Abhinav Dhami

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AIM The aim of this study is to describe treatment outcomes and complications of selective intra-arterial chemotherapy (IAC) for intraocular retinoblastoma (RB). MATERIALS AND METHODS A retrospective, interventional series of 10 eyes with RB which underwent IAC using melphalan (5 mg/7.5 mg) and topotecan (1 mg), or melphalan (5 mg/7.5 mg) alone. Treatment(More)
In our series, Intra‐arterial Chemotherapy (IAC) was carried out in all patients by placing the microcatheter close to the origin of the ophthalmic artery where the predominant flow of chemotherapeutic agent was guided into the ophthalmic artery and controlled by intermittent fluoroscopic screening and manual hand injection. The manual injection was(More)
PURPOSE To report a case of retinoblastoma with concomitant association with HIV seropositivity and its management. METHODS A retrospective case report of a 3-year-old male child presenting with right eye Group B and left eye Group E retinoblastoma with simultaneous positivity for HIV1 antibody. The parents were also tested positive for HIV and were(More)
INTRODUCTION The assessment of the peripapillary Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer (RNFL) thickness has been an important tool for evaluating and diagnosing glaucoma and its progression. Literature suggests that myopic eyes are at an increased risk for developing glaucoma. This study gives an insight into the relationship of RNFL thickness to the axial length in(More)
Biopsy involves the surgical removal of a tissue specimen for histopathologic evaluation. Most intraocular tumors are reliably diagnosed based on the clinical evaluation or with noninvasive diagnostic techniques. However, accurately diagnosing a small percentage of tumors can be challenging. A tissue biopsy is thus needed to establish a definitive diagnosis(More)
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