Mohammad Rajabi

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Introduction Patients with mitochondrial myopathies, of which chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia (CPEO) is the most common, can present with ptosis and proximal limb weakness. 1 Ptosis associated with CPEO can provide challenging management problems. This form of ptosis may have poor levator function. Additional features must be considered in(More)
A 52-year-old male patient presented at our hospital with unilateral proptosis and vision loss in his left eye. Imaging evaluations showed orbital tumor, so the patient underwent surgery. About an hour later after tumor removal, patient developed sudden vision loss and became no light perception. Fundus evaluation revealed central retinal artery occlusion(More)
BACKGROUND The management of retinoblastoma remains a challenge to the multidisciplinary team, particularly as treatment affects not only visual outcomes, but also ocular retention and morbidity. Management of retinoblastoma has evolved over the past two decades. OBJECTIVES To report the result of intra-ophthalmic artery chemotherapy (IAC) for the(More)
PURPOSE We present spontaneous retrobulbar hemorrhage in a 52-year-old woman with history of breast cancer and tamoxifen intake which was first thought to be an orbital metastasis. CASE REPORT A 52-year-old woman with history of breast cancer and tamoxifen intake was referred due to severe proptosis and visual loss. Orbital imaging showed an intra-conal(More)
PURPOSE To introduce a new modification of transposition flap technique for reconstruction of the medial canthal region. METHODS This prospective study included 58 patients with the full thickness involvement of both upper and lower lid in the medial canthal area. Reconstruction of posterior lamella was performed by utilizing periosteal flaps and(More)
Ocular lipodermoid cysts and solid dermoid tumors are choristomas which are described as normal tissue growth in an abnormal location. Congenital epibulbar lipodermoid comprises adipose tissue that is covered by connective tissue. They are usually located superotemporally, and basically tend not to involve the peripheral cornea. If the dermoid or(More)
PURPOSE To investigate the medical profiles of patients referred to Iran Lens Clinic with myopic/myope-astigmatic refractive errors. METHODS Medical records of 182 patients (364 eyes) with myopic/myope-astigmatic refractive errors that underwent orthokeratology contact lens wear and fulfilled a 6-month period of follow-up were recruited. Efficacy and(More)