Ashok Kumar M

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During clear corneal temporal phacoemulsification, an accidental iatrogenic descemetorhexis occurred. The entire cornea was hazy and edematous on the first postoperative day. By the 1-month postoperative review, the cornea had become clear with visible descemetorhexis margins; best corrected visual acuity was 20/25, and the pachymetry was 556 microm. The(More)
Moyo Moya Disease (MMD) is a rare, progressively stenotic condition of the intracranial arteries with various cerebrovascular manifestations. Ocular manifestations are seen very rarely and there are only few case reports of ocular perfusion anomalies. Central Retinal Artery Occlusion (CRAO) can be caused by atherosclerosis related thrombosis, carotid(More)
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