Test-retest variability of intraocular pressure and ocular pulse amplitude for dynamic contour tonometry: a multicentre study.
Diagnostic ability of Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3 classifications: glaucoma probability score versus Moorfields regression analysis.
Short-term changes in the optic nerve head and visual field after trabeculectomy.
Performance of GDx and HRT in the Finnish Evidence-Based Guideline for Open-Angle Glaucoma.
[Functional relationship between retinal sensitivity threshold values assessed by standard automated perimetry in glaucoma].
Three-dimensional geometries representing the retinal nerve fiber layer in multiple sclerosis, optic neuritis, and healthy eyes.
Finding of retinal nerve fiber layer hypertrophy in ataxia of Charlevoix-Saguenay patients.
Frequency-doubling technology: searching for the optimum diagnostic criteria for glaucoma.
Diagnostic ability of the Heidelberg retina tomograph, optical coherence tomograph, and scanning laser polarimeter in open-angle glaucoma.
Contact versus peribulbar anaesthesia in trabeculectomy: a prospective randomized clinical study.
Optic nerve head changes in early glaucoma: a comparison between stereophotography and Heidelberg retina tomography.
Structure-function relationship depends on glaucoma severity.
Diagnostic ability of different tools for detection of glaucoma with confocal scanning laser tomography (Heidelberg Retina Tomograph II).
Scanning laser polarimetry: logistic regression analysis for perimetric glaucoma diagnosis.
Can frequency-doubling technology and short-wavelength automated perimetries detect visual field defects before standard automated perimetry in patients with preperimetric glaucoma?
A cost-effectiveness analysis of fixed-combination therapies in patients with open-angle glaucoma: a European perspective.
Contact-topical plus intracameral lidocaine versus peribulbar anesthesia in combined surgery: a randomized clinical trial.
[Retinal toxicity following chloroquine therapy].
Multivariate analysis of structural parameters of the optic nerve head assessed by means of confocal scanning laser (Heidelberg Retina Tomograph II).
Retinal nerve fiber layer evaluation in open-angle glaucoma. Optimum criteria for optical coherence tomography.
Comparison of the efficacy and safety of contact versus peribulbar anaesthesia in combined eye surgery.
[Relationship between standard automated perimetry and HRT, OCT and GDx in normal, ocular hypertensive and glaucomatous subjects].
[Importance of central corneal thickness when studying ocular hypertensive eyes, glaucoma suspects and preperimetric glaucomatous eyes]
[Correlation between standard automated perimetry global indices and Heidelberg Retina Tomograph II parameters].
Comparative study of retinal nerve fiber layer thickness in normal eyes, ocular hypertensives, preperimetric glaucoma and glaucomatous subjects.
[Sector-based analysis of the distribution of the neuroretinal rim by confocal scanning laser in the diagnosis of glaucoma].
[Reproducibility of optic nerve head and retinal nerve fiber layer thickness measurements using optical coherence tomography]
[Diagnostic ability of stratus optical coherence tomography (OCT) in pre-perimetric glaucoma diagnosis].
[Diagnostic usefulness of optical coherence tomography (OCT), scanning laser tomography (HRT-II) and laser polarimetry (GDx) in open-angle glaucoma]
Glaucomatous damage patterns by short-wavelength automated perimetry (SWAP) in glaucoma suspects.
[Benefit of scanning laser ophthalmoscopy for detecting retinal nerve fiber layer defects in patients with intraocular hypertension]
Effect on diurnal intraocular pressure of the fixed combination of latanoprost 0.005% and timolol 0.5% administered in the evening in glaucoma.
Short-wavelength automated perimetry and frequency-doubling technology perimetry in glaucoma.
Diagnostic ability of the Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3 for glaucoma.
Logistic regression analysis for early glaucoma diagnosis using optical coherence tomography.
Discriminating between normal and glaucoma-damaged eyes with the Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3.
Mapping standard automated perimetry to the peripapillary retinal nerve fiber layer in glaucoma.
Ability of optical imaging devices to detect early structural damage in ocular hypertension.
Ability of different optical imaging devices to discriminate between healthy and glaucomatous eyes.
Performance of imaging devices versus optic disc and fiber layer photography in a clinical practice guideline for glaucoma diagnosis.
Relationship between standard automated perimetry and retinal nerve fiber layer parameters obtained with optical coherence tomography.
Diagnostic ability of a linear discriminant function for optic nerve head parameters measured with optical coherence tomography for perimetric glaucoma.
[Optic nerve head parameters as measured by confocal scanning laser (Heidelberg Retina Tomograph II) in normal, ocular hypertensive and glaucomatous subjects].
Diagnostic assessment of normal and pale optic nerve heads by confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope and stereophotography.
[Evaluation of four new discriminant functions for HRT II in glaucoma diagnosis]
Long-term perimetric fluctuation in patients with different stages of glaucoma.
[Diagnostic ability of GDx VCC for glaucoma diagnosis]
Retinal nerve fiber hypertrophy in ataxia of Charlevoix-Saguenay patients.
A European perspective on costs and cost effectiveness of ophthalmic combinations in the treatment of open-angle glaucoma.
Retinal nerve fibre layer evaluation in ocular hypertensive eyes using optical coherence tomography and scanning laser polarimetry in the diagnosis of early glaucomatous defects.
Treatment of allergic conjunctivitis: results of a 1-month, single-masked randomized study.
Can mean central corneal thickness and its 24-hour fluctuation influence fluctuation of intraocular pressure?
[Ability of Heidelberg Retina Tomograph III to predict progression in patients with early glaucoma or suspected primary open-angle glaucoma].
The circadian curve of intraocular pressure: can we estimate its characteristics during office hours?
[Relationship between standard automated perimetry and retinal nerve fiber layer parameters measured with laser polarimetry].
[Relationship between standard automated perimetry and optic nerve head topography performed with the Heidelberg Retina Tomograph].
International vision requirements for driver licensing and disability pensions: using a milestone approach in characterization of progressive eye disease.
Author response: estimation of hemoglobin levels in the optic nerve head for glaucoma management.
Retinal nerve fibre layer thickness in ARSACS: myelination or hypertrophy?
Changes in frequency-doubling perimetry in patients with type I diabetes prior to retinopathy.
Measuring hemoglobin levels in the optic nerve head: comparisons with other structural and functional parameters of glaucoma.
Linear discriminant functions to improve the glaucoma probability score analysis to detect glaucomatous optic nerve heads: a multicenter study.
[Retinal nerve fiber layer thickness alterations in patients with obstructive sleep apnea].
Topographic relationship between frequency-doubling technology threshold values.
Predictive value of retrobulbar blood flow velocities in glaucoma suspects.
Predictive value of confocal scanning laser for the onset of visual field loss in glaucoma suspects.