Gurjeet Jutley

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UNLABELLED We report the case of a 65-year-old immunocompetent woman who developed Scedosporium apiospermum keratitis after clear-corneal phacoemulsification. A 3.5 mm by 2.7 mm full-thickness stromal infiltrate, corresponding to the superior 2.75 mm clear-corneal incision, was observed 44 days postoperatively. Treatment included preservative-free(More)
PurposeTo assess the subjective success and quality of life of adult patients post endoscopic endonasal dacryocystorhinostomy (EE-DCR) for acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction.DesignRetrospective, questionnaire study performed at least 6 months post EE-DCR.ParticipantsHundred and ten of the 282 consecutive patients who underwent EE-DCR.MethodsA(More)
PURPOSE To review cases of central toxic keratopathy (CTK) occurring over a period of 46 days. SETTING Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, United Kingdom. DESIGN Retrospective consecutive case series. METHODS This was a review of patients with CTK after uneventful laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK) performed by 1 of 5 surgeons at a single institute.(More)
Peripapillary choroidal neovascular membranes (PCNM) are defined as a collection of new choroidal blood vessels, any portion of which lies within one disc diameter of the nerve head. There are two types of PCNM, and correct pre-interventional identification of growth site has been shown to stratify the chance of visual improvement following therapy.(More)
We read with interest the recent article by Jutley et al1 describing a method of objective assessment of conjunctival fornix depth using a custom-made re-usable instrument created by the authors. We agree wholeheartedly with the authors regarding the value of measuring the fornix depth in cases of cicatrising eye disease, both for assessing the degree of(More)
Comment The AM can be held on the eye by various methods: glue, suturing, or, as recently described, with a conformer. We have found all these methods to have disadvantages. Sutures can cut out, cause haemorrhage, and irritate, and we have found conformers to be uncomfortable for the patient. We believe the method described here has several advantages; it(More)
We describe a case of a 62 year old man who presented with transient loss of consciousness following exertion. On presentation to hospital, he was haemodynamically stable and was not breathless, tachycardic or hypoxic at rest. The finding of exercise-induced desaturation on pulse oximetry triggered further investigations which confirmed the presence of PE.
PurposeEvaluating anti-scarring therapies require objective assessment of scarring, and knowledge of normal fornix anatomy. Measurement of conjunctival scarring has focused on inferior fornix shortening, although the superior fornix is often overlooked. There are data on normal fornix depth (FD) in South Asians, but there are no studies investigating normal(More)
Glaucoma is a neurodegenerative disease with an estimated prevalence of 60 million people, and the most common cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. The mainstay of treatment has been aimed at lowering intraocular pressure, currently the only modifiable risk factor. Unfortunately, despite adequate pressure control, many patients go on to suffer(More)