Sajjad Ahmed Sheikh

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Acanthamoeba species can cause a chronic, progressive, ulcerative keratitis of the eye, which is not responsive to the usual antimicrobial treatment and is frequently mistaken for stromal herpes keratitis. Acanthamoeba keratitis continues to be a burgeoning and unsolved problem. Although soft contact lens wear is reported as the major risk factor in other(More)
A 22-year-old man complained of sudden, painless loss of vision (vague scotoma in central vision) in his right eye. The patient became symptomatic following a session of weight training at a gymnasium the previous day. There was no history trauma. Medical, ocular and familial history were unremarkable. The inferior and temporal aspect of the haemorrhage was(More)
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