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Retinopathy of prematurity in South Africans at a tertiary hospital: a prospective study
The projected occurrence rate of tROP is similar to that found in black population in the Multicentre Cryotherapy for ROP Trial and the data suggest that the screening criterion based on BW can safely be lowered to 1250 g in this population. Expand
Global Retinoblastoma Presentation and Analysis by National Income Level
This cross-sectional analysis reports the retinoblastoma stage at diagnosis across the world during a single year, investigates associations between clinical variables and national income level, andExpand
A 20-Year Retrospective Review of Retinoblastoma at Two Tertiary Academic Hospitals in Johannesburg, South Africa
It is shown that delayed presentation and refusal of therapy remains a significant barrier to effective treatment in this African setting. Expand
Travel burden and clinical presentation of retinoblastoma: analysis of 1024 patients from 43 African countries and 518 patients from 40 European countries
Fewer than half the expected number of patients with retinoblastoma presented to African referral centres in 2017, suggesting poor awareness or other barriers to access, despite the relatively shorter distance travelled by African patients, they presented with later-stage disease. Expand
Botulinum neurotoxin injections in essential infantile esotropia—a comparative study with surgery in large-angle deviations
Botulinum neurotoxin injections to surgery as first-line therapy in large-angle essential infantile esotropia (IE) is a safe and effective alternative in children ≤24 m and with smaller angles of Esotropia ≤60 PD in resource-limited centres. Expand
Cost comparison between botulinum neurotoxin and surgery in the treatment of infantile esotropia in a tertiary public hospital
BNT has a cost–benefit in IE and is a viable option in the primary treatment of IE in resource constrained regions and clinical outcomes and economic benefit in smaller angle of esotropia and younger patients are comparable to surgery. Expand
Retinoblastoma in South Africa - A 20-year retrospective study at two tertiary academic hospitals in Johannesburg
A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Medicine in Ophthalmology Expand
Neurological and growth outcomes in South African children with congenital cytomegalovirus: A cohort study
By 12 months of age, there was no evidence of a difference in neurological sequelae between c CMV infected South African children and cCMV uninfected children in this study. Expand
The South African macular oedema in diabetics study (the same study): a prospective randomized non-inferiority trial
A prospective randomised non-inferiority clinical trial testing bevacizumab in a treat and extend method versus the pro re nata method to inform a key area in the literature on the treatment of DMO, i.e. whether a T and E regimen is non- inferior to a PRN regimen in the treatmentof DMO. Expand