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  • Multiple Retinal Lesions Secondary to Blunt Trauma

    Jun 19 2018 by Somnath Chakraborty, MD

    A montage of the right eye of a 15-year-old boy, who was struck by a football. The image shows multiple choroidal ruptures in the macular area, with sub-retinal blood and multiple, large retinal tears temporally. There is also an area of juxtapapillary, pigmentary changes.

    Photographer: Saptarshi Mehta, Retina Institute of Bengal

    Condition/keywords: blunt trauma, choroidal rupture, giant tear, subretinal hemorrhage

  • Central Retinal Artery Occlusion

    Aug 28 2018 by Gabriela Lopezcarasa Hernandez, MD

    35-year-old women with CRAO and vasculitis due to systemic lupus.

    Photographer: MARCO ANTONIO SAUZA CASTILLEJOS M.D., MEXICO.

    Condition/keywords: central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO), vasculitis

  • Branch Retinal Artery Occlusion With Calcium Embolus at the Disc - Fundus Photo

    Apr 7 2018 by Rameez N Hussain, MD

    Acute retinal artery occlusion with a calcium embolus at the disc and retinal whitening.

    Photographer: DR RAMEEZ N HUSSAIN

    Imaging device: zeiss

    Condition/keywords: branch retinal artery occlusion (BRAO), embolus, fundus photograph, retinal edema

  • Dislocated IOL in Vitreous Cavity

    Apr 17 2018 by S. Natarajan, MD

    Fundus photograph of an 61-year-old male with dislocated IOL in vitreous cavity.

    Photographer: Ashwini Borde

    Imaging device: Carl Zeiss 450 plus IR

    Condition/keywords: dislocated intraocular lens (IOL)

  • Morning Glory Syndrome Left Eye

    Apr 17 2018 by Eliot Bergandine

    Fundus photo of a 42-year-old male with Morning Glory optic disc anomaly.

    Photographer: Eliot Bergandine

    Imaging device: Canon CR2

    Condition/keywords: Morning Glory Syndrome

  • Epiretinal Membrane

    Jun 1 2018 by vitor borges porfirio pereira pereira

    Epiretinal membrane by multicolor

    Photographer: Marcos Avila, CBV Hospital de Olhos, Brasilia

    Condition/keywords: epiretinal membrane (ERM)

  • Subhyloid Hemorrhage, Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

    May 31 2018 by awaneesh m upadhyay, MBBS, DNB

    Right eye fundus photography of a 63-year-old male came with sudden onset defective vision with history of laser photocoagulation done for proliferative diabetic retinopathy.

    Photographer: Dr Awaneesh Upadhyay

    Condition/keywords: laser photocoagulation, proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR), subhyaloid hemorrhage

  • Presumed Ocular Histoplasmosis Syndrome

    May 3 2018 by Nichole Lewis

    39-year-old female with presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome. Patient presented with vision of 20/200 in 10/2014. Vision CF @ 1 ft on 7/2015. Right eye vision is 20/20.

    Photographer: Nichole Lewis

    Condition/keywords: ocular histoplasmosis syndrome (OHS), presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome (POHS)

  • Giant Retinal Tear

    May 1 2018 by Talia R Kaden, MD

    Fundus Photograph of the right eye of a 51-year-old taxi driver with a newly lasered giant retinal tear. He had a history of a retinal detachment from a giant retinal tear in his left eye.

    Photographer: Maria Pei, Bellevue Hospital, New York University, NY

    Imaging device: Topcon TRC 501x

    Condition/keywords: barrier laser, fresh laser burns, giant tear

  • Valsalva Retinopathy

    Apr 6 2018 by Jun Dong Dong

    A 45-year-old male with no definite history of activities which can suddenly increase the intrathoracic pressure refused the laser treatment and chose the observation.

