Murat, Dogru

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Affiliation

School of Medicine, Department of Ophthalmology (Shinanomachi)

Position

Project Associate Professor (Non-tenured)

 

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  • Decreased Visual Acuity by an Irregular Corneal Posterior Surface After Repeat Descemet Stripping Automated Endothelial Keratoplasty

    Yazu, H., Yamaguchi, T., Dogru, M., Satake, Y., Tsubota, K. and Shimazaki, J.

    Eye Contact Lens 44 Suppl 1   S249 - s254 2018.09

    ISSN  1542-2321

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    PURPOSE: To investigate the impact of higher-order aberrations (HOAs) on visual acuity after repeat Descemet stripping automated endothelial keratoplasty (DSAEK) in the same eyes. METHODS: This retrospective comparative case series includes 23 patients who underwent DSAEK twice in the same eyes (46 DSAEK in total). We evaluated the HOAs of the anterior and posterior corneal surfaces, and total cornea using the Fourier analysis data from anterior segment optical coherence tomography. Eyes were divided into one of the following groups, based on the improvement and decline in the best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA) after repeat DSAEK; group A: 12 eyes with an improvement >/= 2 lines, group B: 12 eyes with a decline </= 2 lines, and group C: 11 eyes with no change or change within 1 line. RESULTS: The HOAs of the posterior surface in group B were significantly greater than those of group A (P=0.028), whereas there were no significant differences in the anterior surface and total corneal HOAs between groups A and B (P=0.12 and 0.08). There were no significant differences in the anterior and posterior surface as well as total cornea HOAs between initial DSAEK and repeat DSAEK in group C (P=0.87, 0.65, and 0.42). The postoperative BCVA had a significant correlation with the HOAs of the anterior and posterior surfaces as well as the total cornea (R=0.40, 0.46, and 0.53; P=0.01, 0.002, and 0.001). CONCLUSIONS: Posterior corneal HOAs can have a negative influence on the visual acuity after endothelial keratoplasty.

  • Caruncular and Pericaruncular Sebaceous Gland Hyperplasia: A Report of 2 Cases and Literature Review

    Ogawa, M., Shinzawa, M., Dogru, M., Miyauchi, J., Tanaka, Y., Ogawa, Y., Obata, H., Tsubota, K. and Shimazaki, J.

    Eye Contact Lens 44 Suppl 1   S316 - s319 2018.09

    ISSN  1542-2321

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    PURPOSE: To report the clinical and histopathological features of two patients with caruncular and pericaruncular sebaceous gland hyperplasia (SGH) with a literature review. METHODS: We performed a retrospective pathology database search of 1195 ophthalmic specimens receiving the clinical diagnosis of SGH for caruncular/pericaruncular lesions during 2004 to 2014 at Tokyo Dental College, Ichikawa General Hospital. Paraffin sections were stained with hematoxylin and eosin. A retrospective patient record and literature review was also performed. RESULTS: Database search disclosed 2 male patients with SGH of 1195 specimens (0.15%). Pathological specimens revealed neither any cellular/nuclear atypia nor any mitotic figures and invasive features. No recurrences were observed in these 2 cases 12 to 18 months after excision. CONCLUSIONS: Caruncle and pericaruncular SGH is an uncommon lesion which needs careful histopathological evaluation for differentiation especially from caruncular neoplasias.

  • Application of CASIA SS-1000 Optical Coherence Tomography Tear Meniscus Imaging in Testing the Efficacy of New Strip Meniscometry in Dry Eye Diagnosis

    Shinzawa, M., Dogru, M., Miyasaka, K., Shimazaki, J. and Sekiryu, T.

