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Tractional RD Threatening or Involving the Macula

Tractional RD Threatening or Involving the Macula

Tractional RD threatening or involving the macula .Vitrectomy is always combined with internal panretinal photocoagulation to prevent postoperative neovascularization that may cause vitreous haemorrhage or rubeosis iridis. Extramacular tractional RD may be observed without surgery because, in many cases, it remains stationary for a long time provided proliferative retinopathy has been controled Source: Ophthalmology Notes Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Tractional RD Threatening ... Read More »

Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy Venous Beading

Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy Venous Beading

Venous beading (arrows) in a case of proliferative diabetic retinopathy. Source: Ophthalmology Notes Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases)  proliferative diabetic retinopathy. Read More »

Vogt Koyanagi Harada Syndrome Fundus Angiography

Vogt Koyanagi Harada Syndrome

Vogt Koyanagi Harada Syndrome Fundus Fluorescein Angiography showing pooling of dye in the subretinal space in the late stage Source: Ophthalmology Notes Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Vogt Koyanagi Harada Syndrome Fundus Angiography Read More »

Retinal Drusen OCT

Retinal Drusen

OCT image showing RPE-CC modulation (asuggestive of drusen) Source: Ophthalmology Notes Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Retinal Drusen OCT Read More »

Classic Choroidal Neovascularization OCT

Classic Choroidal Neovascularization OCT

Classic choroidal neovascularization  and associated intra-retinal cystic changes Source: Ophthalmology Notes Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Classic Choroidal Neovascularization OCT Read More »

Retinal Racemose Hemangioma Notes

Retinal Racemose Hemangioma

Racemose Hemangioma Retinal racemose hemangioma is a congenital vascular malformation in which some or all of the retinal vessels are dilated, often to the point that the arterial system cannot be distinguished from the venous system. If the hemangioma is extrafoveal then visual acuity could be normal, but for those with foveal involvement, visual acuity is typically poor. This tumor can ... Read More »

Active Harada disease

Harada disease

Active Harada disease. (A) Multifocal serous retinal detachments; (B) FA venous shows multiple hyperfluorescent spots; (C) late phase shows extensive areas of hyperfluorescence due to pooling of dye under the serous detachments Source: Ophthalmology Notes Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Active Harada disease Read More »

Epiretinal Membranes

Epiretinal Membranes

Epiretinal Membranes Epiretinal membranes are caused by glial proliferation and contracture on the surface of the retina Source: Ophthalmology Notes Epiretinal Membranes Read More »

Macular Hole Successful Closure

Macular Hole Successful Closure

Macular Hole Successful Closure Successful closure of this macular hole after pars plana vitrectomy with ILM peeling and intraocular gas tamponade. There is a return to a relatively normal foveal anatomy Source: Ophthalmology Notes Macular Hole Successful Closure Read More »

Diabetic Tractional Detachment of the Macula

Diabetic Tractional Detachment of the Macula

(a)Diabetic tractional detachment of the macula. There is a thick fibrovascular membrane lying on the surface of the macula causing a tractional detachment with accumulation of a large amount of intraretinal edema. (b)Following pars plana vitrectomy with membrane peeling there is a return to a more normal macular architecture. There is still a large amount of cystic intraretinal edema present ... Read More »

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