Intratarsal keratinous cyst(ITKC) is the third common cause of tarsal swelling after chalazion &sebaceous cell carcinoma.
FP1204 : Risk Factors for Orbital Implant Exposure After Evisceration: a Case Control Study of 93 Patients
Dr. Gupta Roshmi,G08406, Dr. Parvathi T Hari, Dr. Anjali Kiran, Dr.Bhawna Piplani
To study patients with implant exposure vswithout,to analyze risk factors for exposure.
Dr. Noornika Khuraijam, K13595, Dr.Sachindra Laishram, Dr. Romen Singh Keisham
The eyes, are the main points of focus on the face, and contribute immensely towards an individual’s appearance. Enhancing the attractiveness of the eyes can greatly lift a person’s confidence and self esteem.
FP1545 : To Study the Outcome of Primary Autologous Dermis Fat Graft Following Evisceration and Enucleation
Dr. Shreeshruthi N, N18565, Dr. D.N. Parkash, Dr. Rohini Chalekar, Dr. Asma M K, Dr. Gajaraj T Naik
The purpose of this research work is to study the outcome of primary autologous dermis fat graft following evisceration and enucleation in terms of orbital volume replacement and feasibility of prosthesis fitting.
FP1793 : Advantage of Dynamic Direct Frontalis Muscle Transfer for the Surgical Correction of Severe Blepharoptosis
Dr.Mohammad Mehdi Raji, Dr. Alhaj F Tasneem, Dr.Nayak Vittal I, Dr. Md Sadegh Mirdehghan Farashah
Blepharoptosis is a common complaint of eyelid disorder. Frontalis suspension is a new method and the surgery of choice for congenital or acquired blepharoptosis with poor levator function (less than 4 mm).
FP205 : Lid Sparing Orbital Exenteration Without Removing Periosteum is Effective for Socket and Lid Reconstruction
Dr. Salil Kumar Mandal, M12531, Dr. Tamojit Chatterjee, Dr. Madhumita Banerjee
To evaluate the surgical and cosmetic outcomes and recurrence rates of the ocular malignancies with metastatic potentialafter lid/periosteum sparing orbital exenteration .
Dr. Liya Susan Peter, P18548 Dr. Suneetha N Lobo, Dr. Mary Joseph, Dr.Sangeetha Sriram
In this study we evaluated outcome of rhino-orbital mucormycosis treated at our hospital.
FP621 : Five Year Retrospective Review of Cases of Hemifacial Spasm and Its Association with Dry Eyes.
Dr. Amit Raj, R12161,Dr. Sanchi Vohra, Dr. Ravi Kant Bamotra, Dr.Sudesh Kumar Arya Dr. Amit Raj,Dr. Ravi Kant Bamotra,Dr.Sanchi Vohra and Dr. Sudesh Kumar Arya
Hemifacial spasm as an entity was first described by Gowers in 1884. It represents a segmental myoclonus of muscles innervated by the facial nerve. Hemifacial spasm (HFS) generally begins with brief clonic movements of the orbicularis oculi and spreads over years to other facial muscles (corrugator, frontalis, orbicularis oris, platysma, zygomaticus).
FP722 : Lesions Simulating Ocular Surface Squamous Neoplasia (Ossn) Clinically: a Histopathological Analysis
Dr. Anamika Patel, Dr. Swathi Kaliki, Dr. Dilip Kumar Mishra
To describe lesions simulating OSSN clinically and discuss their histopathological diagnosis.
FP970 : Full Thickness Skin Grafting an Independent Or Adjunctive Procedure for Cicatricial Ectropion
Dr. Nitin Soni, S19234, Dr.Elesh Jain, Dr. Ram Kishore Shandilya, Dr. Narendra
Ectropion is an eversion of the eyelid margin away from the globe and is commonly classified according to its etiology: involutional, cicatricial, paralytic, mechanical, or congenital.