3Dipak N Parmar
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This is an Authoratory overview of author Dipak N Parmar. According to available data, in 2006 Dipak N Parmar published at least 3 articles. This work was completed in collaboration with several authors including Cavanagh, H Dwight and McCulley, James P. Several other authors have collaborated with Dipak N Parmar as well. There is no information about the funding or the grants awarded to support this work.
Analysis of the article abstracts and the titles suggests that Dipak N Parmar professional interests are focused around "tandem scanning confocal", "suspected acanthamoeba keratitis" and "laser situ keratomileusis". These might also be referred to as "confocal microscopy", "collagen shields" or "acanthamoeba keratitis". Statistical analysis shows that Dipak N Parmar's writing is likely to contains terms "corneal", "acanthamoeba", "cases", "intralase", "eyes" and "collagen".
The majority of Dipak N Parmar articles are affiliated with Division of Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas. 75390-9057, USA. Luckily, one email address is on file.
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Dipak N Parmar Coauthors (9) [all coauthors with the number of joint publications]
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- 3Division of Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas. 75390-9057, USA.
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Keywords (32) [keywords assigned to Dipak N Parmar articles by PubMed, the leading number and the color conveys importance]
- 3Humans | 2Epithelium, Corneal | 2Retrospective Studies | 2Adult | 2Middle Aged | 2Microscopy, Confocal | 2Female | 2Male | 2Aged | 1Prosthesis Implantation | 1Keratomileusis, Laser In Situ | 1Adolescent | 1Follow-Up Studies | 1Animals | 1Contact Lenses, Hydrophilic | 1Corneal Stroma | 1False Positive Reactions | 1Cornea | 1Corneal Diseases | 1Cell Count | 1Surgical Flaps | 1Epithelial Cells | 1Prospective Studies | 1Visual Acuity | 1Risk Factors | 1Hyperopia | 1Tissue Engineering | 1Tissue Culture Techniques | 1Cell Transplantation | 1Predictive Value of Tests | 1Contact Lenses | 1Wound Healing
Dipak N Parmar Unique Vocabulary (96) [single words, word pairs and phrases obtained by analysis of abstracts and titles, the leading number and the color conveys importance; Dipak N Parmar might be a good expert witness on these terms]
- 12corneal | 11acanthamoeba | 10cases | 10intralase | 10eyes | 9collagen | 9patients | 9confocal | 8case | 7microscopy | 7aecs | 6tscm | 6shields | 6lens | 6insertion | 6haze | 5lasik | 5using | 5keratitis | 5ped | 5epithelial | 4suspected | 4positive | 4contact | 4culture | 4tandem | 4diagnosis | 4months | 4intracorneal | 4scanning | 3results | 3vivo
- 5confocal microscopy | 5collagen shields | 5acanthamoeba keratitis | 4lasik intralase | 4scanning confocal | 4tandem scanning | 4intracorneal lens | 3suspected acanthamoeba | 3situ keratomileusis | 3flap creation | 3diagnosis suspected | 3collagen shield | 3icl insertion | 3insertion laser | 3laser situ | 3keratocyte activation | 3positive acanthamoeba | 2shields without | 2confocal corneal | 2insertion following | 2response intracorneal | 2using intralase | 2keratomileusis flap | 2follow-up months | 2corneal microscopy | 2corneal tscm | 2contact lens | 2mean follow-up | 2haze patients | 2without aecs | 2lens insertion | 2clinical haze
- 4tandem scanning confocal | 3suspected acanthamoeba keratitis | 3laser situ keratomileusis | 3insertion laser situ | 3diagnosis suspected acanthamoeba | 3amniotic epithelial cells | 3tissue-cultured human amniotic | 3human amniotic epithelial | 2lens insertion laser | 2creation using intralase | 2corneal response intracorneal | 2scanning confocal corneal | 2shields without aecs | 2keratomileusis flap creation | 2intracorneal lens insertion | 2confocal assessment corneal | 2assessment corneal response | 2icl insertion following | 2soft contact lens | 2confocal corneal microscopy | 2response intracorneal lens | 2mean follow-up months | 2scanning confocal microscopy | 2corneal microscopy diagnosis | 2flap creation using | 2collagen shields without | 2insertion following intralase | 2microscopy diagnosis suspected | 2situ keratomileusis flap | 2surface restoration using | 2restoring ocular surface | 2using non-surgical transplantation
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Dipak N Parmar Articles (3) [selected PubMed articles for the year 2006 with the links to a full text at PubMed]
Confocal assessment of the corneal response to intracorneal lens insertion and laser in situ keratomileusis with flap creation using IntraLase. (2006) >>
Department of Ophthalmology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas 75390-9057, USA.14Cavanagh, H Dwight, , , 3Parmar, Dipak N, , 2Verity, Steven M, 4Bowman, R Wayne, 10Petroll, W Matthew, 9McCulley, James P.
Tandem scanning confocal corneal microscopy in the diagnosis of suspected acanthamoeba keratitis. (2006) >>
Division of Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas 75390-9057, USA.14Cavanagh, H Dwight, 8Awwad, Shady T, 3Parmar, Dipak N, 4Bowman, R Wayne, 10Petroll, W Matthew, 9McCulley, James P.
Ocular surface restoration using non-surgical transplantation of tissue-cultured human amniotic epithelial cells. (2006) >>
Division of Cornea, External Disease and Refractive Surgery, Department of Ophthalmology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, Texas.2Li, Haochuan, 14Cavanagh, H Dwight, 2Neelam, Sudha, 8Awwad, Shady T, 3Parmar, Dipak N, 3Alizadeh, Hassan, 4Bowman, R Wayne, 9McCulley, James P.