Saeed Shokoohi

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A previously healthy 28-year-old white man complained of acute headache and mildly blurred vision since a month earlier which did not respond to analgesics. Brain magnetic resonance imaging was normal. He did not agree to be admitted and nor to additional testing by a neurologist and did not respond to oral acetazolamide. At the next visit (a month later),(More)
Introduction: Keratoglobus is a controversial issue and still remains as one of the ambiguous corneal disorders; it can be managed by different surgical techniques successfully; yet the risk of globe rupture is high in these patients due to corneal weakness. In cases of progressive involvement, a large corneal graft is needed due to extreme thinness of the(More)
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