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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 477 - 481
Aim: To evaluate the prevalence and causes of low vision and blindness in an urban south Indian population. Settings and Design: Population-based... 
low vision | cataract | Blindness | India | population | EYE | AUSTRALIA | SOUTH INDIAN POPULATION | VISUAL IMPAIRMENT | OPHTHALMOLOGY | BURDEN | Prevalence | Cross-Sectional Studies | Refractive Errors - complications | Humans | Middle Aged | India - epidemiology | Male | Blindness - epidemiology | Urban Population | Glaucoma - complications | Visual Acuity | Vision, Low - etiology | Cataract - complications | Vision, Low - epidemiology | Aged, 80 and over | Adult | Female | Aged | Retrospective Studies | Blindness - etiology | Glaucoma | Low vision | Urban population | Analysis | Prevalence studies (Epidemiology) | Cataracts | Disease | Education | Rural areas | Visual impairment | Population | Eye surgery | Eyes & eyesight | Divisions | Age | Community Eye Care | Corneal biomechanics | no recurrence | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | lacrimal drainage system | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | retinal emboli | excimer laser | Bevacizumab | pediatric | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | macular edema | myopic implantable collamer lens | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | Aspherical intraocular lens | trauma | excision | Antimicrobial effect | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | human trabecular meshwork cells | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | myopia | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | corneal resistance factor | Triamcinolone acetonide | keratoplasty | Cornea | silicone tube | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | lacrimal fossa | short wave automated perimetry | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | ocular ischemic syndrome | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | standard automated perimetry | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | pterygium surgery | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | body height | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | in vitro | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 497 - 500
Many systemic antimicrobials have been implicated to cause ocular adverse effects. This is especially relevant in multidrug therapy where more than one drug... 
optic neuropathy | Ethambutol | linezolid | OPHTHALMOLOGY | PATIENT | Linezolid | Optic Nerve - pathology | Diagnosis, Differential | Anti-Infective Agents - adverse effects | Optic Nerve Diseases - chemically induced | Tomography, Optical Coherence | Humans | Middle Aged | Optic Nerve Diseases - diagnosis | Male | Oxazolidinones - adverse effects | Visual Acuity | Acetamides - adverse effects | RNA, Ribosomal, 23S | Optic Nerve - drug effects | Case studies | Complications and side effects | Reports | Proteins | Tuberculosis | Protein synthesis | Gram-positive bacteria | Staphylococcus infections | Drug therapy | Drug resistance | Drug dosages | Patients | Binding sites | Index Medicus | Brief Communications | hyperhomocysteinemia | no recurrence | Awareness | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | capsular support | macular edema | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | Extra macular BRVO | India | population | human trabecular meshwork cells | intravitreal | Lacrimal abscess | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | corneal resistance factor | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | short wave automated perimetry | cardiobacterium hominis | ocular ischemic syndrome | standard automated perimetry | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | intraocular lens implantation | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | Blindness | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | North India | Corneal biomechanics | glaucoma | lacrimal drainage system | retinal emboli | Bevacizumab | pediatric | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | myopic implantable collamer lens | Aspherical intraocular lens | recurrent | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | Medial canthus | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | Optic atrophy | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | multiple BRVO | myopia | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | Triamcinolone acetonide | Cornea | silicone tube | retiform hemangioendothelioma | dacryocystitis | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | osteopetrosis | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | body height | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | in vitro | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 472 - 476
Patients with carotid atherosclerosis can present with ophthalmic symptoms. These symptoms and signs can be due to retinal emboli, hypoperfusion of the retina... 
ocular ischemic syndrome | retinal emboli | Carotid artery disease | RISK-FACTORS | STENOSIS | VISUAL-LOSS | RETINAL ARTERY-OCCLUSION | AMAUROSIS FUGAX | STROKE | VENOUS-STASIS RETINOPATHY | DISEASE | OPHTHALMOLOGY | TRANSIENT MONOCULAR BLINDNESS | Eye - blood supply | Humans | Carotid Artery Diseases - complications | Eye Diseases - etiology | Atherosclerosis - diagnosis | Carotid Artery Diseases - diagnosis | Atherosclerosis - complications | Ischemia - diagnosis | Eye Diseases - diagnosis | Ischemia - etiology | Causes of | Reports | Diagnosis | Carotid artery diseases | Ocular manifestations of general diseases | Atherosclerosis | Stroke | Ischemia | Patients | Blood clots | Ophthalmology Practice | Corneal biomechanics | no recurrence | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | lacrimal drainage system | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | Bevacizumab | pediatric | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | macular edema | myopic implantable collamer lens | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | Aspherical intraocular lens | trauma | excision | Antimicrobial effect | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | spherical aberrations | human trabecular meshwork cells | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | myopia | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | corneal resistance factor | Triamcinolone acetonide | keratoplasty | Cornea | silicone tube | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | lacrimal fossa | short wave automated perimetry | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | standard automated perimetry | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | body height | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | Blindness | in vitro | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 482 - 486
Background: Studies done on the prevalence of glaucoma have reported a high proportion of undiagnosed patients. Late diagnosis is related to increased risk of... 
