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    • Contralateral Clinically Unaffected Eyes of Patients With Unilateral Infectious Keratitis Demonstrate a Sympathetic Immune Response 

      Cruzat, Andrea; Schrems, Wolfgang A.; Schrems-Hoesl, Laura M.; Cavalcanti, Bernardo M.; Baniasadi, Neda; Witkin, Deborah; Pavan-Langston, Deborah; Dana, Reza; Hamrah, Pedram (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2015)
      Purpose To analyze the contralateral unaffected eyes of patients with microbial keratitis (MK) for any immune cell or nerve changes by laser in vivo confocal microscopy (IVCM). Methods A prospective study was ...
    • Degeneration and Regeneration of Subbasal Corneal Nerves after Infectious Keratitis 

      Müller, Rodrigo T.; Abedi, Farshad; Cruzat, Andrea; Witkin, Deborah; Baniasadi, Neda; Cavalcanti, Bernardo M.; Jamali, Arsia; Chodosh, James; Dana, Reza; Pavan-Langston, Deborah; Hamrah, Pedram (Elsevier BV, 2015)
      Purpose To investigate the longitudinal alterations of subbasal corneal nerves in patients with infectious keratitis (IK) during acute phase, cessation of treatment and recovery phase by in vivo confocal microscopy ...
    • Inflammation and the Nervous System: The Connection in the Cornea in Patients with Infectious Keratitis 

      Cruzat, Andrea; Witkin, Deborah; Baniasadi, Neda; Zheng, Lixin; Ciolino, Joseph B; Jurkunas, Ula V.; Chodosh, James; Pavan-Langston, Deborah; Dana, Reza; Hamrah, Pedram (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2011)
      Purpose. To study the density and morphologic characteristics of epithelial dendritic cells, as correlated to subbasal corneal nerve alterations in acute infectious keratitis (IK) by in vivo confocal microscopy ...
    • Inflammation and the Nervous System: The Connection in the Cornea in Patients with Infectious Keratitis 

      Cruzat, Andrea; Witkin, Deborah; Baniasadi, Neda; Zheng, Lixin; Ciolino, Joseph B; Jurkunas, Ula V.; Chodosh, James; Pavan-Langston, Deborah; Dana, Reza; Hamrah, Pedram (Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), 2011)
      Purpose.: To investigate the ability of bevacizumab to penetrate the cornea after topical application or subconjunctival injection. Methods.: Bevacizumab 1% was topically applied three times a day to the corneas of mice ...