Sudharshan Khokhar

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Cysticercosis of the optic nerve has been reported only twice in the literature. A case of optic nerve cysticercosis in a 50-year-old woman with atypical optic neuritis is reported. Computerized tomography showed a thickened left optic nerve with a ring-enhancing lesion containing an eccentric nodule. An enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay test for(More)
PURPOSE To report a case of retained Descemet's membrane after penetrating keratoplasty for congenital hereditary endothelial dystrophy (CHED) documented by anterior segment optical coherence tomography and review of literature. METHODS Case report and review of literature. RESULTS A 14-year-old boy underwent penetrating keratoplasty for CHED. A(More)
BACKGROUND In this study we compared topical ofloxacin with a combination of fortified tobramycin sulphate and cefazolin sodium solutions in the treatment of culture-proved bacterial keratitis. METHODS 30 eyes of culture-proved bacterial corneal ulcers of moderate severity were included in a prospective randomized, controlled, double-masked study for(More)
PURPOSE To report a case of acute hydrops in pellucid marginal corneal degeneration (PMCD) documented with anterior segment optical segment tomography and successfully treated with sulphur hexafluoride (SF6) intracameral injection. METHODS A 47-year-old female patient presented with spontaneous onset of pain, redness and decreased vision in her left eye.(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the efficacy of four antiviral agents--1% idoxuridine ointment (group 1), 2% trifluorothymidine ointment (group 2), 3% acyclovir ointment (group 3) and 1% bromovinyldeoxyuridine (BVDU) ointment (group 4)--in herpes simplex keratitis. DESIGN Randomized double-blinded clinical trial. SETTING Tertiary care institution in New Delhi. (More)
Results of penetrating keratoplasty in 443 eyes of 439 patients of active infective corneal ulcers, from a period of 10 years, were analyzed. All these eyes were proven refractory to maximal medical therapy for extended periods of time, in some cases more than 6 weeks. As the surgery was performed during the active stage, the outcome was not favorable(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the efficacy of mitomycin C in reducing reformation of adhesions following surgery for restrictive strabismus. METHODS Sixteen patients with restrictive strabismus resulting from trauma, retinal detachment surgery, and multiple squint surgeries were randomized to either a mitomycin group (8 patients) or a control group (8 patients).(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the cyclofusional status in normal and acquired superior oblique palsy subjects. To know the extent to which cyclodeviations can be tolerated asymptomatically. METHOD Incyclovergence and excyclovergence break points and recovery points were evaluated in 40 normal subjects and 17 cases of acquired superior oblique palsy. A Polaroid(More)