Conjunctival inclusion cyst By Dr.Hassan Sorour Young female.. 9 month after squint surgery Causes. ..?.. management By Dr.Victor Ezebuiroh Conjunctival inclusion cyst. It should be surgically repaired. By Dr.Mohammad Ibrahim Salem DDx :prolapsed orbital fat, pyogenic granuloma, retention cyst, or FB granuloma Conjunctival cysts may be congenital or acquired. A common cause of acquired conjunctival inclusion cysts is the ... Read More »
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Diabetic macular oedema is the most common cause of visual impairment in diabetic patients, particul...
Roles of Glaucomatous Optic Disc Diagnosis Primary open angle glaucoma is a common eye disease chara...
Anterior Chamber granuloma By Dr.Gehad Elnahri AC granuloma on topical steroids/cycloplegics for 3 w...
Albinism, Ocular, Type I (Nettleship–Falls-Type Albinism) -Hypopigmented fundus characteristics of t...
Blue dot congenital cataract By Dr.Abu Ali Kalani Spot Diagnosis and management?? By Dr.Dr-Axmed Xal...
Blue dot congenital cataract By Dr.Abu Ali Kalani Spot Diagnosis and management?? By Dr.Dr-Axmed Xalaal blue dot congenital cataract. if not visually significant no treatment required except for close observation. By Dr.Soha Mohamed Blue dot cataract , if don’t affect vision , nothing to be done Clinical Characteristics Ocular Features Lens opacities of tiny blue or white color generally ... Read More »
Herpes simplex lid skin infection By Dr. Rasha Al-Dulaimy 34 yrs old female, medically free, presented with multiple small painful rashes on her left upper eye lid, no history of trauma…causes and management ?? By Dr.Hussein Berjawi Herpes simplex lid skin infection, treat topically with acyclovir ointment 5 times daily, systematic acyclovir is not needed in such a case (unless ... Read More »
Post trachomatous Concretions (PTCS) By Dr.Nilesh Jaiswal 60 yr/F presented with c/o foreign body sensation in both eyes. Secretions could be expressed and cleaned by bud. .. opinion regarding diagnosis and m/m. By Dr.Shaimaa Nawar Ptcs ..treated with excision then steroids ED and oint with artificial tear drops By Dr.Tushar Patel Concretion with follicular reaction…excision with topical steroid with cover ... Read More »
Post LASIK Epithelial Ingrowth By Dr.Hoda Gabroun epith ingrowth after lasik .whats the treatment? By Dr.Mohammad Ibrahim Salem Elevate the flap and scrap with a spatula then suture to the bed,Or You can use YAG laser without flap lifting but i think it is suitable for small areas of epith ingrowth. By Dr.Mazen Sinjab In spite of the guidelines of ... Read More »
Posterior cortical cataract ( PSC ) form steroids By Dr.Gehad Elnahri Posterior cortical cataract, 3/60 BCVA and c/d ratio 0.9 from steroids in VKC A grave price for a benign disease Who’s fault? Cast your opinion?? How a cataract forms The lens, where cataracts form, is positioned behind the colored part of your eye (iris). The lens focuses light that ... Read More »
Alport syndrome anterior lenticonus The term Alport syndrome encompasses a group of inherited, heterogeneous disorders involving the basement membranes of the kidney and frequently affecting the cochlea and eye as well. Ocular manifestations Anterior lenticonus Anterior lenticonus, which occurs in approximately 25% of patients with XLAS, is the pathognomonic feature of Alport syndrome. In this condition, the lens surface protrudes ... Read More »
Anterior Chamber granuloma By Dr.Gehad Elnahri AC granuloma on topical steroids/cycloplegics for 3 weeks in an unusual 30yrs old Today we gave our recommended therapy rimactazide/flagyl for 3 weeks Lets wait and see. Uveitis is composed of a diverse group of disease entities, which in total has been estimated to cause approximately 10% of blindness. Uveitis is broadly classified ... Read More »
Operculated Retinal Tear By Dr. Ameen Marashi 35 years old complaining from floaters .What is your Diagnosis and Management? By Dr.Juan Jose Cueto Gomez Photocoagulation 3 rows around it. Is he a myope? Search for more lesions. By Dr.Danilo Iannetta Retinal tear with perilesional edema and i can see the anterior shadow in the vitreous but i can’t see if ... Read More »
Retinal Capillary Haemangioma By Dr.Ameen Marashi Young female What is your Diagnosis ? By Dr.Ahmad Ateya haemangioma By Dr.Ameen Marashi Treated by Transpupillary Thermotherapy (TTT) Photocoagulation Retinal capillary hemangiomas are usually orange red, circumscribed, round, vascular tumors supplied by a pair of dilated and tortuous feeder vessels. They are most commonly located in the temporal peripheral retina. Juxtapapillary retinal capillary hemangiomas are ... Read More »