Ho Kwong Li

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Case Report A 60-year-old Asian woman with a history of ovarian cancer presented with headaches and vomiting. She had a past medical history of pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) at age 20 years and was diagnosed with grade 2, stage IIIC serous ovarian cancer. At the time of her cancer diagnosis, her Ca125 was 1,326 IU/mL, and she underwent primary debulking(More)
BACKGROUND Paracentesis for malignant ascites is usually performed as an in-patient procedure, with a median length of stay (LoS) of 3-5 days, with intermittent clamping of the drain due to a perceived risk of hypotension. In this study, we assessed the safety of free drainage and the feasibility and cost-effectiveness of daycase paracentesis. METHOD(More)
A 30-year-old man with bilateral congenital aniridia presented with a subluxated cataract in the right eye. He wore a soft contact lens for aphakic correction in the fellow eye after lensectomy for a subluxated cataract. We performed pars plana lensectomy and vitrectomy with implantation of a transscleral ciliary sulcus fixated posterior chamber intraocular(More)
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