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  1. Topical cyclosporine A cationic ophthalmic emulsion in paediatric vernal keratoconjunctivitis: pooled analysis of randomised NOVATIVE and VEKTIS trials
  2. Effective cataract surgical coverage in adults aged 50 years and older: estimates from population-based surveys in 55 countries
  3. Effective refractive error coverage in adults aged 50 years and older: estimates from population-based surveys in 61 countries
  4. The impact of the pandemic highlights the urgent need for myopia guidelines: The clinicians’ role
  5. Prevalence of refractive errors in Hungary reveals three-fold increase in myopia
  6. A new biofeedback training possibility for amblyopic patients
  7. Recently updated global diabetic retinopathy screening guidelines: commonalities, differences, and future possibilities
  8. Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on Emergency Inpatient Volume at a Tertiary Eye Care Center in Germany with Corneal Main Specialization
  9. How to slow down myopia epidemics
  10. Dichoptic Spatial Contrast Sensitivity Reflects Binocular Balance in Normal and Stereoanomalous Subjects
  11. Rapid assessment of avoidable blindness-based healthcare costs of diabetic retinopathy in Hungary and its projection for the year 2045
  12. Relationship between diabetes mellitus and cataract in Hungary
  13. Twelve-Month Results of Cyclosporine A Cationic Emulsion in a Randomized Study in Patients With Pediatric Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis
  14. Cataract blindness in Hungary
  15. Retinal Function in Patients with Adalimumab Treatment: Long-term Follow-up with Microperimetry
  16. The validity of telemedicine-based screening for retinopathy of prematurity in the Premature Eye Rescue Program in Hungary
  17. Rural–urban disparities in the prevalence of diabetes and diabetic eye complications in Hungary
  18. Targeting neuronal and glial cell types with synthetic promoter AAVs in mice, non-human primates and humans
  19. A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Cyclosporine A Cationic Emulsion in Pediatric Vernal Keratoconjunctivitis
  20. How to prevent blindness in Europe?
  21. Preliminary Findings on the Optimization of Visual Performance in Patients with Age-Related Macular Degeneration Using Biofeedback Training
  22. Diabetes and blindness in people with diabetes in Hungary
  23. Phase I Trial of Recombinant Human Nerve Growth Factor for Neurotrophic Keratitis
  24. Phase II Randomized, Double-Masked, Vehicle-Controlled Trial of Recombinant Human Nerve Growth Factor for Neurotrophic Keratitis
  25. Individual Test Point Fluctuations of Macular Sensitivity in Healthy Eyes and Eyes With Age-Related Macular Degeneration Measured With Microperimetry
  26. Feasibility of the rapid assessment of avoidable blindness with diabetic retinopathy module (RAAB+DR) in industrialised countries: challenges and lessons learned in Hungary
  27. Subjective health expectations of patients with age-related macular degeneration treated with antiVEGF drugs
  28. Visual impairment and blindness in Hungary
  29. Cukorbetegség és retinopathia diabetica regionális egyenlőtlenségei Magyarországon az 50 éves és idősebb korú lakosság körében
  30. Bipolar cell gap junctions serve major signaling pathways in the human retina
  31. Retinal Sensitivity and Fixation Stability Changes during Repeated Microperimetry
  32. Diabetes and diabetic retinopathy in people aged 50 years and older in Hungary
  33. Calcium buffer proteins are specific markers of human retinal neurons
  34. The inheritance of corneal endothelial cell density
  35. Congenital Nystagmus Gene FRMD7 Is Necessary for Establishing a Neuronal Circuit Asymmetry for Direction Selectivity
  36. The Role of Health Anxiety and Depressive Symptoms in Dry Eye Disease
  37. The Effect of Axial Length on the Thickness of Intraretinal Layers of the Macula
  38. Dexamethasone intravitreal implant in previously treated patients with diabetic macular edema: subgroup analysis of the MEAD study
  39. In Vivo Confocal Microscopic Imaging of the Cornea After Femtosecond and Excimer Laser-assisted Penetrating Keratoplasty
  40. Modeling of in vivo acousto-optic two-photon imaging of the retina in the human eye
  41. Characterization of connexin36 gap junctions in the human outer retina
  42. Isotonic Glycerol and Sodium Hyaluronate Containing Artificial Tear Decreases Conjunctivochalasis after One and Three Months: A Self-Controlled, Unmasked Study
  43. Subretinal Visual Implant Alpha IMS – Clinical trial interim report
  44. Erratum zu: Genauigkeit und Relevanz der CT-Volumetrie bei offenen Bulbusverletzungen mit intraokularen Fremdkörpern
  45. Bilateral cystoid macular edema following docetaxel chemotherapy in a patient with retinitis pigmentosa: a case report
