Volume 5 Issue 1
Prevalence of Manifest Hyperopia among High School Students in a Ghanaian Metropolis: A Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study
David Ben Kumah*, Dominic Owusu, Eugene Appenteng Osae, Emmanuel Ankamah, Reynolds Kwame Ablordeppey
Hyperopia synonymous to “hypermetropia” and “farsightedness” is an anomalous refractive condition of the eye in which light rays entering the eye converge at a point behind the retina, with accommodation fully relaxed. In other words, images of objects are not brought to a sharp focus on the retina but behind the retina. This invariably leads to blurred vision. In some cases, persons suffering from hyperopia (called “hyperopes”) have a better distance than near visual acuity.
25 gauge Chandelier Illumination-Assisted Scleral Buckling: A Retrospective Study
Hui Li#, Zhen Zhang#, Xiaoqiang Liu, Hao Wang, Chunlei Xie, Xinrui Gao, Fang Wang*
Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment (RRD) is the most common retinological emergency which may resulted in blindness without treatment. The treatment strategy on the primary RRD mainly includes Scleral buckling (SB) surgery and pars plana vitrectomy (PPV). Compared with PPV, SB surgery has unique advantages such as reducing the risk of cataract formation, faster visual rehabilitation and decreasing the incidence of proliferative vitreoretinopathy.