    Photographer: Jun Dong, Shanghai Aier Eye Hospital

    Condition/keywords: subhyaloid hemorrhage

  • Submacular Hemorrhage

    Apr 24 2018 by Pauline T. Merrill, MD

    Fundus photo of left eye of a 65-year-old AMD patient who presented with sudden drop of vision from 20/30 to CF due to a large submacular hemorrhage, 7 months following her last Eylea injection. She underwent immediate injection of C3F8 in the office, with little effect. 10 days later vitrectomy with subretinal tPA and air-fluid exchange was performed, with successful displacement of the hemorrhage.

    Photographer: Ermelinda Diaz, Illinois Retina Associates, Chicago, Illinois

    Imaging device: Topcon 50DX

    Condition/keywords: neovascular age-related macular degeneration (AMD), submacular hemorrhage

  • Coats' Disease

    Apr 27 2018 by Brenda Fallas

    3-year-old boy with unilateral Coats' Disease fundus photo.

    Photographer: Brenda Fallas, Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Miami, FL

    Imaging device: Retcam III 130 degree lens

    Condition/keywords: Coats' disease, color fundus photograph, retinal telangiectasia

  • Bear Tracks

    Apr 27 2018 by Giselle DeOliveira

    Fundus Montage photograph of 13-year-old girl.

    Photographer: Giselle DeOliveira, University of Miami , Bascom Palmer Eye Institute

    Condition/keywords: bear tracks

  • Wyburn-Mason Fluorescein Angiography

    Apr 29 2018 by Sarina M Amin, MD

    Wide-field fluorescein angiography of a 32-year-old woman with Wyburn-Mason syndrome showing temporal periphery capillary nonperfusion.

    Photographer: Sarah Ellano, Retinal Consultants of Arizona, Phoenix, Arizona

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: Wyburn-Mason

  • Intravitreal Cysticercosis With Full Thickness Macular Hole

    Apr 30 2018 by Vishal Agrawal, MD,FRCS

    Fundus montage picture of a 40-year-old man presenting with decreased vision in the right eye for the past 2 months. Live intravitreal cysticercosis can be seen lying on the retina. Zooming the image reveals the full thickness macular hole. The scolex invaginates with the light of the camera causing double image of the cyst because of movement .

    Photographer: Vishal Agrawal MD,FRCS

    Imaging device: Zeiss 524

    Condition/keywords: cysticercosis, full thickness macular hole

  • Capillary Nonperfusion

    Apr 12 2018 by SUSHIL BHATT

    OPTOS ultra wide field angiogram of an 45 years old diabetic male patient shows capillary nonperfusion areas with inadequate laser.

    Photographer: Bhatt Sushil PGIMER chandigarh INDIA

    Imaging device: OPTOS Ultra wide Field

    Condition/keywords: capillary nonperfusion

  • Bullous RD With Dislocated Lens

    Apr 3 2018 by Navneet Mehrotra, DNB

    Dislocated clear lens and associated retinal detachment in a young patient with Marfan's syndrome.

    Photographer: Navneet Mehrotra

    Imaging device: Sony 3 chip camera

    Condition/keywords: dislocated crystalline lens, Marfan's syndrome, retinal detachment

  • Commotio Retinae with Retinal Hemorrhages

    Mar 27 2018 by Nichole Lewis

    14-year-old male hit in the right eye with a stick. Commotio Retinae with retinal hemorrhages and peripapillary hemorrhage.

    Photographer: Nichole Lewis

    Condition/keywords: commotio retinae, peripapillary hemorrhage, retinal hemorrhage

  • Optic Disc Coloboma`

    Mar 26 2018 by Purva Patwari

    16-year-old female patient with vision of 6/60 presented with diminished vison. Other eye was normal.She had a normal birth history and developmental milestone. Look at the optic disc coloboma extending upto the macula. Intercalary membrane looks normal.

    Photographer: Dr Purva Patwari, Patwari Retina Center, Ahmedabad, Gujarat , India

    Imaging device: ZEISS VISU 500

    Condition/keywords: coloboma, coloboma of optic disc, optic disc

  • Ocular Metastasis of Breast Cancer

    Mar 13 2018 by Olivia Rainey

    Color fundus montage of a 45-year-old female presenting with ocular metastasis affecting her left eye. She had been treated for pneumonia, had progressive lumbar back pain, and a 29 pound weight loss recently. She reported that she had a breast lump and a mammogram, but had not been provided the results. After she was sent to oncology, it was confirmed that she has widely metastatic breast cancer and tumors throughout the brain. The oncology team felt she could not wait weeks for her chemotherapy to start and consequently decided to do whole brain radiation and treat the affected eye just posterior to the lens.

