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ERMEnterprise Resource Management
ERMEnterprise Risk Management
ERMEnvironmental Resources Management
ERMEdward R. Murrow (journalist)
ERMEcological Risk Management (various locations)
ERMEcological Restoration and Management (various organizations)
ERMExchange Rate Mechanism (finance)
ERMETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Committee on EMC and Radio Spectrum Matters
ERMElectronic Roll Mitigation (vehicles)
ERMEmployee Relationship Management
ERMEuropean Exchange-Rate Mechanism
ERMEnterprise Resource Manager
ERMElectromagnetic Compatibility and Radio Spectrum Matters
ERMElectronic Resource Management
ERMEntity Relationship Diagram Model
ERMElectronic Roll Mitigation
ERMEnterprise Rights Management
ERMEffective Resource Management (various locations)
ERMEnterprise Relationship Management
ERMEntity Relationship Model
ERMEnterprise Report Management
ERMEnterprise Report Management (aka Computer Output to Laser Disk, COLD)
ERMEpiretinal Membrane
ERMEuropean Restructuring Monitor
ERMÉtudes Recherches Matériaux (French: Studies Research Materials)
ERMEmail Risk Management (software)
ERMEcole Royale Militaire (Belgium)
ERMEnterprise Reference Model
ERMEmpirical Risk Minimization
ERMEnfants de Reine de Miséricorde (French: Children of Queen of Mercy)
ERMExact Repeat Mission
ERMExtended Range Munition (Army/Navy)
ERMEmployee Resource Management
ERMÉtudes et Réalisations Mécaniques (French: Mechanical Studies and Projects)
ERMÉcole Romande de Musicothérapie (French: Romande School for Music Therapy)
ERME-Business Relationship Management
ERMe Reuse Methodology (Verisity)
ERMEnforcement Removal Module
ERMEarth Radiation Mission (ESA)
ERMElectronic Relationship Management
ERMEngineering for Reduced Maintenance
ERMElectronic Referral Manager (healthcare software)
ERMElevation Reference Mark (US FEMA)
ERMEnvironmentally Responsible Manufacturing
ERMEmailXtender for Microsoft (software)
ERMEnvironmental Restoration Manager (US Army)
ERMExplicit Rate Marketing (Stratacom)
ERMEnvelope Reflectance Meter (US Postal Service)
ERMEn-Route Metering
ERMEddy-Resolving Model
ERMElectronics Records Management
ERMExtension, Renovation and Modernization (India)
ERMEstrada Resign Movement (political group in the Philippines)
ERMEstrogen Receptor Methylation
ERMExploitation Requirements Management
ERMEnterprise Reward Management
ERMExtended Reliability Model
ERMEmpowerment Recovery Model
ERMEmail Resource Management
ERMEnfants Refugies du Mondes (French)
ERMEvent Report Manager (GDMO)
ERMEvents Resourcing Model
ERMExternal Relationships Management
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References in periodicals archive ?
Diffuse Retinal Thickening due to Epiretinal Membrane in a Patient with Idiopathic Parafoveal Telangiectasia.
Ogino, "Progressive thinning of regional macular thickness after epiretinal membrane surgery," Investigative Opthalmology & Visual Science, vol.
Epiretinal membrane or ERM was identified as a hyperreflective thickening at the level of ILM, causing distortion and flattening of the foveal surface.
Kita, "Visual field defects after uneventful vitrectomy for epiretinal membrane with indocyanine green-assisted internal limiting membrane peeling," American Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
First, we did not clarify whether a macular hole or epiretinal membrane influenced the autoregulatory mechanism in the ONH because all subjects had these conditions in the present study.
One of the most common complication vitreo-retinal surgeons come across after retinal detachment surgery and other vitreo-retinal procedures is PVR, which is basically a maladapted repair process of the retinal wound; which results in the formation of epiretinal membranes due to immune and retinal cells proliferation and the cause of tractional retinal detachment in such cases.
Wiedemann, "Involvement of Muller glial cells in epiretinal membrane formation," Graefe's Archive for Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, vol.
The inflammatory response created by ocular involvement may result in epiretinal membrane formation, traction retinal detachment, and combined traction-rhegmatogenous retinal detachment [2].
Classic clinical findings include bone spicules, pigmentation or pigment clumping, retinal arteriolar narrowing, waxy pallor of the optic nerve, epiretinal membrane formation, atrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and choriocapillaris (starting at the mid-periphery of the retina with preservation of the RPE in the macula until late in the disease), posterior sub-capsular cataract, epi-retinal membrane formation, and cystoid macular edema (CME) (Hamel, 2006).
They discuss conjunctival symblepharon therapy; the management of uveitic glaucoma; corneal procedures; cataract extraction and intraocular lens placement; various types of biopsies; therapeutic vitreoretinal surgery for non-infectious intermediate, posterior, and panuveitis; epiretinal membrane removal; fluocinolone acetonide sustained drug delivery; dexamethasone biodegradable intravitreal implants; and biopsy analysis.
Although postoperatively macula appears clinically reattached, development of cystoid macular oedema, epiretinal membrane or persistent submacular fluid (SMF) may affect the visual recovery and all of those changes can be visualized by OCT [8-10].
The initial investigation, led by the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, determined that in all cases patients had undergone vitrectomy with epiretinal membrane peeling using a dye called Brilliant Blue-G (BBG) from Franck's Compounding Lab, Ocala, Florida.