Roger H Gray

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AIM To study the epidemiology of ocular injuries in patients with major trauma in the UK, determining the incidence and causes of ocular injuries, and their association with facial fractures. METHODS A retrospective analysis of the Trauma Audit Research Network database from 1989 to 2004, looking at data from 39,073 patients with major trauma. RESULTS(More)
The interaction between diarrhoeal disease and nutritional status measured by anthropometry was investigated in approximately 1000 children aged 1 to 4 years during April-December 1976 in a rural area of Bangladesh. Data on diarrhoeal disease were provided by the mothers interviewed at seven-day intervals. Weight and height data were collected bimonthly.(More)
AIM To study the incidence of endophthalmitis following cataract surgery over a 10 year period, and to examine ways in which this may be related to changes in surgical technique. METHODS All cases of endophthalmitis occurring over a 10 year period within a single ophthalmic unit in the United Kingdom were reviewed, and possible risk factors identified. (More)
The long-term retinal effects of intravitreal liquid silicone (ILS) remain controversial. In this study fundus fluorescein angiographic findings in three patients with long-term ILS are presented. Sluggish or absent blood flow was observed in retinal arterioles that lay in close proximity to the ILS, and the arterioles themselves appeared narrowed. It is(More)
AIM To compare the diagnostic accuracy of standard screening images plus single-view digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), using Siemens DBT equipment, with standard screening images plus supplementary mammographic views in non-calcific, screen-detected mammographic abnormalities. MATERIALS AND METHODS Participants were unselected women aged 50-69 years(More)
PURPOSE To study referrals of posterior capsular opacification (PCO) for laser capsulotomy by optometrists and compare direct referral with that via the general practitioner (GP). METHODS A prospective analysis of optometrist referrals with regard to diagnostic accuracy, appropriateness of referral, quality of letters and patient waiting times. RESULTS(More)
In Western Australia during the period 1 January 1976 to 31 December 1987 1089 eyes of 1044 patients in hospital were operated upon for primary rhegmatogenous retinal detachment due to causes other than penetrating trauma. Of these eyes 295 (27%) were aphakic or pseudophakic. During this period the annual number of cataract operations in the State increased(More)