Awareness | glaucoma | knowledge | North India | POPULATION | PUBLIC-HEALTH | SERVICES | EYE DISEASES | CHENNAI | PREVALENCE | BLINDNESS | OPEN-ANGLE GLAUCOMA | BELIEFS | OPHTHALMOLOGY | PEOPLE | Prevalence | Humans | Middle Aged | Risk Factors | India - epidemiology | Male | Health Knowledge, Attitudes, Practice | Young Adult | Rural Population | Aged, 80 and over | Adult | Female | Aged | Glaucoma - epidemiology | Retrospective Studies | Population Surveillance - methods | Patient Education as Topic | Glaucoma | Prevention | Health literacy | Research | Demographic aspects | Distribution | Community Eye Care | Corneal biomechanics | no recurrence | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | lacrimal drainage system | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | retinal emboli | excimer laser | Bevacizumab | pediatric | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | macular edema | myopic implantable collamer lens | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | Aspherical intraocular lens | trauma | excision | Antimicrobial effect | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | India | population | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | human trabecular meshwork cells | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | myopia | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | corneal resistance factor | Triamcinolone acetonide | keratoplasty | low vision | Cornea | silicone tube | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | lacrimal fossa | short wave automated perimetry | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | ocular ischemic syndrome | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | standard automated perimetry | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | body height | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | Blindness | in vitro | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 468 - 471
Background: To report a series of patients with sterile endophthalmitis after intravitreal bevacizumab (IVB) injection from 2 different batches of bevacizumab.... 
inflammation | sterile endophthalmitis | Bevacizumab | INTRAOCULAR INFLAMMATION | AVASTIN | RETINAL ANGIOMATOUS PROLIFERATION | VEIN OCCLUSION | CHOROIDAL NEOVASCULARIZATION SECONDARY | DEGENERATION | PROLIFERATIVE DIABETIC-RETINOPATHY | MACULAR EDEMA SECONDARY | OPHTHALMOLOGY | GLAUCOMA | Antibodies, Monoclonal, Humanized - adverse effects | Intravitreal Injections - adverse effects | Endophthalmitis - chemically induced | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor A - antagonists & inhibitors | Angiogenesis Inhibitors - administration & dosage | Antibodies, Monoclonal, Humanized - administration & dosage | Aged, 80 and over | Adult | Endophthalmitis - diagnosis | Female | Aged | Angiogenesis Inhibitors - adverse effects | Endophthalmitis | Causes of | Research | Ophthalmology Practice | Corneal biomechanics | no recurrence | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | lacrimal drainage system | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | pediatric | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | macular edema | myopic implantable collamer lens | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | Aspherical intraocular lens | trauma | excision | Antimicrobial effect | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | spherical aberrations | human trabecular meshwork cells | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | myopia | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | corneal resistance factor | Triamcinolone acetonide | keratoplasty | Cornea | silicone tube | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | lacrimal fossa | short wave automated perimetry | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | standard automated perimetry | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | body height | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | Blindness | in vitro | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 501 - 503
A case of horseshoe-shaped macular tear after blunt trauma with the course of the tear and the relevant findings obtained by spectral-domain optical coherence... 
spectral-domain optical coherence tomography | horseshoe-shaped macular tear | Blunt trauma | OPHTHALMOLOGY | HOLE | Eye Injuries - diagnosis | Retinal Perforations - diagnosis | Wounds, Nonpenetrating - complications | Eye Injuries - complications | Humans | Male | Tomography, Optical Coherence - methods | Visual Acuity | Young Adult | Wounds, Nonpenetrating - diagnosis | Remission, Spontaneous | Retinal Perforations - etiology | Fundus Oculi | Fluorescein Angiography | Case studies | Eye | Complications and side effects | Macula lutea | Care and treatment | Reports | Injuries | Macular degeneration | Hypotheses | Medical imaging | Retina | Photoreceptors | Hemorrhage | Patients | Brief Communications | hyperhomocysteinemia | no recurrence | Awareness | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | capsular support | macular edema | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | Extra macular BRVO | India | population | human trabecular meshwork cells | intravitreal | Lacrimal abscess | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | corneal resistance factor | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | short wave automated perimetry | cardiobacterium hominis | ocular ischemic syndrome | standard automated perimetry | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | intraocular lens implantation | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | Blindness | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | North India | Corneal biomechanics | glaucoma | lacrimal drainage system | retinal emboli | Bevacizumab | pediatric | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | myopic implantable collamer lens | Aspherical intraocular lens | recurrent | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | Medial canthus | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | Optic atrophy | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | multiple BRVO | myopia | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | Triamcinolone acetonide | Cornea | silicone tube | retiform hemangioendothelioma | dacryocystitis | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | osteopetrosis | linezolid | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | optic neuropathy | body height | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | in vitro | Ethambutol | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 503 - 505
Perioperative visual loss (POVL), a rare but devastating complication, has been reported after spine, cardiac, and head-neck surgeries. The various causes... 
