DEPARTMENT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY UNIT-II

Prof.Ch. Javed Iqbal
MBBS, MCPS, FCPS, Fellowship in Vitreo-Retina

 Professor/HOD
Contact Number: 03334311146
Email: drj4eye@yahoo.com

Prof. Ch. Javed Iqbal 

INTRODUCTION OF DEPARTMENT

  Mayo hospital was established in 1871. Eye and ENT department were created in the early 20th century. Eye department was separated from ENT department in 1948. Eye unit II was established in 1978 currently headed by Prof. Ch. Javed Iqbal. Institute of ophthalmology was established in 1981. It has 168 beds and facilities involving glaucoma, vitreo-retina, squint, pediatric ophthalmology, Laser facilities, refraction, pathology lab and conference room for CME.
Eye unit II is providing health care to the patients in the form of surgery, diagnostic, vitro-retinal diseases and pediatric ophthalmology department. Eye unit II also takes keen interest in providing education to the undergraduate and Post graduate students.

OBJECTIVES AND GOALS

Service to humanity with a commitment for excellence in medical education and research, providing under and post graduates with state of the art knowledge, skills and attitude to deliver the highest standard of health care to the people and to treat and rehabilitate the patients

FACULTY

List of Faculty Members

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Name Qualification

Designation

Contact Information

Email

Phone

1 Prof. Ch. Javed Iqbal MBBS, MCPS, FCPS, Fellowship in Vitreoretina  Professor & HOD
2 Dr. Qunbar Abbas MBBS, DOMS, FCPS Senior Registrar
3 Dr. M. Salman Hamza MBBS, FCPS Senior Registrar
4 Dr. Irfan Muslim MBBS, FCPS Registrar
EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
  • Programs administrated regularly for FCPS, MS, MCPS, FRCS, DOMS, undergraduates and Allied Vision Science students
  • Under Graduate:
    • OPD, Clincal teaching including interactive session and case discussion
    • Operation Theater Teaching
    • Bed side teaching in ward
  • Post Graduates
    • OPD, Case presentation and discussion including counselling, treatment planning and rehabilitation
    • Bed side discussion in ward
    • Surgical training in OT
    • Multimedia Presentation by residents twice weekly in state of the art conference room
    • Monthly journal club
    • Learning resource in form of library and e-library of residents
    • Weekly surgical audit
    • Research work training in research cell specially established in the unit
RESEARCH

Ongoing projects

  1. Visual outcome after management in penetrating ocular trauma
  2. Outcome of levator resection in ptosis
  3. Visual outcome after removal of IOFB from post segment with 3 PPP Vitrectomy
  4. Role of early lens extraction in management of primary angle closure glaucoma
  5. Ocular surface reconstruction for management of ocular complications of Shabir’ Syndrome
  6. Modified method of enucleation to obtain long optic nerve resections
  7. Visual outcome after pars plana vitrectomy in pseudophakic retinal detachment
  8. Role of Amniotic membrane grafting in management of Mooren’s ulcer
  9. Frequency of glaucoma in patients with retinal vein occlusion
  10. Comparison of visual improvement following intravitreal triamcinolone acetinode versus intravitreal bevacizumab in the treatment of clinical significant diabetic macular oedema

Publications

  1. Comparison of results after conventional retinal detachment surgery with subretinal fluid drainage versus non drainage
  2. Absorption of subretinal fluid under macula after scleral buckling surgery for retinal detachment on OCT
  3. Comparison of Timolol alone with fix combination of latanoprost/ timolol to control intraocular pressure in POAG
  4. Outcome of external DCR with and without mitomycin C in young patients
  5. Grafting of Autologous Fascia Lata in the Treatment of Perforated Mooren’s Ulcer Comparison of IOP alterations following 2mg & 4mg Intravitreal Trimcinolone Acetonide (IVTA) in Clinically Significant Macular Edema (CSME)
  6. Comparison of Success of Phaco-trabeculectomy versus Trabeculectomy in the Treatment of Primary Angle Closure Glaucoma (PACG) Frequency of Ocular Findings in Patients of Xeroderma Pigmentosum presenting in Eye Department
  7. Comparison of effect on IOP after 2 mg versus 4 mg intravitreal triamcinolone in the treatment of Diabetic clinical significant macular oedema
HEALTH SERVICES / STATE OF ART FACILITIES
  • We are providing diagnostic and therapeutic facilities to treat ailing humanity.
  • Diagnostic facilities include FFA, OCT, HRT, ERG, Specular biomicroscopy, A-scan/B scan ultrasonography, Visual Field examination and orthoptic assessment
  • Surgical and Medical Management of general ophthalmology diseases, glaucoma, vitreo-retina, squint, pediatric ophthalmology.
  • Laser facilities, refraction, pathology lab
  • Providing consultation to the sister departments of the hospital.