Abdel Hakim Taguri

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Damage to the occipital cortex in children can result in many complex disorders of cognitive visual function. A series of clinical questions, developed from the specific problems of a cohort of children with cortical visual impairment, was asked of the parents of 200 children with no history of cerebral pathology, aged 5 to 12 years. One hundred and(More)
Purpose.To compare two fast threshold strategies of visual field assessment; SITA Fast (HSF) and Tendency Orientated Perimetry (TOP), in detecting visual field loss in patients with glaucoma. Methods.Seventy-six glaucoma, ocular hypertensive and normal patients had HSF and TOP performed in random order. Quantitative comparisons for the global visual field(More)
PURPOSE To report a case of necrotizing lymphadenitis caused by Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease, which developed bilateral panuveitis. METHODS A 16-year-old Chinese female with histologically proven Kikuchi-Fujimoto disease developed bilateral panuveitis 2 years after the onset of lymphadenopathy. RESULTS Bilateral panuveitis was successfully treated with(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of the screening mode of the Humphrey-Welch Allyn frequency-doubling technology (FDT), Octopus tendency-oriented perimetry (TOP), and the Humphrey Swedish Interactive Threshold Algorithm (SITA)-fast (HSF) in patients with glaucoma. DESIGN A comparative consecutive case series. METHODS This was a(More)
Iris prolapse is a rare complication after small incision cataract surgery. We looked at the possible operative and perioperative factors that might have contributed to this complication in 2 of our patients and in another 10 patients identified through a national questionnaire survey. The details of 12 cases of iris prolapse following small incision(More)
PURPOSE To examine the relationship between stress and anterior uveitis using the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) and the Social Readjustment Rating Questionnaire (SRRQ). METHODS Patients attending eye casualty with acute anterior uveitis (AAU) and suitable controls were asked to complete the GHQ and the SRRQ. A follow-up postal survey, using the same(More)
This paper demonstrates the wide variety of systems for the analysis of posterior capsular opacification (PCO). No single system has been proved to be a gold standard and it is difficult to comment on the advantages of one system over another with the limited current knowledge on the effects of PCO on vision. There are few studies that actually compare the(More)
Three cases of severe capsular phimosis following augmented phacotrabeculectomy complicated by intense postoperative fibrinous uveitis are described. The marked inflammation was possibly related to the combined procedure itself, the excessive intraoperative manipulation to stretch the pupil, and the compromised blood-aqueous barrier after prolonged use of(More)
PURPOSE To report a case of marginal keratitis resulting from topical dorzolamide hypersensitivity. METHOD Case report. RESULTS A 68-year-old woman presented with bilateral marginal keratitis 2 weeks after commencing bilateral topical dorzolamide. One week after discontinuation of topical dorzolamide, the patient was asymptomatic with complete(More)