Mohammad Abrishami's research while affiliated with Shahid Beheshti University and other places

Publications (16)

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To determine the histopathologic characteristics of lacrimal sac specimens in adult patients undergoing external dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) for acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction. A total of 471 lacrimal sac biopsies were obtained from 449 patients undergoing external DCR for symptoms or signs of acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction and exam...
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Guidelines for Thyroid Eye Disease Diagnosis and Management in Iran by IrSOPRS and Iranian Endocrinology societies joint collaboration
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To determine the relationship between horizontal rectus muscle surgery and eye movement recording in infantile nystagmus syndrome. In this prospective, interventional, non-randomized study, patients with infantile nystagmus syndrome were assigned to one of three treatment groups. Group I with head postures of less than 20 degrees , binocular visual...
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To evaluate the safety and efficacy of transcutaneous injections of botulinum toxin type A (Dysport) in the treatment of upper lid retraction associated with thyroid eye disease (TED). A total of 25 eyes of 16 patients including 11 female and 5 male subjects with stable TED condition were enrolled into the study. Mean age was 35.7 years (21-55). A...
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To evaluate the clinical features, etiology and outcomes of treatment for superior oblique (SO) palsy over a 10-year period at Labbafinejad Medical Center. A complete ophthalmologic examination with particular attention to forced duction test (FDT) and tendon laxity was performed in all patients preoperatively. The palsy was divided into congenital...
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To report the outcomes of surgical and non-surgical treatment in sixth nerve paresis and palsy. This retrospective study was performed on hospital records of 33 consecutive patients (37 eyes) with sixth nerve dysfunction who were referred to Labbafinejad Medical Center from September 1996 to September 2006, and underwent surgical procedures or botu...
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A 40-year-old male presented with swelling and erythema in his right upper eyelid that began 4 months prior. Clinical evaluation, rheumatologic serology, sedimentation rate of erythrocyte, and C-reactive protein results were all normal. The patient also did not respond to local and systemic antibiotic therapy. Incisional biopsy revealed a pseudotum...
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To evaluate refractive and corneal topographic changes following excision of chalazia. This prospective noncomparative quasi-experimental clinical trial includes consecutive patients older than 7 years with chalazia of minimum duration of 1 month who underwent excision of the lesions by an internal or external approach. Overall, 253 lids from 228 e...
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To report the results of late nasolacrimal duct probing in patients with congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction (NLDO). This retrospective study was performed on a consecutive series of patients with congenital NLDO who underwent late (after 15 months of age) nasolacrimal duct probing for the first time. Over a period of five years, 158 patients...
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To determine the effect of horizontal rectus muscle surgery on visual acuity, head posture and electronystagmographic indices in patients with congenital nystagmus. This prospective comparative case series was conducted on 58 patients with congenital nystagmus over a period of three years. Patients were divided into three groups: the first group (2...
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To describe the clinical manifestations of subtypes of double elevator palsy and to report the outcomes of surgery in these patients. This retrospective study was conducted on hospital records of patients with double elevator palsy at Labbafinejad Medical Center over a ten-year period from 1994 to 2004. Patients were classified into three subgroups...
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Purpose: To determine the anatomical location of the inferior oblique (IO) muscle and any possible correlation between IO overaction and IO muscle mass. Methods: In this interventional case series, eyes undergoing primary surgery for IO overaction underwent measurement of the distance between IO muscle borders from the limbus as well as muscle bell...
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Polycarbonate peg has been customarily used for pegging of hydroxyapatite for years. For better movement, tissue tolerance, and to decrease the complications of pegging, titanium peg system has been used. This study compares the two systems. Complications associated with pegging (polycarbonate: Bio-Eye or titanium: Dr-Perry new P-K) were retrospect...
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Fractures of the orbit most commonly involve the orbital floor, and enophthalmos is a common sign of orbital fractures. Complete globe dislocation in the maxillary sinus, however, has rarely been reported. Herein we report on an 18-year-old man referred to us 1 week following a car accident. At presentation, the globe was not seen within the right...

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... In presence of SR palsy, the procedure employed is a Knapp transposition. 4,5 In his original work, Knapp reported 15 patients, in whom correction of hypotropia ranged from 21 to 55 pd with a mean of 38 pd. Good results were obtained in 14 out of 15 patients (93%). ...
... The upward saccades are usually normal until the tight inferior rectus limits the up gaze. The Bell's phenomenon is exhibited poorly [1,2] . ...
... It has been shown that recession of all four horizontal rectus muscles can improve visual acuity and decrease nystagmus. By revising the surgical plan, strabismus can simultaneously be corrected.17,18 Although we had to resect both medial rectus muscles to correct residual exotropia, this procedure did not adversely affect visual function. ...
... Therefore, to detect refractive ARFs early, the present study restricted inclusion to patients less than 36 months old who, as results revealed, underwent probing at a median age of 20 months. Considering the gender, both males and females were found to be similarly affected by NLDO, which correlates with other studies showing that NLDO affects both sexes equally (16)(17)(18). ...
... To our knowledge, 11 cases have been reported about bilateral CHOs, so far all those cases are resumed in the [ Table 1]. [2,3,[5][6][7][8][9][10][11] Neither paper nor literature review evaluated until now the incidence of such bilateral lesions and was considered as rare. [10] However, Paonessa et al. reported that 3 out of the 14 patients in their series (more than 21%) had bilateral lesions. ...
... Lee (13) reported that maximal medial rectus muscle recession and lateral rectus muscle resection, i.e., the Hummelsheim procedure and the Jensen procedure, may be equally effective in the surgical treatment of complete and partial lateral rectus muscle paralysis. Bagheri (14) suggested that the horizontal rectus resection/recession procedure may also be effective in the treatment of complete abducens palsy. Since 2017, we have employed a supramaximal horizontal rectus recession-resection procedure for the treatment of complete lateral rectus muscle paralysis in our center. ...
... The incidence of fourth nerve palsy was similarly reported to be (6.1%) by Menon et al. 26 Exclusion of the congenital cases in our study might have resulted in less incidence of fourth nerve palsy, where congenital cause accounted for majority of the cases. 30 Other than congenital etiology, trauma and head injury is held responsible for fourth nerve palsy. [31][32][33] Combined OMN palsies were lesser in comparison to previous studies. ...
... PANDO is most commonly seen in adult females and is a very common cause of epiphora. [4,5] ROPLAS is a very simple test for accurately diagnosing NLDO. It has a sensitivity of 93.2% and specificity of 99.3%. ...
... Múltiples trabajos con ejemplos de niveles II y III de evidencia sugieren que la cirugía de los músculos mejora el nistagmos y la función visual. [18][19] Hertle, 20 en un editorial de la revista Ophthalmology del año 2009, señalaba que pacientes con nistagmos a los que se les realizaba cirugía de los músculos oculares, obtenían una visión más útil por unidad de tiempo y reconocían los objetos más rápidamente, tenían menos movimientos de la cabeza, mejores movimientos y mejor sensibilidad de contrastes, y por consecuencia un mejor funcionamiento. 21 Señala que una hipótesis actual es que la interferencia de la cirugía con las terminaciones nerviosas propioceptivas periféricas del tendón o del músculo extraocular, influye en las vías oculares motoras centrales, lo que resulta en una mejoría de las oscilaciones en el SNI. ...