  46. Telemedical diabetic retinopathy screening in Hungary: a pilot programme
  47. Genauigkeit und Relevanz der CT-Volumetrie bei offenen Bulbusverletzungen mit intraokularen Fremdkörpern
  48. Leber Congenital Amaurosis: First Genotyped Hungarian Patients and Report of 2 Novel Mutations in the CRB1 and CEP290 Genes
  49. Laser treatment for retinopathy of prematurity in neonatal intensive care units. Premature Eye Rescue Program
  50. Dry Eye and Corneal Langerhans Cells in Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
  51. Genetic Covariance Between Central Corneal Thickness and Anterior Chamber Volume: A Hungarian Twin Study
  52. Genetic effects on refraction and correlation with hemodynamic variables: A twin study
  53. Retinal and choroidal thickness measurements using spectral domain optical coherence tomography in anterior and intermediate uveitis
  54. Macular Changes Correlate with the Degree of Acute Anterior Uveitis in Patients with Spondyloarthropathy
  55. Scheimpflug Imaging for Long-Term Evaluation of Optical Components in Hungarian Children With a History of Preterm Birth
  56. Pathologic Alterations of the Outer Retina in Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetes
  57. Spectral domain optical coherence tomography in patients after successful management of postoperative endophthalmitis following cataract surgery by pars plana vitrectomy
  58. Retinal thickness measurements with optical coherence biometry and optical coherence tomography
  59. The role of complement activation in the pathogenesis of Fuchs’ dystrophy
  60. Confocal Microscopy of Epithelial and Langerhans Cells of the Cornea in Patients Using Travoprost Drops Containing Two Different Preservatives
  61. Optical Coherence Tomography Features of POEMS Syndrome and Castleman Disease-associated Papillopathy
  62. Amblyopic Deficit Beyond the Fovea: Delayed and Variable Single-Trial ERP Response Latencies, but Unaltered Amplitudes
  63. A Morphological Study of Retinal Changes in Unilateral Amblyopia Using Optical Coherence Tomography Image Segmentation
  64. Measurements of Orbital Volume using Cone-Beam Computed Tomography in Eye Movement Abnormalities
  65. Comparison of thickness values in nine macular subfields using time-domain and spectral-domain optical coherence tomography
  66. Long term intravitreal ranibizumab treatment for exsudative age-related macular degeneration
  67. Hypertension-related eye abnormalities
  68. Corneal Langerhans cell and dry eye examinations in ankylosing spondylitis
  69. Amblyopic deficits in the timing and strength of visual cortical responses to faces
  70. Lack of association between VAP-1/SSAO activity and corneal neovascularization in a rabbit model
  71. Beta-glucogallin reduces the expression of lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammatory markers by inhibition of aldose reductase in murine macrophages and ocular tissues
  72. Behcet’s disease: a hardly diagnosed orphan disorder
  73. Complement Activation in the Aqueous Humor of Pseudophakic Bullous Keratopathy Patients
  74. In vivo confocal microscopic evaluation of corneal Langerhans cell density, and distribution and evaluation of dry eye in rheumatoid arthritis
  75. Lid-parallel conjunctival folds (LIPCOF) and dry eye: a multicentre study
  76. Corneal Changes in Progressive Keratoconus After Cross-linking Assessed by Scheimpflug Camera
  77. Positioning of Electronic Subretinal Implants in Blind Retinitis Pigmentosa Patients Through Multimodal Assessment of Retinal Structures
  78. Visual cortical responses to the input from the amblyopic eye are suppressed during binocular viewing
  79. In Vivo Evaluation of Retinal Neurodegeneration in Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
  80. Both Freshly Prepared and Frozen-Stored Amniotic Membrane Cells Express the Complement Inhibitor CD59
  81. Tear Film Function in Patients with Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis Outside the Pollen Season
  82. Increased Tear Osmolarity in Patients with Severe Cases of Conjunctivochalasis
  83. The Structure and Function of the Macula in Patients with Advanced Retinitis Pigmentosa
  84. OCT Imaging of Lid-Parallel Conjunctival Folds in Soft Contact Lens Wearers
  85. Erratum zu: Hornhaut Konfokal-Mikroskopie bei einer bilateralen Augenverletzung mit multiplen kornealen Fremdkörpern
  86. Drug Reservoir Function of Human Amniotic Membrane
  87. Hornhaut Konfokal-Mikroskopie bei einer bilateralen Augenverletzung mit multiplen kornealen Fremdkörpern
  88. Imaging Lid-Parallel Conjunctival Folds with OCT and Comparing Its Grading with the Slit Lamp Classification in Dry Eye Patients and Normal Subjects
  89. Mechanism of aberration balance and the effect on retinal image quality in keratoconus: Optical and visual characteristics of keratoconus
