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   1987| January-February  | Volume 35 | Issue 1  
 
 
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Developing human optic nerve in prenatal period changes in the numbers of retinal axons.
S Wadhwa, V Bijlani
January-February 1987, 35(1):11-16
PMID:3450607
A quantitative estimation of the number of axons in the optic nerves of human foetuses ranging from approximately 8 to 26 weeks has been made. This study shows that from 8 weeks there is a steady increase in the number of axons with subsequent decrease by 26 weeks, during the period of lamination in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus (dLGN).
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INTERESTING CASES
Bloody tears (haemolacria)
BK Ahluwalia, AK Khurana, S Sood
January-February 1987, 35(1):41-43
PMID:3450614
A case of bloody tears in a young hysterical female is described and rarity of the condition is stressed.
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BOOK REVIEW
Book review
NSD Raju
January-February 1987, 35(1):53-53
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Book review
TP Ittyerah
January-February 1987, 35(1):53-53
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CASE REPORT
Multifocal eosinophilic granuloma of bone causing unilateral proptosis
VB Pratap, Rajat Desai, Sandhya Chandra, PK Aggarwal
January-February 1987, 35(1):22-6
PMID:3450610
The most benign expression of the disease histiocytosis X is eosinophilic granuloma of bone. The most common presentation is a solitary granuloma as originally described by. Lichtenstein [1]. Multiple involvement and orbital involvement is extremely rare [2]. We present a case of diffuse eosinophilic granuloma of bone with orbital involvement but with no other significant visceral involvement.
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Graves' ophthalmopathy-role of radiation therapy
NR Datta, S De, GK Rath, Subhash Chander
January-February 1987, 35(1):27-31
PMID:3450611
A case of Graves' opthalmopathy treated with external radiotherapy has been reported. The role of radiation therapy in the management of this disease entity in context to the modern supervoltage era has ben discussed.
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EDITORIAL
The old order changeth
S Tony Fernandez
January-February 1987, 35(1):1-1
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GUEST EDITORIAL
Carotid artery insufficiency
G Natchiar
January-February 1987, 35(1):2-3
PMID:3450609
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INTERESTING CASES
Bilateral jaw-winking (marcus gunn's phenomenon) (a case report)
Santhosh Kumar Banerjee, Pradip Chatterjee
January-February 1987, 35(1):39-40
PMID:3450612
A bilateral rare case of Marcus Gunn's phenomenon has been reported.
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Neurofibrosarcoma of lacrimal gland
SP Pattanayak, JS Mathur, V Thakur, S Khanna
January-February 1987, 35(1):44-48
PMID:3450615
A rare case of neurofibroma of lacrimal gland showing malignant transformation in a male patient eye 31 years is reported. There was no evidence of recurrence 'on a follow up study.
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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Slit lamp ophthalmodynamometry in internal carotid artery insufficiency
Rajiv Nath, MK Mehra, D Nag, J Agarwal
January-February 1987, 35(1):7-10
PMID:3450616
Slit lamp ophthalmodynamometry was done by Dynoptor instrument in 6 cases of internal carotid artery, insufficiency, 18 cases of middle cerebral artery thrombosis and 20 control cases free from neurological disease. The average difference between the ophthalmic artery pressures of the two sides was 7.6% (diastolic) and 4.8% (systolic) in control cases. It was 6.6% (diastolic) and 4.6% (systolic) in cases of middle cerebral artery thrombosis. This difference was much higher in cases of -sub internal carotid artery insufficiency (41.3% 'diastolic and 25.4% in systolic); thus elucidating the role of ophthalmodynamometry as a non-invasive technique in diagnosis of these cases.
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Ocular manifestations of internal carotid artery insufficiency
Rajiv Nath, MK Mehra, D Nag, J Agarwal
January-February 1987, 35(1):4-6
PMID:3450613
8 cases of internal carotid artery insufficiency were studied to find out the various ophthalmic manifestations in such cases. 50% cases had ophthalmic signs and symptoms. These manifestations were amaurosis fugax, central retinal artery block, field defects, pupillary abnormalities and disc oedema. Ammaurosis fugax is a sign of impending carotid insufficiency and these cases must be investigated thoroughly.
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Computed tomographic method of axial length measurement of emmetropic Indian eye a new technique
Madhumati Misra, Santan Rath
January-February 1987, 35(1):17-21
PMID:3450608
This is a study of 50 orbital CT Scans in emmetropic adults in 'the neuro ocular plane. A technique is involved to measure the axial length of the eye using CT Scan. It was also tried in 20 new born infants. The measurements are compared with other techniques of axial length measurement.
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SHORT REPORT
Ocular malignant lymphoma. A clinical pathological study
A Panda, G Rath, Y Dayal
January-February 1987, 35(1):32-8
PMID:3330053
Eleven histologically proved cases of ocular malignant lymphoma diagnosed and managed during the year 1974-81 are reported. The follow-up period ranges from 2-7 years. The difficulties in diagnosis, treatment and prognosis are discussed.
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