Studies of Glaucoma Damage and its Prevention

Harry Quigley, MD
Wilmer Eye Institute (Baltimore, MD)
Year Awarded:
1987
Grant Duration:
April 1, 1987 to March 31, 1988
Disease:
Glaucoma
Award Amount:
$51,900
Grant Reference ID:
G1987062
Award Type:
Standard
Award Region:
US Northeastern

Studies of Glaucoma Damage and its Prevention

Summary

Publications

Jampel, H.D., Morrison, J., Vocci, M., and Quigley, H. (1988) Identification of fibrin/fibrinogen in glaucoma filtration surgery wounds. Ophthalmol. Surg. 19:576-579.  

Jampel, H.D., Robin, A.L., and Quigley, H.A. (1988) Apraclonadine: a one week dose response study. Arch. Ophthalmol. 106:1069-1073.  

McCartney, D.L., Memmen, J.E., Stark, W.J., Quigley, H.A., et al. (1988) The efficacy and safety of combined trabeculectomy, cataract extraction, and intraocular lens implantation. Ophthalmol. 95:754-762.  

Del Priore, L.V., Glaser, B.M., Quigley, H.A., et al. (1988) Morphology of pig retinal pigment epithelium maintained in organ culture. Arch. Ophthalmol. 106:1286-1290.  

Scott, D.R. and Quigley, H.A. (1988) Medical management of a high bleb phase after trabeculectomies. Ophthalmol. 95:1169-1173.  

Jampel, H.D., McGuigan, L.J.B., Dunkelberger, G.R., L'Hernault, N.L., and Quigley, H.A. (1988) Cellular proliferation after experimental glaucoma filtration surgery. Arch. Ophthalmol. 106:89-94.  

Zarbin, M.A., Michaels, R.G., DeBustros, S., Quigley, H.A., et al. (1988) Endolaser treatment of the ciliary body for severe glaucoma. Ophthalmol. 94:1631-1645.  

Miller, K.M. and Quigley, H.A. (1988) The clinical appearance of the lamina cribrosa as a function of the extent of glaucomatous optic nerve damage. Ophthalmol. 95:135-138.  

Quigley, H.A., Dunkelberger, G.R., and Green, W.R. (1988) Chronic human glaucoma causing selectively greater loss of large optic nerve fibers. Ophthalmology. 95:357-363.  

Morrison, J.C., Jerdan, J.A., L'Hernault, N.L., and Quigley, H.A. (1988) The extracellular matrix composition of the monkey optic nerve head. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci. 29:1141-1150.  
 

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