  90. Vision restoration with implants in retinal degenerations
  91. Cone function in children with a history of preterm birth
  92. Preliminary studies of the effects of vascular adhesion protein-1 inhibitors on experimental corneal neovascularization
  93. Prognostische Faktoren und klinische Ergebnisse in der Behandlung von offenen Augenverletzungen mit intraokularen Fremdkörpern
  94. The role of reference body selection in calculating posterior corneal elevation and prediction of keratoconus using rotating Scheimpflug camera
  95. Kinetic analysis of topographical parameters and interference pattern of tear lipid layer in normal subjects
  96. Comparison of Tearscope-Plus versus Slit Lamp Measurements of Inferior Tear Meniscus Height in Normal Individuals
  97. Anterior chamber characteristics of keratoconus assessed by rotating Scheimpflug imaging
  98. Intraocular lens exchange in patients with negative dysphotopsia symptoms
  99. Role of Multifocal Electroretinography in the Diagnosis of Idiopathic Macular Hole
  100. Permeability of Human Amniotic Membrane to Ofloxacin In Vitro
  101. Shifting of the Line of Sight in Keratoconus Measured by a Hartmann-Shack Sensor
  102. Boundary Detection Errors on Optical Coherence Tomography Images in Patients with Diabetic Retinopathy
  103. Reliability and interobserver variability of non-invasive tear film parameters
  104. Unusual echographic form of retinoblastoma
  105. Diffuse type alteration of the ocular wall in different eye diseases
  106. Central Corneal Thickness Measurements with Optical Coherence Tomography and Ultrasound Pachymetry in Healthy Subjects and in Patients after Photorefractive Keratectomy
  107. Variability of Higher Order Wavefront Aberrations After Blinks
  108. Ultrasonographische Befunde bei Endophthalmitis nach Kataraktoperationen
  109. Confocal Microscopic Evidence of Increased Langerhans Cell Activity after Corneal Metal Foreign Body Removal
  110. Hydroxypropyl-guar gellable lubricant eye drops for dry eye treatment
  111. A Comparison of Macular Structure Imaged by Optical Coherence Tomography in Preterm and Full-Term Children
  112. In-vitro-Untersuchung der Mikrostruktur von handelsüblichen ophthalmologischen Suspensionen mittels HRT-II Rostock Cornea Modul
  113. Cataract surgery anaesthesia: is topical anaesthesia really better than retrobulbar?
  114. In vivo confocal laser scanning microscopy of the cornea in dry eye
  115. Dynamics of ocular surface topography in healthy subjects
  116. Reproducibility of Keratometric Measurements Decreases with Time after Blinking
  117. The Triple Classification of Dry Eye for Practical Clinical Use
  118. Spontaneous alterations of the corneal topographic pattern
  120. Distribution of Axial, Corneal, and Combined Ametropia in a Refractive Surgery Unit
  121. Non-invasive volumetric blood flow measurement in the orbit
  122. The Diameters of the Human Retinal Branch Vessels Do Not Change in Darkness
  123. Optical and ultrasound measurement of axial length and anterior chamber depth for intraocular lens power calculation
  124. Different autoregulation response to dynamic exercise in ophthalmic and central retinal arteries: a color Doppler study in healthy subjects
  125. Visual acuity and corneal surface regularity after blinking
  126. Observer experience improves reproducibility of color doppler sonography of orbital blood vessels
  127. Eye Health Care in Hungary
  128. Retinal Microcirculation Correlates With Ocular Wall Thickness, Axial Eye Length, and Refraction in Glaucoma Patients
  129. Central retinal vessel trunk exit and location of glaucomatous parapapillary atrophy in glaucoma11The authors have no propriety interests in the products or devices mentioned herein.
  130. Corneal topography changes after a 15 second pause in blinking
  131. Conversion Formulas between Automated-Perimetry Indexes as Measured by Two Different Types of Instrument
  132. Austritt des retinalen Zentralgefäßstammes und Ausprägung der parapapillären Atrophie
  133. Excimer laser treatment of hyperopia
  134. Examination of subepithelial scarring with ultrasound biomicroscopy following photorefractive keratectomy
  135. A Case of Paradoxical Worsening of Dural-Sinus Arteriovenous Malformation Syndrome after Neurosurgery
  136. Echographic Signs of Perfluorodecalin
  137. Changes in the ocular dimensions after trabeculectomy
  138. Primary Sj�gren's syndrome from the viewpoint of an internal physician
  139. Use of ultrasound diagnostics in lacrimal sac diseases
  140. The posterior coats of the eye in glaucoma
  141. Comparison of the two primary surgical procedures for disrupted canaliculus
  142. A new device in ultrasound diagnostics of the lacrimal sac
  143. Dacryocystography or echography?: Value of these diagnostic methods before and after dacryocystorhinostomy