Year 2015

Odisha State Ophthalmological Society


Management of Presbyopia A Review

Prof Dr Jayashree Dora, Dr Ratandeep Agrawalla Dept of ophthalmology, VIMSAR, BURLA

Presbyopia is not a refractive error but a condition of physiological insufficiency of accommodation due to reduced amplitude leading to a progressive fall in near vision.

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Contact Lens Assisted Collagen Cross Linking for Thin Keratoconic Corneas

Dr. Nilamadhab Pradhan,2nd Year PG SCB Medical College, Cuttack

Keratoconus is relatively rare disease of the cornea with reported frequency approximately 1 in 2000 in the general population. It is an assymetrical, bilateral, progressive and non-inflammatory ectasia of cornea due to a gradual biomechanical instability of cornea.

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Mooren’s Ulcer (Chronic - Serpiginous Ulcer, Rodent Ulcer) and its Management

Dr. Bibhudatta Das, Retd. Professor in Ophthalmology V.S.S. Medical College, Burla Dt. Sambalpur, Odisha

Ever since Bowmen in 1849 made the Mooren's ulcer a clinical entity, the Mooren's Ulcer and its management have been enigmas for the treating ophthalmologists.

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Long -Term Results of Surgical Management of Dislocated Crystalline Lenses

Dr. Meena Chakrabarti MS, Dr.Preethi Benjamin DO, Dr.Arup Chakrabarti MS

Traumatic cataracts and subluxated or dislocated crystalline lenses are frequently encountered in the settings of severe ocular trauma.

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Surgical techniques for Pediatric cataract surgery

Dr Jagat Ram, MS, FAMS Professor, Advanced Eye Centre, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research, Chandigarh

Historically, several primitive surgical techniques such as surgical iridectomy,1-5 needling, and needling and aspiration were used for cataract surgery in children and a few of them are even today in practice in many parts of the developing world.

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Diabetic Retinopathy

DR. (COL.) Zahiruddin Khan Prof .Dept of Ophthalmology, Hitech Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar

Successful management of diabetic retinopathy via a combination of glucose control, Laser therapy, vitrectomy is most striking achievement of modern ophthalmology.

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Retinoblastoma-Parents Role and Current Management Role in Increasing Survival

Dr Sikha Misra, 2nd Yr Pg,S.C.B M.C.H Guide: Prof (Hod) Dr P.K Nanda, Prof Dr Indrani Rath,Prof Dr Sumita Mohapatra

Retinoblastoma is a cancer of the very young child; two-thirds of all cases of retinoblastoma are diagnosed before age 2 years, and 95% of cases are diagnosed before age of 5 yrs.

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Occupational Profile of Patients with Central Serous Chorioretinopathy

Dr Jijnasu Agnihotri, Dr Sushil Kumar Kar, Prof. Dr Zahirrudin Khan Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar

Purpose: To evaluate the psychosomatic association with the occupational profile of patients and its impact with the incidence of CSCR in the study group

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Diabetic Retinopathy: A Roadway to Other Systemic Conditions

Dr. Gazal Patnaik, MS Ophthalmology, 1st Year PG SCB Medical College & Hospital, Cuttack

Diabetes mellitus and its micro vascular complications are major medical tribulations pervasiveness of which is increasing and affecting the masses.

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Fundus Photography using Digital Cameras and Camera Mobile Phones

Dr Premananda Behera, Dr Pramoda Kumar Sharma, Dr Kahnei Charan Tudu, Dr Sharmistha Behera , Prof.Dr Jayashree Dora VSS Medical College & Hospital, Bural

The concept of fundus photography dates back to mid 19th century after the introduction of photography in 1839.

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Non-Specific Orbital Inflammation Extending Into The Cavernous Sinus : A Case Report

Dr. Rituraj Rout, Dr. Saroj Kumar Tripathy, Dr. Z. U. Khan Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar

Non-specific orbital inflammation is a nongranulomatous inflammatory process in the orbit without any underlying local or systemic causes, presents with a variety of non-specific clinical symptoms, making diagnosis a challenge in majority of the cases.

