• Intraocular Foreign Body

    Feb 7 2019 by Somnath Chakraborty, MD

    Left eye fundus photo montage of a 45-year-old male showing a large iron foreign body, impacted inferior to the infero-temporal branch vessels with a large patch of surrounding chorio-retinal atrophy, secondary to resolving Commotio retinae

    Photographer: Saptarshi Mehta

    Condition/keywords: Commotio Retinae, intraocular foreign body, trauma

  • OCT - Traumatic Full Thickness Macular Hole

    Feb 6 2019 by awaneesh m upadhyay, MBBS, DNB

    Right eye OCT image of an 8-year-old boy shows full thickness macular hole following blunt trauma of 1 week duration.

    Photographer: Awaneesh Upadhyay

    Imaging device: HEILDERBERG - HRA

    Condition/keywords: traumatic macular hole

  • Traumatic Macular Hole

    Feb 6 2019 by awaneesh m upadhyay, MBBS, DNB

    Fundus photograph of an 8-year-old boy with vision of <20/200 in OD following blunt trauma of 10 days duration show macular hole with Berlin's edema.

    Photographer: Dr. Awaneesh Upadhyay

    Condition/keywords: Berlin's edema

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis

    Feb 5 2019 by Audina M. Berrocal, MD

    Leber Congenital Amaurosis

    Condition/keywords: Leber's congenital amaurosis

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis

    Feb 5 2019 by Audina M. Berrocal, MD

    Widefield fundus image of 9-year-old child with Lebers Congenital Amaurosis.

    Condition/keywords: Leber's congenital amaurosis

  • Leber Congenital Amaurosis

    Feb 5 2019 by Audina M. Berrocal, MD

    Leber Congenital Amaurosis

    Condition/keywords: Leber's congenital amaurosis

  • Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy

    Jan 31 2019 by Aristofanes Canamary jr

    OCT of polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy before and after treatment.

    Photographer: Fábio Canamary

    Condition/keywords: intravitreal, optical coherence tomography (OCT), polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV)

  • Choroidal Melanoma

    Jan 30 2019 by Karen Panzegrau

    Ultra-wide field optos image of a 27-year-old male patient who presented with loss of vision for about 6-8 weeks. Previous choroidal nevus seen. Recommended annual monitoring. No exam for since 10/2014. Brachytherapy vs enucleation was discussed. Brachytherapy was decided as treatment. Full metastatic work up is being performed.

    Photographer: Karen Panzegrau

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: choroidal melanoma, choroidal nevus progressed to melanoma, exudative retinal detachment, malignant neoplasm of eye, Optos, right eye, ultra-wide field imaging

  • Chronic Multifocal Central Serous Chorio-Retinopathy

    Jan 30 2019 by Aditya S Kelkar, MS DNB FRCS

    A 47-year-old male presented with left eye diminision of vision since 2 months. Left eye fundus autofluorescence image shows multiple hypofluorescent areas with numerous discrete small hyperfluroscent dots suggestive of inactive chronic multifocal central serous chorio-retinopathy.

    Photographer: Dr. Abhishek Pandit

    Condition/keywords: autofluorescence imaging, multifocal central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR)

  • Varix of Vortex Vein - Optos, Immediately Looking Supero-Nasally

    Jan 29 2019 by John S. King, MD

    69-year-old white female found to have a "supero-nasal darkened elevation" in the left eye, during cataract evaluation. Patient was referred to Dr. Hruby, who confirmed that the elevation was a varix of the vortex vein; photos were obtained and thought to be good to put on Retina Image Bank. On the optos camera, the area of elevation was not seen in primary gaze. This is a picture of patient looking immediately up and nasal. Varix not seen.

    Photographer: Karin Aletter

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: vortex vein, vortex vein varix

  • Varix of Vortex Vein - Optos Photo - Holding Superonasal Gaze

    Jan 29 2019 by John S. King, MD

    69-year-old white female found to have a "supero-nasal darkened elevation" in the left eye, during cataract evaluation. Patient was referred to Dr. Hruby, who confirmed that the elevation was a varix of the vortex vein; photos were obtained and thought to be good to put on Retina Image Bank. On the optos camera, the area of elevation was not seen in primary gaze. This is a picture of patient holding a gaze up and nasal. Varix seen supero-nasal.

    Photographer: Karin Aletter

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: vortex vein, vortex vein varix

  • High Risk PDR With Pre Retinal Hemorrhage

    Jan 27 2019 by S. Natarajan, MD

    A montage of an eye with high risk PDR having pre retinal hemorrhage. Florid NVE are noted in the temporal quadrant. peripheral PRP marks are seen .

    Photographer: Ashawini Borde

    Imaging device: FF 450 Plus IR

    Condition/keywords: hemorrhage, neovascularization of the disc (NVD), nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy, proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR)

  • Ischemic Central Retinal Vein Occlusion

    Jan 24 2019 by Nichole Lewis

    76-year-old woman with an ischemic central retinal vein occlusion, severely attenuated and sclerotic vessels and scattered retinal hemorrhages. Vision decrease over 1 year. VA 20/CF. Patient is returning for pan retinal photocoagulation.

    Photographer: Nichole Lewis

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: attenuated vessels, central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO), hemorrhage, ischemic CRVO, sclerotic vessels

  • Diabetic Tractional Retinal Detachment

    Jan 23 2019 by Olivia Rainey

    Ultra-wide field pseudocolor image of an 43-year-old female with a diabetic tractional retinal detachment and a vitreous hemorrhage affecting her right eye.

