Kamal Kishore, MD, MBBS » Miscellaneous

  • Silicone Droplets After Avastin Injection

    Jan 25 2017 by Kamal Kishore, MD, MBBS

    A 74-year-old female complained of seeing a round shadow at the bottom of her field of vision starting soon after intravitreal bevacizumab injection for neovascular macular degeneration. Fundus photograph showed a silicone oil droplet at the top of the photograph (arrow). Bevacizumab was prepared by a compounding pharmacy and was shipped in a BD insulin syringe with an attached 31-g needle. She had previously received 19 intravitreal avastin injections over the past two years without any problems.

    Photographer: Brian Chenoweth, CRA, Illinois Retina and Eye Associates

    Condition/keywords: silicone oil

  • Retinal Detachment With Multiple Retinal Tears

    May 18 2017 by Kamal Kishore, MD, MBBS

    77-year-old female presented with a report of gradual decreased vision over the span of one week. Vision finger count. Examination showed retinal detachment with multiple retinal tears and vitreous hemorrhage present.

    Photographer: Lindsay Shepard, Illinois Retina and Eye Associates, Peru, IL

    Imaging device: Topcon TRC- 50 EX

    Condition/keywords: retinal detachment, retinal tear

  • Chronic Uveitis From a Sulcus-Fixated One-Piece Acrylic IOL

    Jan 16 2019 by Kamal Kishore, MD, MBBS

    A 58-year-old female presented with chronic uveitis due to inadvertent placement of temporal haptics of a one-piece acrylic lens (Restor, Alcon) in the sulcus. Extensive loss of iris pigment causing transillumination defect and visibility of the offending haptic are evident in this photograph.

    Photographer: Kamal Kishore, MD, Illinois Retina and Eye Associates, Peoria, IL

    Imaging device: Google Pixel Smartphone during slit lamp biomicroscopy

    Condition/keywords: chronic uveitis, intraocular lens (IOL)

  • Chronic Retinal Detachment in a Young Myopic Patient

    Nov 6 2019 by Kamal Kishore, MD, MBBS

    Chronic retinal detachment in a 27-year-old myopic female showing spontaneous reattachment in inferotemporal quadrant, and demarcation line and subretinal gliosis in superotemporal quadrant.

    Photographer: Stephanie Shaver

    Imaging device: Topcon 50 EX with OIS Winstation

    Condition/keywords: chronic retinal detachment, high myopia

  • Morning Glory Disk Anomaly

    Oct 24 2022 by Kamal Kishore, MD, MBBS

    Fundus photograph of the right eye of a 35-year-old female with a history of poor vision since childhood. Pigmentary changes around the nerve, most marked nasally in this image, are common in such eyes and likely represent areas of prior neurosensory retinal detachment.

    Photographer: Tanya Huston, COA, Illinois Retina and Eye Associates, Peoria, IL

    Imaging device: Zeiss Clarus

    Condition/keywords: morning disk anomaly