International Journal of Medical Ophthalmology
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International Journal of Medical Ophthalmology

2021, Vol. 3 Issue 1, Part A
S. No. Title and Authors Name
1.
Prevalence and risk factors associated with primary open angle glaucoma in diabetic patients in a tertiary care centre
N Rajendran, I Anesha Isaac, Janie Salor and J Kishore Kumar Jacob
Pages: 01-04  -  Viewed: 240  -  Downloaded: 110
2.
Combined small incision cataract surgery and trabeculectomy on intra ocular pressure outcome
Dr. Madhuri Patil and Dr. M Gitanjali
Pages: 05-09  -  Viewed: 243  -  Downloaded: 89
3.
A clinical study of management and visual outcome in lens induced glaucoma
Dr. Manjula Mangane and Dr. Vidyashri
Pages: 10-14  -  Viewed: 193  -  Downloaded: 91
4.
Comparison of incidence of early posterior capsule opacification (PCO) following manual small incision cataract surgery in patients who were implanted rigid PMMA IOL under air, BSS and viscoelastics
Abhilash B and Mahesh Babu*
Pages: 15-19  -  Viewed: 196  -  Downloaded: 98
5.
A comparative study on efficacy of topical dorzolamide and topical nevanac in central serous retinopathy
Dr. Shiv Sagar N, Dr. Ananthanag E, Dr. Sravani G, Dr. Usha Kiran R and Dr. Narayan M
Pages: 20-22  -  Viewed: 258  -  Downloaded: 122
6.
A comparative study of efficacy, tolerability and safety of 0.03% tacrolimus eye ointment and 0.05% cyclosporin eye drops in the treatment of vernal keratoconjunctivitis
Padmini S, Alhaj Farhath Tasneem, Vittal I Nayak, Tanvi Rai, Sumanth Kumar and Yalavali Indraja
Pages: 23-32  -  Viewed: 175  -  Downloaded: 77
7.
Evaluation of central corneal thickness with meibomian gland dysfunction in postmenopausal women
Sampoorna H Rao, Alhaj Farhath Tasneem, Vittal I Nayak, Faiza Syed Jafar, Sara Nastain and Yalavali Indraja
Pages: 33-40  -  Viewed: 172  -  Downloaded: 77
8.
Dry eye disease - are we underselling it? An epidemic in the offing and future management trends
Sinchana Adyanthaya and Abhilash B*
Pages: 41-43  -  Viewed: 190  -  Downloaded: 107
9.
Clinical superiority of either of topical 0.5% apraclonidine, 0.2% brimonidine and 0.03% bimatoprost given prophylactically in managing intraocular pressure spikes following Nd:YAG laser posterior capsulotomy
Tahir Husain Ansari, Pranav Gupta, Dr. Yusuf Rizvi and Mohd. Haroon Khan
Pages: 44-48  -  Viewed: 152  -  Downloaded: 66
10.
Clinical profile of patients with anterior uveitis
Dr. Sudha Madhavi KM and Dr. N Vijay
Pages: 49-50  -  Viewed: 149  -  Downloaded: 66
International Journal of Medical Ophthalmology