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Seyyed Abbas Hosseinirad, Gholamhossein Yaghoubi, Behrouz Haidari,
Volume 5, Issue 1 (9-2017)

Leeches are segmented worms belonging to Phylum Annelida and make up the subclass Hirudinea. Leeches have been historically used in medicine to suck blood from patients. Ocular infestation with leech is rare, moreover it is often misdiagnosed. In this report, we describe 2 patients with continuous bright ocular bleeding after swimming in a pool, and pseudo iris prolapse in a child after trauma with a wooden piece who immediately washed his face in a stream. Ocular leech infestation must be ruled out in children with a history of contamination or swimming in rural pool or streams.

Jalal Ahmadi, Abbas Hosseinirad, Hoda Dadgar, Mahmoud Ganjifard,
Volume 5, Issue 1 (9-2017)

The case is a 2-year-old previously healthy girl with coincidental penetrating eye and brain injury. A metal rod was inserted into the skull through the upper border of the right globe. After admission and diagnostic and surgical approaches, the rod was removed under general anesthesia, and no brain hematoma or ocular and significant periocular injuries were detected. No neurologic and ophthalmologic signs and symptoms were observed during hospitalization, and follow-up brain CT was normal.
Gholam Hossain Yaghoobi, Seyed Abbas Hosseinirad, Saeedreza Heydari,
Volume 6, Issue 4 (12-2018)

The aim of this study was to investigate the improvements of central serous chorioretinopathy (CSC) treated with topical dorzolamide. These observational case studies included nine eyes of the nine patients with CSC, treated by a physician with topical dorzolamide consecutively over a one-month period. The central macular thickness and best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA) were measured and compared with baseline values. All the eyes of nine patients demonstrated subretinal fluid (SRF) before or during the treatment course. The SRF was measured and compared with baseline values in this subgroup. Among the cases (n=9), the mean age was reported as 39±6, and BCVA improved in 77% (7 cases), 11.1% (1 case), and 11.1% (1 case) of the cases within two, four, and ten weeks of treatment after the follow-ups, respectively. Indeed, the mean value of central macular thickness showed improvement from 4.72±1.40 to 3.93±9.8 microns (P=0.211). The SRF decreased during follow-up treatment with the mean time of 0.7±0.6 months; however, central macular thickness, choroidal thickness, and BCVA revealed no significant change. Topical dorzolamide might improve BCVA and decrease SRF in patients with CSC. This case series study demonstrated that topical dorzolamide might be effective in the treatment of CSC.

Seyyed Mohammad Hosseinirad, Seyyed Abbas Hosseinirad, Mohammad Hossein Davari, Ghazal Taheri, Bita Bijari,
Volume 9, Issue 4 (12-2021)

  • Introduction: Considering the increasing prevalence of myopia and the subsequent complications, and due to the dearth of studies on the correlation between myopia and gender with corneal thickness in Iran, this study aimed to determine this relationship in patients admitted to the ophthalmic clinic of Vali-e-Asr Hospital, Birjand, Iran.
  • Methods: This descriptive-analytic epidemiologic study was conducted on 100 patients admitted to Vali-e-Asr ophthalmic clinic in Birjand, Iran, for one year since January 2017. According to the degree of myopia, the patients were divided into three groups of low (0-3 D), moderate (3-6 D), and high myopia (6≤D). Corneal thickness was measured using Orbscan and Pentacam. The data were analyzed in SPSS software (Version 19) through ANOVA and T-test to determine the possible relationship between myopia and central corneal thickness. A p-value equal to and less than (P≤0.05) was considered statistically significant.
  • Results: Overall, 100 patients (49 males and 51 females) were enrolled in this study. Moderate myopia had the highest frequency in both eyes. The results of the T-test revealed that no significant difference was observed in the mean corneal thickness measured by Pentacam between the two genders (P=0.18 in the right eye and P=0.32 in the left eye). Based on the ANOVA findings, the mean corneal thickness measured by Pentacam was not significantly different among the myopia categories (P=0.05 in the right eye and P=0.51 in the left eye)
  • Conclusions: The study results revealed that there was no significant relationship between myopia and gender with corneal thickness.

Seyed Abbas Hosseinirad, Malihe Nikandish, Armin Forghani,
Volume 10, Issue 4 (12-2022)

  • Introduction: Blepharitis, chronic inflammation of the eyelid, is one of the most common eye diseases that involve eyelashes, parotid glands, and apocrine. The most important symptoms of blepharitis are burning and irritation of the eyes, which are more severe in the morning. Azithromycin 1% solution is a new therapeutic method for treating blepharitis, which has recently entered Iran. The purpose of this study was to compare the treatment of 1% azithromycin eye drops and erythromycin topical ointment on the symptoms and signs of blepharitis.
  • Method: In this clinical trial study, 98 patients with posterior blepharitis referred to the ophthalmology clinic of Razi Hospital in Birjand in 2020 and 2021 were studied based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. Patients were randomly divided into two groups receiving erythromycin and 1% azithromycin by the blocking method. A two-part questionnaire was completed for the patients before and after the intervention. In the first part of the questionnaire, the demographic information of the patients and the signs and symptoms of the disease, including the degree of dry eyes, redness and swelling of the eyes, itchy eyes, and in the second part, the standard Ocular Surface Disease Index questionnaire was completed by self-declaration. The SMTube test was also performed by the project manager for the patients. The intensity of color sensitivity was checked and recorded by an eye specialist. After collecting the data, they were entered into SPSS software )Version 18) and analyzed by independent T, Mann-Whitney, paired t, Chi-Square and Fisher's exact test at the significance level less than 5%.
  • Results: Out of a total of 98 patients, 52 patients (53.1%) were female. At the beginning of the study, there was no significant difference between the average OSDI index, staining intensity and SMTube, and at the end of the study, there was no significant difference between the two groups (P>0.05).
  • Conclusion: Based on the results of the present study, the efficacy of azithromycin eye drops in the patients was the same as the efficacy of topical erythromycin ointment in patients with posterior blepharitis.

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