Chibuike Ejimadu

Chibuike Ejimadu
University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital | UPTH · Department of Ophthalmology

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Keywords: Oculoplastic Disorders; Pattern; University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital
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Aim: To determine the effect of graded doses of caffeine on intraocular pressure in a Nigerian population. Methods: This was a prospective, observer‐masked, cross‐over study carried out in the Eye clinic of the Ahoada General Hospital. A total One hundred subjects comprising 46 males and 54females aged 20 – 76 years were chosen. Graded doses of caf...
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Aim: To determine the level of knowledge, attitude and practice of eyelid surgeries among surgeons in Nigeria. Methods: A self-administered questionnaires about their knowledge, attitude and practice of eyelid surgeries were given to 135 medical practitioners attending the 49th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference of the International C...
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Objective: To determine the pattern of eye disorders among Nigerian Niger Delta region residents as a basis for preventive ophthalmology. Methodology: This study was a retrospective study involving an eleven-year cumulative review of clinical records from the Ophthalmology Clinic of University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital. Data on eye disorde...
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Aim: To identify the pattern of ocular surgeries performed at UPTH and determine any significant changes in trends of these surgeries over a ten-year period - 2005 to 2016. Methods: It was a hospital-based retrospective study over a ten-year period. Data were extracted from the ocular surgery register and inputted into an excel-spread sheet. Data a...
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Background: Amblyopia is a common cause of visual impairment in children with uncorrected refractive errors, so screening and treatment should be carried out as early as possible to prevent permanent visual loss. Objective: To determine the prevalence of amblyopia among individuals less than 18years with refractive errors presenting to the Ophthalm...
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Refractive errors and presbyopia pose a challenge in the developing world in spite of the priority it attracts in vision 2020 programme. It can negatively affect the socio-economic life of an individual. Ignorance and poor mobilization of refractive services are the major contributors to this problem. The aim of this study is to determine the patte...

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