perioperative visual loss | Caesarian section | non-ocular surgery | combined occlusion | OPHTHALMOLOGY | Cesarean Section - adverse effects | Diagnosis, Differential | Ultrasonography, Doppler, Color | Optic Neuropathy, Ischemic - diagnosis | Blindness - diagnosis | Humans | Young Adult | Retinal Artery - pathology | Female | Optic Neuropathy, Ischemic - complications | Retinal Artery - diagnostic imaging | Blindness - etiology | Fundus Oculi | Postoperative Complications | Fluorescein Angiography | Case studies | Complications | Surgery | Blindness | Causes of | Reports | Risk factors | Hypertension | Postoperative period | Medical imaging | Optic nerve | Fluid | Back surgery | Hypoxia | Brief Communications | hyperhomocysteinemia | no recurrence | Awareness | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | capsular support | macular edema | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | Extra macular BRVO | India | population | human trabecular meshwork cells | intravitreal | Lacrimal abscess | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | corneal resistance factor | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | short wave automated perimetry | cardiobacterium hominis | ocular ischemic syndrome | standard automated perimetry | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | intraocular lens implantation | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | North India | Corneal biomechanics | Blunt trauma | glaucoma | lacrimal drainage system | retinal emboli | Bevacizumab | pediatric | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | myopic implantable collamer lens | Aspherical intraocular lens | recurrent | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | Medial canthus | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | Optic atrophy | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | multiple BRVO | myopia | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | Triamcinolone acetonide | Cornea | silicone tube | retiform hemangioendothelioma | dacryocystitis | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | osteopetrosis | linezolid | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | horseshoe-shaped macular tear | optic neuropathy | body height | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | spectral-domain optical coherence tomography | Dacryocystorhinostomy | in vitro | Ethambutol | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 506 - 507
We report a case of high-altitude retinopathy with increased choroidal thickness detected by spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT). A... 
high-altitude retinopathy | enhanced depth imaging | Choroidal thickness | optical coherence tomography | OPHTHALMOLOGY | Diagnosis, Differential | Retinal Diseases - diagnosis | Humans | Ophthalmoscopy | Fovea Centralis - pathology | Choroid | Male | Tomography, Optical Coherence - methods | Altitude Sickness - diagnosis | Retinal Diseases - etiology | Altitude Sickness - complications | Adult | Altitude | Case studies | Measurement | Complications and side effects | Physiological aspects | Mountain sickness | Reports | Retinal diseases | Blood-brain barrier | Altitudes | Hemorrhage | Brief Communications | hyperhomocysteinemia | no recurrence | Awareness | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | capsular support | macular edema | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | Extra macular BRVO | India | population | human trabecular meshwork cells | intravitreal | Lacrimal abscess | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | corneal resistance factor | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | short wave automated perimetry | cardiobacterium hominis | ocular ischemic syndrome | standard automated perimetry | inflammation | Caesarian section | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | intraocular lens implantation | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | perioperative visual loss | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | Blindness | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | North India | Corneal biomechanics | Blunt trauma | glaucoma | lacrimal drainage system | retinal emboli | Bevacizumab | pediatric | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | myopic implantable collamer lens | Aspherical intraocular lens | recurrent | growth factors | non-ocular surgery | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | Medial canthus | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | Optic atrophy | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | multiple BRVO | myopia | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | Triamcinolone acetonide | Cornea | silicone tube | retiform hemangioendothelioma | dacryocystitis | intraocular pressure | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | osteopetrosis | linezolid | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | horseshoe-shaped macular tear | optic neuropathy | body height | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | spectral-domain optical coherence tomography | Dacryocystorhinostomy | in vitro | combined occlusion | Ethambutol | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 491 - 493
Retiform hemangioendothelioma (RH) is a distinct entity in the spectrum of vascular tumors with a high local recurrence rate. It is considered a low-grade,... 
