatic lesion of the anterior segment of the eye, without involvement of the iris-corneal angle and /or from eye donors.
Eye surgery in Stockholm at the beginning and at the end of the 20th century: a comparative study
Three of the 28 patients assessed following eye surgery who had no history of hallucinatory phenomena experienced visual hallucinations on the 2nd postoperative day without showing any other psychiatric symptoms.
Forty-three patients with severe visual impairment due to bilateral eye disease were assessed for visual hallucinations, 28 of them after eye surgery.