    Photographer: Olivia Rainey

    Imaging device: Topcon DX50

    Condition/keywords: breast cancer, choroidal metastasis, color fundus photograph, exudative detachment, left eye, lipid exudation, montage

  • Retinal Detachment

    Feb 17 2018 by JEFFERSON R SOUSA

    A 42-year-old patient complained of low vision in the left eye. In retinal mapping and background color photography, extensive retinal detachment was observed.

    Photographer: JEFFERSON R SOUSA - Study Center and Ophthalmological Research Dr. Andre M V Gomes, Institute Dr. Suel Abujamra São Paulo-Brazil

    Imaging device: Fundus camera Topcon TRC-50 DX, Imaginet 5.0, angle de 50 graus. Flash 36 / Mosaic with 10 images.

    Condition/keywords: retinal detachment

  • Susac's Syndrome

    Feb 13 2018 by John S. King, MD

    Background: 46-year-old WF with CML (stable on Sprycel) saw her PCP for headaches without known cause; Headaches worsened and became confused, disoriented, off balance, and impaired short term memory. Heme-oncology ordered MRI that showed abnormal signal in the cerebellum and other parts of the brain, and LP has elevated protein. LP did show positive tau test, but fortunately, was a false positive for CJD. IV and PO steroids started and symptoms improved. MRI showed much improvement one month since starting steroids. 3 weeks later had a scotoma in right eye and eye doctor did not find anything at that time to cause it. Tinnitus developed (and some intermittent vertigo before that) and ENT referred back to eye doctor, who then referred the patient to Dr. Zocchi. He found a CWS and BRAO OD, and bilateral arteritis. She had some additional work-up for vasculitis. Given the retinal arteritis, cochlear issues, and MRI findings, Dr.Zocchi suspected Susac's Syndrome. She was started on multiple regimens including prednisone, IVIG, azathiprine, and MTX, and has had the best reponse to IVIG (FA shows a recurrence/worsening while adjusting IMT). She is stable and doing well with 20/20 vision in both eyes.

    Imaging device: Topcon

    Condition/keywords: retinal vasculitis, Susac's syndrome

  • Multiple Myeloma with Cytomegalovirus Retinitis

    Apr 5 2018 by Kim Barrett

    Ultra-wide field fluorescein angiogram of a 77-year-old male with multiple myeloma. Patient's angiogram presented significant peripheral retinal ischemia and cystoid macular edema. Patient tested positive for polymerase chain reaction, confirming cytomegalovirus retinitis. Patient is being treated with intravitreal ganciclovir and his current vision is 20/200.

    Photographer: Kim Barrett, COA

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: cystoid macular edema (CME), cytomegalovirus (CMV), fluorescein angiogram (FA), fluorescein leakage, intravitreal ganciclovir, multiple myeloma, peripheral ischemia, positive polymerase chain reaction (PCR), right eye, ultra-wide field imaging

  • Valsalva Retinopathy

    Apr 5 2018 by Mohamed Tawfik

    Fundus photography of 30-year-old male presented with sudden drop of vision .. diagnosed as valsalva retinopathy .. we do YAG hylodotomy ... vision is improved from HM to 1.0.

    Photographer: Mohamed A.Tawfik MD,FRCSed

    Condition/keywords: valsalva retinopathy

  • Commotio Post-Blunt Trauma

    Apr 3 2018 by Paulo Bueno

    Fundus photograph of an 35-year-old man with commotio retinae after indoor soccer ball blunt trauma.

    Photographer: Paulo Bueno, Taubaté, Brazil.

    Imaging device: Zeiss Visucam

    Condition/keywords: blunt trauma, commotio retinae