Items where Subject is "RE Ophthalmology"

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AIYUB, DR. SHEREEN SHABINA (2012) PATTERN OF ETIOLOGIC AGENTS AND SENSITIVITIES FOR MICROBIAL KERATITIS AT CWM HOSPITAL, FIJI A 4 YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. Masters thesis, Fiji National University.

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MARCHESA LY, ANDRONICO (2019) Outcome of Intravitreal Bevacizumab (Avastin®) vs Triamcinolone in Treating Diabetic Macular Edema. A Retrospective Study. Masters thesis, Fiji National University.

MATAKA, DUKE SAMOA SISITOUTAi (2018) THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MICROPULSE LASER IN THE TREATMENT OF DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA AT PACIFIC EYE INSTITUTE, SUVA FIJI FROM FEBRUARY 2016 TO NOVEMBER 2017 Research. Masters thesis, Fiji National University.

MURTI RAJ, ASHNA ANURAGNI (2019) DIFFERENCE IN CENTRAL CORNEAL THICKNESSES IN I-TAUKEI AND FIJIANS OF INDIAN DESCENT : AN INDICATOR BASELINE STUDY AT THE PACIFIC EYE INSTITUTE JUNE – JULY 2019. Masters thesis, Fiji National University.

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POLOSO, CAROLE PITAPAPELE (2019) OUTCOME OF PTERYGIUM EXCISION AND CONJUNCTIVAL AUTOGRAFT TECHNIQUE AT THE PACIFIC EYE INSTITUTE, SUVA, FIJI. A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY. Masters thesis, Fiji National University.

POSALA, CLAUDE (2012) A STUDY TO DETERMINE SURGICALLY INDUCED ASTIGMATISM (SIA) BY SUPERIOR MANUAL SMALL INCISION CATARACT SURGERY IN A SELECTED GROUP OF CATARACT PATIENTS AT THE PACIFIC EYE INSTITUTE AND COLONIAL WAR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, FIJI. Masters thesis, Fiji National University.

POSALA, CLAUDE (2012) A STUDY TO DETERMINE SURGICALLY INDUCED ASTIGMATISM (SIA) BY SUPERIOR MANUAL SMALL INCISION CATARACT SURGERY IN A SELECTED GROUP OF CATARACT PATIENTS AT THE PACIFIC EYE INSTITUTE AND COLONIAL WAR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, FIJI. Masters thesis, Fiji National University.

Pikacha, Nola (2013) Audit of cataract surgical outcomes: The cataract surgery learning curve of a trainee Ophthalmologist, Pacific Eye Institute. Masters thesis, College of Medicine Nursing and Health Science.

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