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Bacterial infections of the eye are common and ophthalmologists are spoilt for choice with a variety of antibiotics available in the market. Antibiotics can be administered in the eye by a number of routes; topical, subconjunctival, subtenon and intraocular. Apart from a gamut of eye drops available, ophthalmologists also have the option of preparing fortified eye drops from parenteral formulations, thereby, achieving high concentrations; often much above the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC), of antibiotics in ocular tissues during therapy. Antibiotic resistance among ocular pathogens is increasing in parallel with the increase seen over the years in bacteria associated with systemic infections. Although it is believed that the rise in resistant ocular bacterial isolates is linked to the rise in resistant systemic pathogens, rece...
Three members of an Indian family with facio scapulohumeral dystrophy (FSHD linked to chromosome 4q35 with short EcoR1 segment of 23 Kb are reported where two male adults had schizophrenia. One family member developed isolated facial weakness with mild mental retardation. This genetically proven FSHD family is reported because of its uncommon associations.
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