Serpiginous choroidopathy By Dr. Ameen Marashi 40 years male BCVA is 6/12 OUN IOP 14-13 DDx? By Dr.Souad Abdallah Serpigious chorioret,initis, high myopia , PSOH SC is a rare clinical entity causing less than 5% of posterior uveitis cases. It has a higher prevalence in men and affects young to middle-aged adults. No systemic disease associations have been ... Read More »
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Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis ( PUK ) By Dr.Fedele Russo Diagnosis and menagment? By Dr.Abd...
Best Disease (Best Vitelliform Macular Dystrophy) -Unifocal lesion in the central macula. -Accumulat...
Acute Dacryocystitis By Dr.Ahmad Riaz Spot Diagnosis? Management? By Dr.Tablo Merza Acute dac...
(a)Patient with CME after uncomplicated extracapsular cataract extraction. Cystoid spaces are eviden...
Epiretinal Membranes Epiretinal membranes are caused by glial proliferation and contracture on the s...
Hypertensive retinopathy with macular involvement By Dr.Gehad Elnahri What are the pathological changes seen? What is the dd? By Dr.Ahmed Saleh disc edema, peripapillary hge and cotton wool spots , macular star dd hypertensive retinopathy , increased intracranial pressure , diabetic papillopathy By Dr.Anne Osariemen Omorogbe Hypertensive retinopathy with macular involvement Source: Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Hypertensive retinopathy ... Read More »
Roles of Glaucomatous Optic Disc Diagnosis Primary open angle glaucoma is a common eye disease characterized by loss of the axons of the retinal ganglion cells leading to progressive loss of vision. The site of damage to the axons is at the level of the lamina cribrosa in the optic nerve head. The mechanism of axonal loss is unknown but ... Read More »
Sturge weber syndrome By Dr.Mahamoud Saber Mahamoud Young patient Elevated IOP Disease since birth Rt optic atrophy Left cupping Heamangioma Diagnosis and Management?? By Dr.Israa Kamal: Sturge weber syndrome for goniotomy if the cornea is clear or trabeculotomy. Source: Ophthalmology Atlas(Photos of cases) Sturge weber syndrome Read More »
Retinal schisis accompanied with retinal detachment By Dr.Mominul Islam Badhon A female 25 yrs old left eye 6/36 and no h/o trauma.left eye amblyopia .this os the OCT of macular regeion .and pt has optic disc pit also in same eye. picture of left eye .diagnosis or D/D managment . By Dr.Amer Daloul It’s retinal schisis due to nerve optic ... Read More »
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 ) 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 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 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 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 »