Radhakrishnan Muralikrishnan

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AIM To analyse the outcome of high volume cataract surgery in a developing country, community based, high volume eye hospital. METHODS In a non-comparative interventional case series, the authors reviewed the surgical outcomes of 593 patients with cataract operated upon by three high volume surgeons on six randomly selected days. There were 318 female(More)
PURPOSE To estimate the direct and indirect costs of three cataract surgery procedures: extracapsular cataract extraction with intra-ocular lens implantation (ECCE-IOL), phacoemulsification (PHACO) and manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS) using economic costing principles in a well-established eye care programme (Aravind Eye Hospital) in Tamil(More)
PURPOSE To assess the safety and efficacy of Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery (MSICS) in cases of white cataract with the use of trypan blue as an adjunct for performing continuous curvilinear capsulorthexis (CCC). MATERIALS AND METHODS Prospective observational study on 100 consecutive eyes of 100 patients with white cataract who had undergone(More)
We aim at reviewing published peer-reviewed studies that evaluate the safety and efficacy of manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS). Literature searches of the PubMed and the Cochrane Library databases were conducted with no date restrictions; the searches were limited to articles published in English only. All publications with at least level II(More)
Couldn׳t a humble coconut hurt a gardener? At least in the first instance, the brain seems to assume that it should not: we perceive inanimate entities such as coconuts as poor event instigators ("Actors"). Ideally, entities causing a change in another entity should be animate and this assumption not only influences event perception but also carries over to(More)
Aim: To analyse the outcome of high volume cataract surgery in a developing country, community based, high volume eye hospital. Methods: In a non-comparative interventional case series, the authors reviewed the surgical outcomes of 593 patients with cataract operated upon by three high volume surgeons on six randomly selected days. There were 318 female(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE To investigate the subjective visual experience of patients with concurrent cataract and glaucoma during phacoemulsification-trabeculectomy under peribulbar anesthesia. PATIENTS AND METHODS Consecutive patients with concurrent cataract and glaucoma who underwent phacoemulsification-trabeculectomy under peribulbar anesthesia for(More)
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