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January-June 2019| Vol 6| Issue 1

Original Article

Knowledge Impact of the Contextual Presbyopia Education on the At-Risk Population of Saham, Oman

Context: Acts such as regular check-up and choosing appropriate correction methods can help in reducing the uncorrected burden of presbyopia and enhancing the vision-related quality of life....

Original Article

Associated risk factors with the presence of the symptoms of dry eye syndrome among residents of Al Ahsa, Saudi Arabia

Purpose: Dry eye syndrome (DES) results in potential damage to the ocular surface accompanied by increased tear film osmolarity and inflammation of the ocular surface. Dry eye can be a result...

Original Article

Prevalence of iris signs among the volunteers participated in the Science city exhibition

Purpose: Iris diagnosis is the science that reveals physical, emotional, and mental aspects of an individual through the iris. The aim of the study was to find out the prevalence of iris sign...

Case Report

A case report of erlotinib-induced trichomegaly in a glaucoma patient

Trichomegaly of the eyelashes is an uncommon side effect of erlotinib, which is an epidermal growth factor receptor kinase inhibitor. Erlotinib is a form of molecular targeted therapy, increasingly ...

Case Report

Role of scleral tectonic graft in saving the vision of a child with apert syndrome

Apert syndrome (AP) is a rare form of acrocehpalosyndactyly with autosomal-dominant transmission. The most common ocular features of patients with AP include proptosis, shallow orbits, and hypertelo...

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Al-Basar International Journal of Ophthalmology, a publication of Al-Basar International Foundation (BIF), is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published. The journal’s full text is available online at http://www.bijojournal.org.

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