Ropilah Binti Abdul Rahman, Assoc. Prof. Dr.

Ropilah Binti Abdul Rahman, Assoc. Prof. Dr.

 

This page provides access to research works by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ropilah Binti Abdul Rahman, currently a Lecturer of Kulliyyah of Medicine and Health Sciences, UniSHAMS.

E-Mail : drropilah@unishmas.edu.my


Expertise :

Opthalmologi


Education :

i. MD, Universitas Indonesia

ii. Master of Surgery Ophthalmology


Awards :

i. Penghargaan Perkhidmatan Cemerlang 2016

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  • Haizul Ikhwan M., Dr.; Faridah Hanum A., Dr.; Norshamsiah MD., Dr.; Ropilah binti Abdul Rahman, Assoc. Prof. Dr.; Sabrizan O., Dr.; Hazlita I., Dr. (Kulliyyah of Medicine & Health Sciences, (UniSHAMS)., 2018-06)
    The primary cause of visual loss in diabetic retinopathy (DR) is macular edema. Predicting the occurrence of diabetic macular edema may allow institution of early treatment in diabetic patients. A prospective observational ...
  • Muhammad Najmi K., Dr.; Aida Zairani MZ., Dr.; Norshamsiah MD., Dr.; Ropilah binti Abdul Rahman, Assoc. Prof. Dr. (Kulliyyah of Medicine & Health Sciences, (UniSHAMS)., 2018-06)
    We reported a case of a 42 days old baby girl who was diagnosed with bilateral acute retinal necrosis with tractional retinal detachment. She was earlier diagnosed to have disseminated Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) type 2 ...
  • New Swe Hui, Dr.; Norshamsiah Md Din, Dr.; Ropilah binti Abdul Rahman, Assoc. Prof. Dr.; Suresh Kumar Vasudevan, Dr. (Kulliyyah of Medicine and Health Sciences, KUIN., 2017-06)
    Vernal keratoconjunctivitis (VKC) is a severe form of ocular allergy that affects primarily children and young adults living in areas with warm climates. While VKC is self-limiting, chronic forms in Asian eyes may be at ...
  • Nur Aqilah S., Dr.; Norshamsiah binti Md Din, Dr.; Mazaya binti Mahmud, Dr.; Ling Teik June, Dr.; Ropilah binti Abdul Rahman, Assoc. Prof. Dr.; Othmaliza binti Othman, Dr. (Kulliyyah of Medicine and Health Sciences, KUIN., 2017-06)
    Phacoemulsification in patients who are unable to lie flat can be challenging for ophthalmic surgeons. Difficulty in positioning the head can lead to inadequate surgical exposure, and awkward position of the body may lead ...
  • Hanisah AH, Dr.; Hazlita MI, Dr.; Ami M., Dr.; Mushawiathi M., Dr.; Ropilah binti Abdul Rahman, Assoc. Prof. Dr. (Kulliyyah of Medicine and Health Sciences, KUIN., 2016-06)
    A healthy, 26-year-old Chinese gentleman presented with sudden onset of reduced vision in the right eye associated with floaters. He claimed to be lethargic for the past three weeks prior to presentation. There was no ...