Journal article Open Access
Dr. Muiz Ilahi, Dr. MahRukh Khawar, Dr. Muhammad Imran
Objective: The objective of this researches is to investigate the consequences of larium on the pictorial complaint.
Victims and methods: Pictorial field (VF) were taken to conclude the ophthalmic condition and the research confirmed 67 victims with weekly larium treatment (for malaria prevention) for 1 year. Pictorial insight, intraocular pressure (IOP), dilated posterior section.
Results: The average age of cases is 43.58 (84.05%) are men and 11 (15.94%) are women. Two of 69 victims had Pictorial insight pain and slight smearing. However, none of the shield’s changes in the retina, VF, fundus and anterior or posterior section.
Conclusion: In addition, more research is needed to assess the increased risk of long-term use. There is no risk of blindness after treatment with larium for 1 year.
Key words: Antimalarial Medicines, Retinal Toxicity, Larium, Presbyopia.