Sukumar Debnath

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Congenital glaucoma is one of the main causes of blindness in children and is more common in Saudi Arabia than in Western countries, perhaps owing to the prevalence of consanguinity with families. Trabeculotomy has given poorer in Saudi Arabia than elsewhere. This study compared the results of trabeculotomy (67% success rate) with trabeculectomy (54%(More)
Sixty-one renal transplant patients were studied for ocular complications of steroid therapy. Twenty patients (32.8%) were found to have posterior subcapsular cataract. Three patients (4.9%) had ocular hypertension. There was no significant correlation between cataract formation and the total dose of steroids, number of rejection episodes, or the period of(More)
In order to identify socioeconomic and demographic factors involved in the acceptance of family planning among rural people in Bangladesh, researcher conducted a survey of village households in the Mymensingh district. With an annual growth rate of 2.32, the population of Bangladesh, currently at 89.9 million, will double over the next 30 years. Although(More)
Student motivation within the classrooms is a widely recognized problem and will remain so in the foreseeable future. Literature suggests that students' motivation for learning and performance can be enhanced by creating an appropriate classroom environment, which is again determined by the design of various structural characteristics of a course, such as(More)
Congenital glaucoma is one of the main causes of blindness in children and is more common in Saudi Arabia than in Western countries, perhaps owing to the prevalence of consanguinity with families. Trabeculotomy has given poorer results in Saudi Arabia than elsewhere. This study compared the results of trabeculotomy (67% success rate) with trabeculectomy(More)
From the Editor Welcome to the Spring edition of the Journal of Behavioral and Applied Management. I would like to thank all of the participants who have made a contribution to this publication. The list is long and includes many authors and potential authors, reviewers, and past Editors of JBAM. As always, huge thanks go to my Associate Editor Len White(More)
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