Articles tagged with: Plaquenil

Macular Ganglion Cell Loss In Ocular Disorders

The Structure/Function Conundrum

Macular Ganglion Cell Loss In Ocular Disorders

- Glaucoma is a neurodegenerative disease causing the loss of retinal ganglion cells
- Ganglion cell numbers range from approximately .7 million to 1.5 million
- Density is greatest in the macula where the ganglion cell layer can be 6 cells deep
- The thinnest and densest layer of ganglion cells is in a 1 to 1.5 mm radius of the fovea

So You Think Checking For Plaquenil Toxicity Will Not Make A Difference?

A STORY THAT NEEDS TO BE TOLD

So You Think Checking For Plaquenil Toxicity Will Not Make A Difference?

Recently new guidelines for the management of patients taking PLAQUENIL were released. Two of the authors of this article published in this area, being the first to point to the importance of assessing kidney and liver function in all patients scheduled to be placed on PLAQUENIL.

Wednesday, 20 February 2013 Written by Larry J Alexander OD FAAO, Kim Sneed, LPN, CNC, Dwayne Yeager BSRT, OD, FAAO Posted in Philosophy/Editorials

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