阿拉斯加# 8217;s维克曼努埃尔。图片由Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net拍摄
阿拉斯加再次证明它是正确的选择在肖恩·爱德华兹ace下半年出来充电爆炸凤凰燃料主人,105 - 89年,连续连续第三个胜利的同僚PBA专员??年代杯周五晚上在智能Araneta竞技场。
依拉兹托的油漆工们加入了五支球队的行列，他们与公路勇士队、游手好闲的黑水队、环球港队以及Talk - and - N Text队一起排在了倒数第二、第三的位置。
比分:第一加梅兰或SHINE 121欧元，赖特20，庞菲拉达15，阿尔玛赞14，陈12，克鲁兹12，奎纳汉12，阿汉米斯10，滕9，诺伍德8，贝尔加3,Tiu 3，马蒂亚斯2，特兰诺1，伊班斯0，尼姆0。NLEX 94欧元，Thornton 19, Anthony 17, Taulava 14, Reyes 12, J Vilanueva 10, Enciso 7, Lanete 7, Alas 4, Khobuntin 2, Cardona 2, Arboleda 0，里奥斯0,E Villanueva 0, Borboran 0。四分之一:29-22、58-43、85-70、121-94第二场比赛阿拉斯加105欧元，爱德华兹33、曼努埃尔26、索斯12、阿布瓦8、班切罗7、贾祖6、巴尤奥4、卡西欧3、德拉克鲁兹2、埃克西米尼亚诺2、拉萨尔2、埃曼0、Hontiveros 0、Vanlandingham 0。凤凰城89欧元，平克尼27，加西亚15,Intal 14，威尔逊10,Monfort 8, Baracael 6, Pennisi 3, Brondial 2, Lanete 2, Miranda 2, Caperal 0, Forrester 0, Knuttel 0, Sorongon 0。季度:19-18,43-48,76-68,105-89
Richter speculated that since the patient was hospitalized and likely received various drugs, that might have been the cause.
That is possible, agreed Dr. Sonal Tuli, a clinical spokeswoman for the American Academy of Ophthalmology and chairwoman of ophthalmology at the University of Florida College of Medicine, in Gainesville.
Tuli said the patient's case is "interesting," but leaves open a number of questions. One is whether the virus present in the eye tissue is actually infectious.
The patient was a 64-year-old woman who was hospitalized for COVID-19 on Jan. 31. Eighteen days later, her symptoms had fully resolved, and throat swabs turned up negative for SARS-CoV-2.
About a week later, though, she developed pain and vision loss in one eye, and then in her other eye a few days afterward, according to the report by Dr. Ying Yan and colleagues at the General Hospital of the Central Theater Command in Wuhan, China.
The patient landed in the hospital again, where she was diagnosed with acute angle-closure glaucoma and cataract. Medication failed to bring down her eye pressure, so her doctors performed surgery -- taking tissue samples in the process.
Tests of those samples turned up evidence that SARS-CoV-2 had invaded the eye tissues, Yan's team reported.
While it's not clear how the virus got into the patient's eyes, the experts agreed the case underscores the importance of eye protection. For health care providers, that means goggles and face shields; for the average person, it's regular hand-washing and keeping the hands away from the eyes.
"I think people don't realize how often they touch their eyes," Tuli said.
That advice will reduce the chance of any virus, including cold and flu bugs, from coming into contact with the eyes, she noted.
While that may be enough in most cases, people caring for someone with COVID-19 at home may want to be extra cautious, Tuli suggested. Wearing eye protection in addition to a mask is a "good idea," she said.