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Volume 1 Issue 1

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    Research Article
    Published: 10/24/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 042-048

    Detection of Ganglion Cell Loss in Preperimetric Glaucoma by Fourier-Domain Optical Coherence Tomography

    Suneeta Dubey*, Baswati Prasanth, Lokesh Chauhan and Saptarshi Mukherjee

    Background: Glaucoma is a multi-factorial optic neuropathy characterized by a loss of retinal ganglion cells with subsequent loss of the retinal nerve fi bers ultimately resulting in visual impairment.

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    Research Article
    Published: 09/20/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 033-041

    Intravitreal Ranibizumab/ Lucentis (IVTL) injections in Glaucoma patients-Intraocular Pressure (IOP) elevation and the use of Anterior Chamber Paracentesis (ACP)

    EA Ansari* and H Huraira

    Purpose
    • To assess the short term effects of intravitreal Lucentis (IVTL) on intraocular pressure in patients with ocular hypertension and glaucoma
    • To determine rate of anterior chamber paracentesis (ACP) required post-injection according to departmental protocol

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    Review Article
    Published: 06/28/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 029-032

    Mitomycin-C Use and Complications in Ophthalmology

    Tongabay Cumurcu*

    Mitomycin-C, First found its way into ophthalmic use in 1969, in Japan, where recurrent pterygia were successfully treated with the drug which is an antineoplastic / antibiotic agent isolated from the soil bacterium Streptomyces caespitosus [1].

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    Case Report
    Published: 06/20/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 023-028

    Efficacy of early Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Central Retinal Artery Occlusion

    Ayse Gul Kocak Altintas* and Mehmet Citirik

    A 60-year-old woman had central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO) presented to the ophthalmology department with a sudden, painless loss of vision. Her initial visual acuity was light perception and she treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) 4 hours after the development of visual symptoms. Systemic risk factors were not found so she was diagnosed as having idiopathic CRAO. Her vision improved from light perception to 20/50 after the HBOT. Any complications such as neovascularization were not developed until the last follow up visit of 8th months.

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    Research Article
    Published: 02/20/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 009-022

    Theory and Experiments. (+) Add Reading Glasses to Prevent Myopia

    Peter R Greene* and Otis S Brown EE

    Basic control theory equations are developed showing conventional exponential system response of refraction vs. time R (t) with a characteristic system time constant, in response to a step change of near work environmental conditions. Details from preliminary experimental design using reading glasses at the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis are discussed. The conclusion is that (+) add lenses, used as reading glasses during study, can prevent the development of myopia for college students in pilot training.

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    Case Report
    Published: 02/17/2017 | Pages: 1(1): 001-008

    A Comparative Study of Anatomic and Functional Outcomes of Two Surgical Techniques of Cataract at Lome

    Ayena KD*, Santos KAM, Vonor K, Amedome KM, Wodome A, Strauss G, Nagbe YE, Koffi-Ametooyona A and Balo K

    Aim: To compare the anatomical and functional outcomes of cataract surgery with manual small incision cataract surgery (MSICS) to those of extracapsular cataract extraction (ECCE) in Lome.
    Patients and Methods: A prospective study involved two groups of patients who underwent ECCE (group 1) and MSICS (group 2) by the same surgeon in the same conditions in different periods. Complications and visual results to the 45th postoperative day were compared.

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