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Age Related Macular Degeneration ( ARMD without CNVM )

Age Related Macular Degeneration ( ARMD without CNVM )

Age Related Macular Degeneration ( ARMD without CNVM ) By Dr.Ameen Marashi‎ This 73 years old patient suffers from reduced central vision Your Diagnosis and Approach? By Dr.Farhan Bashir Balroo ARMD without CNVM ( no leak on FFA)     Macular degeneration, often age-related macular degeneration (AMD or ARMD), is a medical condition that usually affects older adults and results ... Read More »

Hypertensive retinopathy with macular involvement

Hypertensive retinopathy with macular involvement

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 »

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 »

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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