recurrent | Medial canthus | retiform hemangioendothelioma | OPHTHALMOLOGY | SPECTRUM | Eyelid Neoplasms - diagnosis | Diagnosis, Differential | Hemangioendothelioma - surgery | Eyelid Neoplasms - surgery | Hemangioendothelioma - diagnosis | Humans | Reconstructive Surgical Procedures - methods | Female | Skin Transplantation | Ophthalmologic Surgical Procedures - methods | Child | Case studies | Hemangioendothelioma | Care and treatment | Eyelid diseases | Reports | Diagnosis | Skin lesions | Brief Communications | hyperhomocysteinemia | Corneal biomechanics | no recurrence | Awareness | glaucoma | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | lacrimal drainage system | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | retinal emboli | excimer laser | Bevacizumab | pediatric | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | capsular support | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | macular edema | myopic implantable collamer lens | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | Aspherical intraocular lens | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | Extra macular BRVO | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | India | population | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | human trabecular meshwork cells | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | multiple BRVO | myopia | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | corneal resistance factor | Triamcinolone acetonide | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | Cornea | silicone tube | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | short wave automated perimetry | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | ocular ischemic syndrome | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | standard automated perimetry | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | Children | corneal hysteresis | intraocular lens implantation | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | body height | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | Blindness | in vitro | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | eye injury vitrectomy study | North India
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 508 - 511
Introduction: Minimal access surgery is common in all fields of medicine. We compared a new minimally invasive strabismus surgery (MISS) approach with a... 
Cosmesis | minimal | strabismus | incision | surgery | USUAL LIMBAL APPROACH | OPHTHALMOLOGY | PLICATION | RECTUS MUSCLE RECESSION | Follow-Up Studies | Strabismus - surgery | Humans | Child, Preschool | Infant | Male | Oculomotor Muscles - physiopathology | Treatment Outcome | Young Adult | Oculomotor Muscles - surgery | Adolescent | Vision, Binocular | Female | Ophthalmologic Surgical Procedures - methods | Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures | Eye | Care and treatment | Minimally invasive surgery | Strabismus | Patient outcomes | Surgery | Research | Comparative analysis | Methods | Studies | Recessions | Brief Communications | hyperhomocysteinemia | no recurrence | Awareness | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | capsular support | macular edema | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | Extra macular BRVO | India | population | human trabecular meshwork cells | intravitreal | Lacrimal abscess | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | corneal resistance factor | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | short wave automated perimetry | cardiobacterium hominis | ocular ischemic syndrome | standard automated perimetry | inflammation | Caesarian section | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | intraocular lens implantation | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | perioperative visual loss | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | Blindness | endophthalmitis agents | enhanced depth imaging | triamcinolone | North India | Corneal biomechanics | Blunt trauma | glaucoma | high-altitude retinopathy | lacrimal drainage system | retinal emboli | Bevacizumab | pediatric | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | myopic implantable collamer lens | Aspherical intraocular lens | recurrent | growth factors | non-ocular surgery | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | Medial canthus | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | Optic atrophy | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | multiple BRVO | myopia | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | Triamcinolone acetonide | Cornea | silicone tube | retiform hemangioendothelioma | dacryocystitis | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | Choroidal thickness | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | osteopetrosis | linezolid | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | horseshoe-shaped macular tear | optic neuropathy | body height | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | spectral-domain optical coherence tomography | Dacryocystorhinostomy | in vitro | combined occlusion | Ethambutol | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 489 - 491
Hyperhomocysteinemia is a well-known modifiable risk factor for thromboembolism. Retinal vascular occlusion in patients having hyperhomocysteinemia is a known... 
hyperhomocysteinemia | Extra macular BRVO | multiple BRVO | HOMOCYSTEINE | RISK-FACTOR | INDIAN POPULATION | DISEASE | OPHTHALMOLOGY | Retinal Vein Occlusion - etiology | Hyperhomocysteinemia - blood | Follow-Up Studies | Retinal Vein Occlusion - diagnosis | Tomography, Optical Coherence | Humans | Middle Aged | Homocysteine - blood | Male | Fundus Oculi | Hyperhomocysteinemia - complications | Fluorescein Angiography | Case studies | Complications and side effects | Care and treatment | Reports | Hyperhomocysteinemia | Retinal diseases | Risk factors | Plasma | Diabetic retinopathy | Disease | Health risk assessment | Homocysteine | Veins & arteries | Brief Communications | Corneal biomechanics | no recurrence | Awareness | glaucoma | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | lacrimal drainage system | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | retinal emboli | excimer laser | Bevacizumab | pediatric | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | capsular support | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | macular edema | myopic implantable collamer lens | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | Aspherical intraocular lens | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | India | population | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | human trabecular meshwork cells | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | myopia | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | corneal resistance factor | Triamcinolone acetonide | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | Cornea | silicone tube | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | short wave automated perimetry | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | ocular ischemic syndrome | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | standard automated perimetry | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | Children | corneal hysteresis | intraocular lens implantation | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | body height | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | Blindness | in vitro | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | eye injury vitrectomy study | North India
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 494 - 495
A 13-year-old child presenting with gross visual impairment was diagnosed as a case of optic atrophy. However, radiological investigations revealed... 