    Photographer: Olivia Rainey

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: diabetes, diabetic traction detachment, Optos, pan-retinal photocoagulation (PRP), proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR), pseudocolor, right eye, ultra-wide field imaging, vitreous hemorrhage

  • "Mud-Splatter" of Posterior Pole and Peripheral Radial Streaks in a Carrier of Ocular Albinism

    Jan 22 2019 by John S. King, MD

    14-year-old healthy white female with family history of ocular albinism was seen by Dr. Hruby for a second opinion. Father and some of his brothers were positive for a history of ocular albinism. Va cc 20/30 J1+ OU; no nystagmus; no TIDs; no foveal hypoplasia. A "mud-spatter" appearance to the posterior pole was present, along with peripheral alternating streaks. Hypoautofluorescent areas correspond to hyperpigmented areas of retinal pigment epithelium, and vice versa (see photo). Dr. Hruby agreed that this was most likely a carrier of Ocular Albinism Type-1 (XR; GPR143 mutation), and possible genetic testing/counselling was discussed.

    Photographer: Gretchen Harper

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: Nettleship-Falls ocular albinism, ocular albinism

  • "Mud-Splatter" of Posterior Pole and Peripheral Radial Streaks in a Carrier of Ocular Albinism

    Jan 22 2019 by John S. King, MD

    14-year-old healthy white female with family history of ocular albinism was seen by Dr. Hruby for a second opinion. Father and some of his brothers were positive for a history of ocular albinism. Va cc 20/30 J1+ OU; no nystagmus; no TIDs; no foveal hypoplasia. A "mud-spatter" appearance to the posterior pole was present, along with peripheral alternating streaks (photo). Dr. Hruby agreed that this was most likely a carrier of Ocular Albinism Type-1 (XR; GPR143 mutation), and possible genetic testing/counselling was discussed.

    Photographer: Gretchen Harper

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: Nettleship-Falls ocular albinism, ocular albinism

  • "Mud-Splatter" of Posterior Pole and Peripheral Radial Streaks in a Carrier of Ocular Albinism

    Jan 22 2019 by John S. King, MD

    14-year-old healthy white female with family history of ocular albinism was seen by Dr. Hruby for a second opinion. Father and some of his brothers were positive for a history of ocular albinism. Va cc 20/30 J1+ OU; no nystagmus; no TIDs; no foveal hypoplasia. A "mud-spatter" appearance to the posterior pole was present, along with peripheral alternating streaks that are very prominent on this late phase FA OS. Dr. Hruby agreed that this was most likely a carrier of Ocular Albinism Type-1 (XR; GPR143 mutation), and possible genetic testing/counselling was discussed.

    Photographer: Gretchen Harper

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: Nettleship-Falls ocular albinism, ocular albinism

  • "Mud-Splatter" of Posterior Pole and Peripheral Radial Streaks in a Carrier of Ocular Albinism

    Jan 22 2019 by John S. King, MD

    14-year-old healthy white female with family history of ocular albinism was seen by Dr. Hruby for a second opinion. Father and some of his brothers were positive for a history of ocular albinism. Va cc 20/30 J1+ OU; no nystagmus; no TIDs; no foveal hypoplasia. A "mud-spatter" appearance to the posterior pole was present, along with peripheral alternating streaks, which are very prominent in this late phase FA of the right eye. Dr. Hruby agreed that this was most likely a carrier of Ocular Albinism Type-1 (XR; GPR143 mutation), and possible genetic testing/counselling was discussed.

    Photographer: Gretchen Harper

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: Nettleship-Falls ocular albinism, ocular albinism

  • "Mud-Splatter" of Posterior Pole and Peripheral Radial Streaks in a Carrier of Ocular Albinism

    Jan 22 2019 by John S. King, MD

    14-year-old healthy white female with family history of ocular albinism was seen by Dr. Hruby for a second opinion. Father and some of his brothers were positive for a history of ocular albinism. Va cc 20/30 J1+ OU; no nystagmus; no TIDs; no foveal hypoplasia. A "mud-spatter" appearance to the posterior pole was present, along with peripheral alternating streaks (photo). Dr. Hruby agreed that this was most likely a carrier of Ocular Albinism Type-1 (XR; GPR143 mutation), and possible genetic testing/counselling was discussed.

    Photographer: Gretchen Harper

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: Nettleship-Falls ocular albinism, ocular albinism

  • "Mud-Splatter" of Posterior Pole and Peripheral Radial Streaks in a Carrier of Ocular Albinism

    Jan 22 2019 by John S. King, MD

    14-year-old healthy white female with family history of ocular albinism was seen by Dr. Hruby for a second opinion. Father and some of his brothers were positive for a history of ocular albinism. Va cc 20/30 J1+ OU; no nystagmus; no TIDs; no foveal hypoplasia. A "mud-spatter" appearance to the posterior pole was present, along with peripheral alternating streaks (photo). Dr. Hruby agreed that this was most likely a carrier of Ocular Albinism Type-1 (XR; GPR143 mutation), and possible genetic testing/counselling was discussed.

    Photographer: Gretchen Harper

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: Nettleship-Falls ocular albinism, ocular albinism

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