Ghulam Qadir Kazi

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The association of unilateral mandibulofacial dysostosis and anophthalmos at the same side is reported. The proband presented at the age of six months with: right anophthalmos and hypoplasia of the orbit at the same side, hypoplasia of the right mandible and maxilla, right external ear deformity, cyanotic heart disease, hemivertebrae, cataract and corneal(More)
BACKGROUND Hypertropia is a condition in which one eye is elevated relative to the other, either intermittently or constantly. It causes significant problem either cosmetically or by abnormal head posture and thus needs to be corrected surgically. This study was conducted to evaluate the success rate and complications of isolated inferior oblique myectomy(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the success rate of surgical corrections of constant and intermittent exotropias. STUDY DESIGN A case series. PLACE AND DURATION OF STUDY Al-Ibrahim Eye Hospital, Karachi, from July 2011 to December 2012. METHODOLOGY Patients having primary exotropia (deviation 15 - 45 prism diopters [PD]) were included. Patients with either(More)
A young man of 17 years presented with bilateral reduced vision because of cataracts. Investigations showed a low level of serum calcium along with other evidence of renal failure. The cataracts were mainly in the posterior pole (cupulliform); faint peripheral cortical opacities were also present--in the form of about a dozen half-loops straddling the(More)
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