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ARNAuburn (Amtrak station code; Auburn, CA)
ARNÁcido Ribonucleico (Spanish: Ribonucleic Acid)
ARNAccess Research Network
ARNAmazon Resource Name
ARNAdvanced Remote Node
ARNAcide Ribonucléique (French: RNA)
ARNApplication Reference Number
ARNAssociation of Rehabilitation Nurses
ARNAutoridad Regulatoria Nuclear (Argentina)
ARNAlien Registration Number (US Citizenship & Immigration Services)
ARNAcute Retinal Necrosis (fast death of the retina)
ARNAviation Reference Number (Civil Aviation Safety Authority; Australia)
ARNAppui Réversible Normalisé (French: Reversible Standardized Support; limestone production)
ARNAmerican Rugby News
ARNAdditional Reference Number
ARNActions Réseaux Numériques (French: Shares Digital Network; est. 1998)
ARNStockholm, Sweden - Arlanda International (Airport Code)
ARNAnimal Rights Network
ARNArabian Reseller News
ARNAnimal Reference Number (data)
ARNAeronautical Radio Navigation
ARNAménagement et Risques Naturels (French: Planning and Natural Risks; French Bureau of Geological and Mining Research)
ARNAlabama Radio Network
ARNAccount Reference Number (finance)
ARNAlliance pour la Résistance Nationale (French: Alliance for National Resistance; est. 2001)
ARNAlternate Reference Number
ARNAdjunct Routing Number (AT&T)
ARNAuction Rate Note (finance)
ARNAcquirer Reference Number (account tracking)
ARNAlteration Request Number
ARNAir Request Network
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Diagnosis and management of the acute retinal necrosis (ARN) syndrome.
Effect of prolonged oral acyclovir treatment in acute retinal necrosis. Ocul Immunol Inflamm.
Besides, ocular involvement, such as blepharitis, keratoconjunctivitis, iritis, scleritis, and acute retinal necrosis, may occur in patients with HZO.
The company intends to advance the same drug candidates or closely related variants for the treatment of "cold sores" (orolabial herpes, primarily caused by HSV-1); genital ulcers caused by HSV-2, external eye infections caused primarily by HSV-1 (herpes keratitis), and internal ocular herpesvirus infections that are thought to lead to acute retinal necrosis.
Cassoux et al., "Necrotising retinopathies simulating acute retinal necrosis syndrome," British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
Eye floaters are associated with age greater than 50 years, diabetes, retinal tears, retinal detachment, moderate to severe nearsightedness (myopia), cataract surgery, YAG laser surgery after cataract surgery, injury to the eye, tuberculosis, sarcoidosis, syphilis, toxoplasmosis, and acute retinal necrosis. Primary or secondary tumors in the eye including lymphoma and leukemia are rare but may be associated with eye floaters.
Acute retinal necrosis (ARN) is a rapidly progressive condition with poor prognosis, and leads to vision loss in the majority of cases.
Acute retinal necrosis (ARN) is a rare but well-recognized infectious uveitis resulting in rapidly progressive necrosis.
External ocular motor palsies involving third, fourth and sixth cranial nerves are frequent in acute HZO if carefully evaluated but are usually self limiting.5 Posterior segment complications of HZO include retinal perivasculitis, optic neuritis, acute retinal necrosis and progressive outer retinal necrosis.
A combination of arterial and venous vasculitis occurs in Behcet's disease, syphilis, toxoplasmosis and acute retinal necrosis. Chorioretinal scars are associated with toxoplasmosis and sarcoidosis.
Timing of prophylactic and early vitrectomy for first- presenting or recurrent acute retinal necrosis syndrome.
Brommer, "Acute retinal necrosis (ARN) and HIV infection," Fortschritte der Ophthalmologie, vol.
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