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An Uncommon Presentation of Orbital Metastases : A Case Report

Lopamudra Bhuyan¹, Sushil ku Kar¹, Z.U.Khan² Hitech Medical College and Hospital, Health Park, Pandara, Bhubaneswar 10,Odisha,India Professor, Hitech Medical College and Hospital, Bhubaneswar 10, Odisha, India

A 68 Year old man presented to us with complains of decreased vision in both eyes ,swelling of eyelids and redness in both eyes.

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Ophthalmologist and Radiologist : Independent yet Interdependent

Dr Ajay Kumar Singh, 3rd Yr Junior Resident, Dept Of Ophthalmology Hitech Medical College And Hospital, Bhubaneswar, India Prof. (Dr.) Zahiruddin Khan, Hitech Medical College And Hospital, Bhubaneswar, India

Anterior segment - within normal limits in both eyes except for the presence of a left sided relative afferent pupillary defect

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Capillary Haemangioma of Conjunctiva- A Rare Case Report

Prof. Suchitra Dash, Dr. Prangya Panda, Dr.Santosh Kumar Sethy MKCG Medical College, Berhampur

A capillary haemangioma is a benign tumour consisting of an abnormal overgrowth of tiny blood vessels. Capillary hemangioma may not be present at birth but appear within first six months of life.

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Stem Cell Therapy In Ocular Surface Disorder

Author: Dr. Guna Sagar Das, M. S. Professor in Ophthalmology, Sardar Raja''s Medical College, Hospital & Research Centre, Kalahandi (Odisha). Dr. Preetinanda Manaswini Dash,Ph.D, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Biotechnology, Shivchhatrapati College, Aurangabad-431003 (Maharastra)

Ocular surface disorders due to various causes heal up if the limbal stem cells are adequate and healthy.

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Clear Cell Sarcoma of Kidney Metastasizing to Orbit

Dr Lapam Panda, Hitech Medical College; Dr Riya Rani Kesh, 2nd yr PG, Hitech Medical College, Prof. (Dr) Zahiruddin Khan, Hitech Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar

Clear cell sarcoma of the kidney (CCSK) is rare comprising 4% of primary renal tumours in children. 1 Clinical presentation resembles that of Wilm's tumour with both presenting as an abdominal mass, pain, and gross haematuria.

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Simulation in Ophthalmology

Dr Bonda Shruti, PG SCB Medical College, Cuttack

Visual alterations without any actual organic disease is common in ophthalmological practice accounting for 1% of visual problems.

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BPES : An Overview

Chief Author : Dr Manjunatha S, 3rd Year Post Graduate, Dept Of Ophthalmology, RIO, SCB Medical College, Cuttack. Co-Authors : Hod & Prof. Dr P. K.Nanda, Prof. Dr Sumita Mohapatra, Prof. Dr Indrani Rath

The blepharophimosis ptosis epicanthus inversus syndrome (BPES, also known as Waardenburg syndrome) was probably first reported by Ammon in 1841 and described more fully by Vignes in 1889.

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Frequent Blinking in Children

Prof. B.N.R Subudhi, Dept. of Ophthalmology MKCG Medical College, Berhampur

Blinking is a normal reflex that protects the eye from dryness, bright light, and fingers or other objects coming towards it.

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Evaluation of Ptosis (Blepharoptosis)

Dr. Amrita Mohanty, 3rd yr. P.G (HOD) Prof. Dr. P. K Nanda, Prof. Dr. I Rath, Prof.Dr. S Mohapatra RIO, SCB Medical College, Cuttack

Ptosis is an abnormally low position of the upperlid covering more than 2mm of superior cornea.

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Management of Angle Closure Glaucoma

Dr. Ashok Kumar Upadhyay, M.S. Fellow in Glaucoma Aravinda Eye Hospital Consultant Cataract & Glaucoma Surgeon Melvin Jones Lions Eye Hospital, Cuttack

Glaucoma is ranked as the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide by the World Health Organization.

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Minimally Invasive Glaucoma Surgery(MIGS)

Dr. Rakesh Betdur, Prof. Dr. Sumita Mohapatra, Prof.Dr. Prasanta Kumar Nanda SCB Medical College & Hospital, Cuttack

Glaucoma surgery has been challenged by the advent of innovative techniques and new implants in the past few years.

