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Indications of Penetrating Keratoplasty in Northern India
Corneal infections either active or healed are the most common indication for keratoplasty in northern India. Expand
Causes and temporal trends of blindness and severe visual impairment in children in schools for the blind in North India
Study of temporal trends of SVI/BL by comparing causes in children in three different age groups suggests that retinal disorders have become more important while childhood onset disorders (particularly vitamin A deficiency) have declined. Expand
Infectious keratitis following keratoplasty.
Visual prognosis in eyes with post-keratoplasty graft infection is poor even after optimal therapy and there is a high rate of graft decompensation, so the early identification of predisposing risk factors in patients and their appropriate management at the earliest may prevent the occurrence of graft infection and might improve graft survival. Expand
Management of corneal perforation.
- V. Jhanji, A. Young, J. Mehta, N. Sharma, T. Agarwal, R. Vajpayee
- Survey of ophthalmology
- 1 November 2011
Corneal perforation may be associated with prolapse of ocular tissue and requires prompt diagnosis and treatment, and treatment options include gluing, amniotic membrane transplantation, and corneal transplantation. Expand
Outcomes of Therapeutic Penetrating Keratoplasty From a Tertiary Eye Care Centre in Northern India
Th PK has a definitive role in the management of severe and refractory keratitis with a high success in restoring anatomical integrity and providing useful vision and better outcomes may be achieved with early intervention before perforation or limbal/scleral extension. Expand
Pattern of pediatric ocular trauma in India
- R. Saxena, R. Sinha, A. Purohit, T. Dada, R. Vajpayee, R. Azad
- Indian journal of pediatrics
- 1 October 2002
Most ocular injuries in children are preventable and occur from unsupervised games like bow and arrow and firecracker, which can lead to significant visual loss. Expand
Corneal calcific band keratopathy
Careful case selection is required before deciding on the surgical management plan in cases with band keratopathy, and combination treatment using amniotic membrane is reserved for selected cases to enhance epithelial healing. Expand
Prevalence of signs and symptoms of ocular surface disease in individuals treated and not treated with glaucoma medication
- Sudipta Ghosh, Fleur O'Hare, E. Lamoureux, R. Vajpayee, J. Crowston
- Clinical & experimental ophthalmology
- 1 September 2012
To determine the prevalence of signs and symptoms of ocular surface disease in two hospital‐based cohorts; glaucoma patients and non‐glaucomA patients, a cohort study was conducted. Expand
Clinical Profile and Risk Factors for Keratoplasty and Development of Hydrops in North Indian Patients With Keratoconus
Patients with bilateral or unilateral keratoconus presenting to the cornea services of a large, tertiary care ophthalmic center were evaluated and risk factors for keratoplasty and development of hydrops were evaluated. Expand
Evaluation of amniotic membrane transplantation as an adjunct to medical therapy as compared with medical therapy alone in acute ocular burns.
There seems to be no definite advantage to AMT over medical therapy alone in terms of improvement in visual acuity, appearance of symblepharon, corneal vascularization, and results of tear function tests on short-term follow-up. Expand