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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Evaluation of Traumatic Wound DehiscenceafterKeratoplasty
2.  Frontalis Muscle Sling by Non Incisional Threading in Severe Blepharoptosis (A novel technique)
3.  Comparative study between the efficacy of photodynamic therapy using BCECF-AM and mitomycin C in controlling post operative fibrosis in a rabbit model of subscleral trabeculectomy
4.  : COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN DALK USING BIG-BUBBLE TECHNIQUE AND PENETRATING KERATOPLASTY IN CORNEAL STROMAL OPACITIES
5.  Graded Recession With Or Without Anterior Transposition Of The Inferior Oblique Muscle For Treatment Of Unilateral Congenital Superior Oblique Palsy.
6.  A Study of Binocular Fusion when adaptating to different Wavelengths
7.  Title: Pars Plana Vitrectomy with Internal Limiting Membrane Peeling in Optic Disc Pit Maculopathy
8.  Does photorefractive Keratectomy with mitomycin results in less weakening effect on corneal biomechanics compared to thin-flap-lasik procedure in mild to high myopia?;an ORA study
9.  Comparison between Corrected Intraocular Pressure Using Contact versus Non-Contact Methods in Glaucoma Patients
10.  Evaluation of type 2 Diabetes Mellitus effect on human cornea using Specular Microscopy and Pentacam corneal tomography
11.  Correlation between Central Corneal Thickness and Axial Errors of Refraction
12.  Assessment of corneal endothelial cell changes caused by Mitomycin-C application during pterygium surgery.
CASE REPORT
1.  Bilateral duanes syndrome with keratoconus; a rare association