osteopetrosis | Optic atrophy | OPHTHALMOLOGY | Vision, Low - physiopathology | Optic Nerve - pathology | Diagnosis, Differential | Optic Atrophy - complications | Humans | Optic Atrophy - physiopathology | Male | Tomography, X-Ray Computed | Vision, Low - diagnosis | Visual Acuity | Vision, Low - etiology | Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Adolescent | Osteopetrosis - diagnosis | Optic Atrophy - diagnosis | Osteopetrosis - complications | Case studies | Complications and side effects | Osteopetrosis | Causes of | Reports | Diagnosis | Glaucoma | Bones | Bone density | Optic nerve | Brief Communications | hyperhomocysteinemia | no recurrence | Awareness | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | excimer laser | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | capsular support | macular edema | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | knowledge | trauma | excision | inadequate | Antimicrobial effect | Extra macular BRVO | India | population | human trabecular meshwork cells | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | corneal resistance factor | keratoplasty | low vision | Aphakia | short wave automated perimetry | ocular ischemic syndrome | standard automated perimetry | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | intraocular lens implantation | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | Blindness | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | North India | Corneal biomechanics | glaucoma | lacrimal drainage system | retinal emboli | Bevacizumab | pediatric | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | myopic implantable collamer lens | Aspherical intraocular lens | recurrent | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | Medial canthus | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | multiple BRVO | myopia | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | Triamcinolone acetonide | Cornea | silicone tube | retiform hemangioendothelioma | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | iris fixation | lacrimal fossa | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | body height | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | in vitro | eye injury vitrectomy study
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Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, ISSN 0301-4738, 2014, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp. 487 - 489
We aimed to evaluate the implantation of a posterior chamber intraocular lens (IOL) in the anterior chamber (AC) with the haptics passing through two... 
Aphakia | inadequate | capsular support | intraocular lens implantation | iris fixation | SECONDARY IMPLANTATION | OPHTHALMOLOGY | Iris - surgery | Follow-Up Studies | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Treatment Outcome | Lenses, Intraocular | Posterior Eye Segment - surgery | Aphakia - surgery | Anterior Chamber - surgery | Lens Capsule, Crystalline - surgery | Female | Suture Techniques | Care and treatment | Usage | Reports | Anterior chamber (Eye) | Intraocular lenses | Methods | Brief Communications | Corneal biomechanics | no recurrence | Awareness | glaucoma | ocular response analyser | lids and caruncle | lacrimal drainage system | subconjunctival bevacizumab injection | retinal emboli | excimer laser | Bevacizumab | pediatric | steep corneal curvature | quality of vision | Mean deviation | Keratoconus | modified deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty | macular edema | myopic implantable collamer lens | Mitomycin C | eye injury | bypass surgery | Aspherical intraocular lens | knowledge | trauma | excision | Antimicrobial effect | growth factors | wavefront aberrations | Benign | heavy silicone oil | pterygium recurrence | India | population | spherical aberrations | Carotid artery disease | human trabecular meshwork cells | Hyperopic implantable collamer lens | myopia | intravitreal | nasolacrimal duct obstruction | anterior chamber depth | quality of life | corneal resistance factor | Triamcinolone acetonide | keratoplasty | low vision | Cornea | silicone tube | intraocular pressure | optical coherence tomography | lacrimal fossa | short wave automated perimetry | vitrectomy | Imaging in glaucoma | ocular ischemic syndrome | branch retinal vein occlusion | short fluctuations | standard automated perimetry | non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy | inflammation | Autogenous tissue grafting | optical quality | ocular FH | Children | corneal hysteresis | retinal nerve fiber layer | Age | pterygium surgery | cataract | conventional silicone oil | sex | visual acuity | body height | disability evaluation | photorefractive keratectomy | sterile endophthalmitis | primary angle closure glaucoma | Dacryocystorhinostomy | Blindness | in vitro | endophthalmitis agents | triamcinolone | eye injury vitrectomy study | North India
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