Marwan R. Abdulaal

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Chronic postoperative endophthalmitis (CPE) is a delayed infectious intraocular inflammation process that occurs more than six weeks after ocular surgery and frequently masquerades as autoimmune uveitis. These cases are at risk of delayed diagnosis and erroneous long-term treatment with corticosteroids. This paper aims to review the epidemiology,(More)
Uveitis is a vision threatening inflammation of the eye that carries considerable morbidity. It is responsible for 10% of legal blindness in the United States and up to 25% in the developing world. Uveitis in patients more than 60 years of age is less common. The aging body has a changing response of the immune system, which might reflect a different(More)
Congenital fibrosis of the extraocular muscles is a rare hereditary strabismus disorder. A case of congenital fibrosis of the inferior rectus muscles with severe chin-up posture and bilateral limitation of up gaze is reported. Bilateral large recessions of the tight inferior rectus muscles provided only partial improvement. Residual head posture and(More)
Cyclovertical muscle palsies are very common. We propose rules that help clinicians and resident physicians diagnose easily the affected muscle. We simplified evaluation of the deviation by measuring it only in the cardinal directions of gaze and omit the oblique fields of gaze. Then the Beilschowsky forced head tilt test is done routinely along with(More)
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