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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Comparison of the akinetic properties of subtenon’s with peribulbar anaesthesia among cataract patients in Nigeria.
2.  Orbital cellulitis in Ibadan, South-Western Nigeria: a 7-year prospective study
3.  TO STUDY CENTRAL CORNEAL THICKNESS(CCT) BEFORE AND AFTER SMALL INCISION CATARACT SURGERY(SICS) AND PHACOEMULSIFICATION SURGERY
4.  Comparison of One Site and Two Site Peribulbar Anaesthesia for Cataract Surgery in Nigerian Subjects: A Randomised, Controlled Trial
5.  Orbital cellulitis in a tertiary institution in Nigeria: Improving Outcomes
6.  PREVALENCE AND CAUSES OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT AMONG TEACHERS IN ONITSHA, NIGERIA.
7.  THE EFFECT OF POVIDONE-IODINE ON NORMAL BACTERIA CONJUNCTIVAL FLORA IN ADULT PATIENTS IN ONITSHA NIGERIA
8.  Indications For Cranial Computed Tomography Scan In Ophthalmology- Experience At A Tertiary Hospital In Southern Nigeria
9.  Phacoemulsification: Practice and Barriers in Nigeria
10.  Pterygium Surgery With Fibrin Glue : A Clinical Study in Nigeria
11.  Long-term Outcome of Trabeculectomy with and without Small Incision Cataract Surgery at a Tertiary Eye Hospital in Northern Nigeria
CASE REPORT
1.  Severe Sympathetic Ophthalmia following Evisceration of a Perforated Staphylomatous Globe
2.  Arachnoid cyst and acquired isolated third nerve palsy in a child- causal or incidental?
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Should glaucoma be public funded in Nigeria? Arguments against funding glaucoma treatment and Rebuttal
2.  Should glaucoma be public funded in Nigeria? Resource Allocation and Justice Arguments for funding glaucoma treatment
3.  ACUTE INVASIVE FUNGAL RHINOSINUSITIS WITH ORBITAL ABSCESS (RHINO-ORBITAL MUCORMYCOSIS) – A CASE STUDY.
4.  Should glaucoma be public funded in Nigeria? Harms of glaucoma and Arguments for funding glaucoma treatment