    Eye Contact Lens 44 Suppl 1   S44 - s49 2018.09

    ISSN  1542-2321

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    PURPOSE: To investigate the applicability of CASIA SS-1000 anterior-segment optical coherence tomography (AS-OCT) imaging parameters in testing the efficacy of the new strip meniscometry (SM) namely "Strip Meniscometry Tube" (SMTube) in the diagnosis of dry eyes. METHODS: Forty-three eyes of 22 patients (4 men and 18 women) with definite dry eye disease (DED) and 49 eyes of 28 normal controls (6 men and 22 women) were studied. All subjects underwent symptom questionnaires, SMTube, the Schirmer-1 test, tear film break-up time measurement, vital staining examinations, as well as tear meniscus height (TMH) and TM area (TMA) measurements using an AS-OCT system. We evaluated the cutoff values for the diagnosis of DED, looked into the correlations between TMH, TMA, and SMTube scores and checked the sensitivity and specificity of these parameters in the diagnosis of DED. RESULTS: The mean values of TMH, TMA, and SMTube scores in the patient group were 0.138+/-0.102 mm, 0.013+/-0.015 mm and 1.4+/-2.3 mm, whereas those for the control group were 0.27+/-0.10 mm, 0.033+/-0.025 mm and 5.8+/-2.8 mm, respectively. The differences between both groups were significant (P<0.001). The cutoff values of TMH, TMA, and SMTube for DED were 0.197 mm, 0.020 mm and 3.8 mm, respectively. SMTube had significant correlations with TMH (r=0.82, P<0.001) and TMA (r=0.86, P<0.001). CONCLUSIONS: The SMTube was useful in DED diagnosis, the validity of which could be effectively evaluated by the CASIA SS-1000 AS-OCT TM parameters.

  • Association of Epithelial Atypia With Recurrence After Surgical Excision in Conjunctival Papilloma

    Yazu, H., Dogru, M., Miyauchi, J., Tanaka, Y., Yamaguchi, T., Den, S., Satake, Y., Tsubota, K. and Shimazaki, J.

    Eye Contact Lens 44 Suppl 1   S77 - s81 2018.09

    ISSN  1542-2321

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    PURPOSE: To investigate the association between recurrence of conjunctival papillomas and presence of atypical epithelial changes in patients undergoing surgical excision for conjunctival papilloma. METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed 1,195 ophthalmic pathology specimens from 2004 to 2014 at Ichikawa General Hospital. Pathologic specimens of 5 patients with a final diagnosis of "conjunctival papilloma" were stained with hematoxylin-eosin, Ki 67, p53, human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 and 18 antibodies. RESULTS: Of 1,195 patients, 5 patients (4 men, 1 woman; age range: 27 approximately 57 years, mean age: 38.4 years) had a diagnosis of conjunctival papilloma, which constituted to 0.42% of the pathologic diagnosis made for the ophthalmology specimens. All specimens displayed multiple fronds of thickened conjunctival epithelium that enclosed cores of vascularized connective tissues. Three patients with recurrence after surgical excision demonstrated moderate to severe epithelial atypia, who also showed higher staining with Ki67 and p53 compared with patients with no recurrence. HPV16 and 18 antibodies staining did not appear to relate to recurrences. CONCLUSIONS: Conjunctival papillomas with higher positive staining for Ki67 and p53 seem to have a higher risk of recurrence even after complete surgical excision and necessitate careful follow-up.

  • Alterations of Murine Subbasal Corneal Nerves After Environmental Dry Eye Stress

    Simsek, C., Kojima, T., Dogru, M. and Tsubota, K.

    Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci 59 ( 5 ) 1986 - 1995 2018.04

    ISSN  0146-0404

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    Purpose: To investigate the morphologic changes in the corneal subbasal nerve (CSN) plexus in wild-type mice after exposure to environmental dry eye stress (EDES) using in vivo confocal microscopy (IVCM). Methods: We examined 22 eyes of 8-week-old wild-type male mice (Balb/c, n = 11). The mice were exposed to an air fan inside a small compartment 5 hours/day for 3 days (EDES). Aqueous tear secretion and corneal epithelial damage were assessed. The CSNs were investigated by laser-scanning IVCM. Density; tortuosity; and reflectivity of CSNs; and dendritic cell (DC) densities were evaluated using semi-automated NeuronJ software. Results: EDES significantly decreased the aqueous tear secretion quantity (P = 0.0019) and significantly increased the corneal fluorescein (P = 0.005) and lissamine green staining scores (P = 0003). The CSN density showed a significant decrease after EDES exposure (before, 2813 +/- 762 pixels/frame; after, 1906 +/- 896 pixels/frame, P = 0.0071). The tortuosity and the reflectivity grades did not show statistically significant differences after EDES exposure (tortuosity, P = 0.307; reflectivity, P = 0.758). However, the mean DC density showed a significant increase after EDES exposure (before, 12.62 +/- 5.94 cells/mm2; after, 15.93 +/- 5.30 cells/mm2, P = 0.026). Conclusions: Even short-term exposure to EDES induced alterations in the CSN plexus morphology including decreased subbasal corneal nerve density and increased amount of DCs in mice. The EDES mouse model is a promising model to study the ocular surface and corneal nerve changes associated with dry eye disease.

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