Search results (48 results)

  • Sickle Cell Sea Fan Retinopathy

    Jun 4 2014 by Henry J. Kaplan, MD

    Sea fan peripheral retinal neovascularization in sickle cell anemia.

    Condition/keywords: sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Salmon-Patch Hemorrhage

    Oct 23 2012 by Larry Halperin, MD

    Salmon-patch hemorrhage in sickle cell

    Condition/keywords: salmon patch, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 14 2012 by Michael P. Kelly, FOPS

    Fluorescein angiogram image of an individual with sickle cell retinopathy using an Optos P200MA ultra-wide field imaging device.

    Photographer: Michael P. Kelly, FOPS Director, Duke Eye Center Labs, Duke University Hospital

    Imaging device: Optos P200MA

    Condition/keywords: Optos, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy, ultra-wide field imaging

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy with Sea Fans (angiography)

    Aug 24 2012 by Geoffrey G. Emerson, MD, PhD

    Fluorescein angiography (early/mid phase) of a 40-year-old man with African heritage and sickle SC disease. Sea fans are present temporal to the macula (leaking fluorescein).

    Photographer: Geoffrey G. Emerson, MD, PhD, Retina Center, Minneapolis

    Condition/keywords: sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy with Sea Fans

    Aug 24 2012 by Geoffrey G. Emerson, MD, PhD

    Color fundus photograph of a 40-year-old man with African heritage and sickle SC disease. A sea fan (white) is present along the superotemporal arcade adjacent to an area of ischemia.

    Photographer: Geoffrey Emerson, MD, PhD, Retina Center, Minneapolis

    Condition/keywords: sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 28 2012 by Raj K. Maturi, MD

    Sickle Cell retinopathy

    Photographer: Tom Steele, CRA

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy with Sea Fans (angiogram)

    Aug 24 2012 by Geoffrey G. Emerson, MD, PhD

    Fluorescein angiography (mid phase) of a 40-year-old man with African heritage and sickle SC disease. Sea fans are present temporal to the macula.

    Photographer: Geoffrey Emerson, MD, PhD, Retina Center, Minneapolis

    Condition/keywords: sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 28 2012 by Michael P. Kelly, FOPS

    Peripheral non-perfusion in sickle cell retinopathy.

    Photographer: Michael P. Kelly, FOPS Director, Duke Eye Center Labs, Duke University Hospital

    Imaging device: Zeiss FF3C

    Condition/keywords: non-perfusion, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sea Fan Neovascularization

    May 2 2013 by Henry J. Kaplan, MD

    Typical sea fan neovascularization in the peripheral retina of a patient with sickle cell disease.

    Condition/keywords: sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 28 2012 by Raj K. Maturi, MD

    Photographer: Tom Steele, CRA

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: sickle cell retinopathy

  • Proliferative Sickle Retinopathy Stage 3

    Oct 9 2012 by Alan D. Letson, MD

    21-year-old man with Hgb SC Disease and stage 3 PSR with autoinfarction of sea fans

    Photographer: Beverly Radcliffe

    Condition/keywords: autoinfarction, sea fan, sickle cell, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy with Sea Fans (angiogram)

    Aug 24 2012 by Geoffrey G. Emerson, MD, PhD

    Fluorescein angiography (late phase) of a 40-year-old man with African heritage and sickle SC disease. Sea fans are present around the macula (profusely leaking fluorescein dye).

    Photographer: Geoffrey Emerson, MD, PhD, Retina Center, Minneapolis

    Condition/keywords: sea fan

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy with Sea Fans (angiography)

    Aug 24 2012 by Geoffrey G. Emerson, MD, PhD

    Fluorescein angiography (early phase) of a 40-year-old man with African heritage and sickle SC disease. Sea fans are present temporal to the macula.

    Photographer: Geoffrey Emerson, MD, PhD, Retina Center, Minneapolis

    Condition/keywords: sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Sea Fan Retinopathy

    Jun 4 2014 by Henry J. Kaplan, MD

    Fluorescein angiogram of the same patient shows extensive capillary non-perfusion anterior to the neovascularization area. #2

    Condition/keywords: sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell

    Jul 11 2013 by Jason S. Calhoun

    Black female with sickle cell retinopathy in the left eye, temporally.

    Photographer: Jason S. Calhoun, Department of Ophthalmology, Mayo Clinic Jacksonville, Florida

    Condition/keywords: sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally. Note the preretinal and vitreous hemorrhage obscuring the view of the retinal vasculature.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy

  • Sickle Cell Retinopathy

    Sep 13 2015 by Thomas A. Ciulla, MD, MBA

    Angiography showed normal vessels posteriorly but severe capillary drop out throughout the periphery OU with scattered severe neovascularization at the edge of the capillary drop out peripherally.

    Photographer: Thomas Steele

    Condition/keywords: peripheral retinal neovascularization, sea fan, sickle cell retinopathy