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Goniotomy Glaucoma Surgery Videos

Goniotomy Glaucoma Surgery Video

Goniotomy Glaucoma Surgery A goniotomy is a surgical procedure primarily used to treat congenital glaucoma, first described in 1938. It is caused by a developmental arrest of some of the structures within the anterior (front) segment of the eye. These structures include the iris and the ciliary body, which produces the aqueous fluid needed to maintain the integrity of the ... Read More »

Glaucoma Trabeculectomy Surgery Videos

Glaucoma Trabeculectomy Surgery Video

Glaucoma Trabeculectomy Surgery Video Trabeculectomy, also called Filtration Surgery, is a surgical procedure performed for treatment of glaucoma. The treatment involves removing part of the trabecular meshwork and creating a new escape route for the aqueous humor. When successful, it allows the aqueous fluid to drain from the eye into an area underneath the conjunctiva where it is subsequently absorbed ... Read More »

Trabeculotomy Glaucoma Surgery Video

Trabeculotomy Glaucoma Surgery

Trabeculotomy Glaucoma Surgery This video presentation aims at explaining the technique and pitfalls of trabeculotomy. It is meant for Ophthalmology Residents and Fellows interested in surgery for congenital glaucoma. . Source: Medical videos – Free Medical video Trabeculotomy Glaucoma Surgery Read More »

Kestenbaum’s rule (Strength of reading plus lens)

Kestenbaum’s rule (Strength of reading plus lens)

Kestenbaum’s rule (Strength of reading plus lens) Kestenbaum’s rule: used to estimate strength of plus lens required to read newspaper print without accommodation Add power = reciprocal of best distance acuity Reciprocal of add power = working distance (in meters)Example: 20/80 vision; add = 80/20 = +4.00 D; working distance = 1/4 (0.25 m) Source: Review of Ophthalmolgy Book Ophthalmology ... Read More »

Rizzuti’s sign ( Keratoconnus )

Rizzuti's sign ( Keratoconnus )

Rizzuti’s sign ( Keratoconnus ) By Dr.Adeel Sheikh spot diagnosis?? By Dr.Daniel Mittasch PMD or KC ….Corneal topography would be better to determine the right diagnosis….I can see just Rizutti’s sign closer to nasal limbus.. Source: Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Rizzuti’s sign ( Keratoconnus ) Read More »

Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis ( PUK )

Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis ( PUK )

Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis ( PUK ) By Dr.Fedele Russo Diagnosis and menagment?   By Dr.Abdallah Hammour PUK FOR DD   Source: Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis ( PUK ) Read More »

Trantas dot with Allergic conjunctivitis

Trantas dot with Allergic conjunctivitis

Trantas dot with Allergic conjunctivitis By Dr.Syed Kefayet Ullah Spot diagnosis and Treatment. …. ? Source: Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Trantas dot with Allergic conjunctivitis Read More »

Synchysis scintillans Vs Asteroid Hyalosis

Synchysis scintillans Vs Asteroid Hyalosis

Synchysis scintillans Vs Asteroid Hyalosis By Dr.Ahmed Omara Hope it is helpful   Synchysis scintillans is a degenerative condition of the eye seen uncommonly in dogs, resulting in liquefied vitreous humor and the accumulation of cholesterol crystals within the vitreous. It is also known as cholesterolosis bulbi. The vitreous liquifies in a process known as syneresis. Synchysis scintillans appears as ... Read More »

Myelinated Optic nerve

Myelinated Optic nerve

Myelinated Optic nerve By Dr.Santosh Kumar 47 years old male patient came for genaral checkup.. NO H/O- GLASSES, HTN,DM, RE4/60 -4/-2.5*90 6/9 LE4/60 -4/-1.50*70 6/9. Diagnosis and Treatment ? Source: Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Myelinated Optic nerve Read More »

Vitreomacular Traction with Impending Macular Hole

Vitreomacular Traction with Impending Macular Hole

Vitreomacular Traction with Impending Macular Hole By Dr.Henry Reis 65yo Japanese female, VA 20/60- sudden onset. What’s your diagnosis? Source: Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Vitreomacular Traction with Impending Macular Hole Read More »

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