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Apr 5 2018 by Kim Barrett
Ultra-wide field fluorescein angiogram of a 31-year-old female with intermittent pain in her left eye. Her condition has been managed in Liberia until recently when she moved to the United States. She suffers from multiple modalities including central retinal artery occlusion, posterior synechiae of the iris, interstitial keratitis, disseminated chorioretinitis, as well as HIV. An infectious cause is high on the differential in light of her HIV status. DDx: hypertensive crisis, an embolism (? IV drug use), coagulopathy, trauma, infectious. Blood work was normal. Her current vision is 20/30 right eye and 20/400 left eye.
Photographer: Kim Barrett, COA
Imaging device: Optos
Condition/keywords: central retinal artery occlusion (CRAO), chorioretinal scar, ciliary artery sparring, disseminated chorioretinitis, HIV, left eye, optic atrophy, staining
Oct 11 2012 by Jeffrey G. Gross, MD
Broken posterior synechia, in eye, with HLA B27 iritis.
Condition/keywords: HLA-B27, posterior synechiae
Jul 4 2013 by Nathan E. Podoll
Iritis with breaking posterior synechiae.
Photographer: Nathan E. Podoll, M.D., University of Louisville
Condition/keywords: acute anterior uveitis, posterior synechiae
diffuse and slit-beam anterior segment photographs showing pupillary-block angle closure associated with uveitis. pupillary block; angle closure; uveitis; posterior synechiae
Condition/keywords: angle closure, posterior synechiae, pupillary block, uveitis
Feb 19 2019 by Lancaster Course in Ophthalmology
Organization of fibrinous exudate from iris, causing posterior synechiae and pupillary membrane.
Condition/keywords: fibrinous exudate, membranes, posterior synechiae
Oct 10 2012 by Jeffrey G. Gross, MD
Toxooplasmosis uveitis with mutton fat KP and broken posterior synechia.
Condition/keywords: mutton-fat keratic precipitates (KP), posterior synechiae, toxoplasmosis uveitis