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Prevalance of Customary Habits and Lifestyle Related Systemic Disorders Among Newly Diagnosed Glaucoma Patients

Dr Sushil Kumar Kar1 Dr Ashok K Nanda2 Dr Zahiruddin Khan3 Postgraduate Student: Hi-Tech Medical College and Hospital Associate Professor: Hi-Tech Medical College and Hospital Professor: Hi-Tech Medical College and Hospital DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY

Pathogenesis of glaucomatous optic neuropathy has several established and suspected risk factors. Some of these risk factors may be related to individual's habits and lifestyle, both of which have social and cultural influences.

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Correlation Between Central Corneal Thickness and Intraocular Pressure Measurements with Goldmann Applanation Tonometer and non Contact Tonometer and its Implication on Glaucoma

Dr Sushil Kumar Kar1, Dr Zahiruddin Khan2 1-Junior Consultant, Kalinga Eye Hospital, Dhenkanal 2-Professor, Hi-tech Medical College and Hospital, Bhubaneshwar

Goldmann applanation tonometer (GAT) is considered as the gold standard method of measuring intraocular pressure (IOP) and it has been proven that IOP measurement is affected by central corneal thickness (CCT).

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Decision Making in Surgical Management - Coexisting Cataract and Primary Open Angle Glaucoma

Dr. Samabesh Swain , Prof Dr. Suchitra Dash, Prof. Dr. BNR Subudhi, Asst. Prof. Dr.Sabita Devi MKCG Medical College and Hospital, Berhampur , Odisha

Cataract and glaucoma are the two leading causes of blindness worldwide in aging population. No uniform recommendations can be proposed when the two conditions are associated.

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Dissociated Vertical Deviation

Dr Biswajit Dey, Functional Head Department of Pediatric Ophthalmology, JPM Rotary Eye Hospital, Cuttack

Dissociated Vertical Deviation (DVD) is one of the least understood forms of strabismus. It was first described by Stevens as double vertical strabismus, other common names given to this anomaly are, Alternating hyperphoria (Crone), Anaphoria / anatropia (Stevens), Periodic vertical squint (Anderson), Strabismus sursoadductorius (Cords).

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Convergence Insufficiency Small Element with Big Problem

Dr. Madan Mohan Mahapatra Professor Ophthalmology, IMS & SUM Hospital, Bhubaneswar

Convergence insufficiency is one of the most common cause of ocular discomfort and in fact is the most common cause of muscular Asthenopia, therefore it is of considerable clinical significance.

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Nutrition and Eye Health

Dr. Harshavardhan V K, Dr Rakesh Betdur, Prof.Dr. PK Nanda, Prof.Dr S. Mohapatra

They say an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but it will take a much more complete diet to help keep eyes healthy.

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Smart Phones in the Field of Ophthalmology

Dr. Saumendu Mohanty1, Dr. Parul Priyambada1, Dr. Sumita Mohapatra2 1PG student, 2Professor, Regional Institute of Ophthalmology, SCB Medical College, Cuttack.

The popularity of smart phones and their use among physicians is gradually increasing. Now smart phones have come a long way from simple cellular phones to modern era gadgets and they can perform almost all activities that our computers can.

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Clinical Trials in Traumatic Optic Neuropathy- An Update

Dr. Sucheta Parija, (Ass Prof), Dr Bijnya Birajita Panda (Senior resident) Dr Susant Pujaha (SR), Dr Jyotiranjan Mallik (SR) All India Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar

Traumatic optic neuropathy (TON) refers to an acute injury of the optic nerve secondary to trauma. The optic nerve axons may be damaged either directly or indirectly and the visual loss may be partial or complete.

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Mechanical Eye Injuries in Children

Dr. S.K. Tripathy, Prof. Dr. Madhumati Mishra Hi-Tech Medical College & Hospital, Pandara, Bhubaneswar

Trauma is a common and established etiological factor affecting almost all systems of the body. Visual system is no exception.

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Clinical Biometry - Newer Dimensions

Dr. Ashok Kumar Nanda Kar Vision Eye Hospital, Bhubaneswar

Obtaining precise post operative target refraction is of utmost importance today a catatact surgery has become a refractive surgery after introduction on newer techniques and premium IOLs.

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