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  • Mizuo Nakamura phenomenon

    Apr 16 2022 by Hemanth Murthy, MBBS, MD, FASRS

    Oguchi's disease showing the Mizo Nakamura phenomenon in wide field Fundus photo

    Photographer: Mr Veda Vyas

    Imaging device: Optos Daytona

    Condition/keywords: congenital stationary night blindness (CSNB)

  • Idiopathic retinal vasculitis, aneurysms and neuroretinitis

    Apr 24 2022 by Aniruddha K Agarwal, MD

    Ultra-wide field fundus fluorescein angiography (FFA) of the left eye from an asymptomatic, healthy 33-year-old woman who was referred to the retina clinic from a refractive surgery unit due to the presence of vascular anomalies and hard exudates in both eyes. FFA revealed the characteristic sacular aneurysms at the bifurcation of retinal arterioles in the posterior pole, together with microvascular anomalies and capillary closure peripherally.

    Photographer: Julio J GONZALEZ-LOPEZ, MD, PhD, FEBO and Teresa GONZALEZ-LOMAS, RN

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: IRVAN Syndrome, IUSG, neuroretinitis, retinal vasculitis, uveitis

  • Subretinal Bleed

    Jul 12 2022 by Akansha Sharma

    73 year old diabetic and hypertensive female presented with sub-retinal hemorrhage for which she was operated with pars-plana vitrectomy with intra-vitreal anti-VEGF

    Photographer: Dr. Akansha Sharma-Retina Foundation, Ahmedabad

    Condition/keywords: subretinal hemorrhage, subretinal blood

  • Secondary intraocular lymphoma

    Apr 11 2022 by Aniruddha K Agarwal, MD

    A 65-year-old male underlying nasopharyngeal non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma presented with pseudo-hypopyon and infiltration of iris from tumor on his right eye. Aqueous tap showed atypical lymphocytes.

    Photographer: Kessara Pathanapitoon MD, PhD Department of Ophthalmology, Faculty of Medicine Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Condition/keywords: lymphoma, masquerade syndrome, secondary iridocyclitis (noninfectious)

  • Macular Hemorrhage Secondary to Anemic Retinopathy

    Apr 18 2022 by Deepak Bhojwani, MS

    Fundus image of a young 28 year old patient who has been diagnosed as 'PRIMARY BONE MARROW APLASIA' by hematologist showing large macular hemorrhage (sub -ILM Heme mound). Few Roth spots were also seen in midperiphery suggesting 'ANEMIC RETINOPATHY'.

    Photographer: DEEPAK BHOJWANI

    Condition/keywords: anaemic retinopathy, BONE MARROW APLASIA

  • Thioridazine-toxicity

    Apr 30 2022 by Niloofar Piri, MD

    61 yo male with PMH of longstanding schizophrenia since 20s with secondary intellectual disability presented with decreased vision following a recent stroke. He was found to have bilateral chorio-retinal atrophy involving posterior pole with scalloped edges and coin shaped atrophic area at margins extending into mid-periphery, diagnosis most concerning for intermediate stage thioridazine toxicity given the history. Mother could find handwritten prescriptions from 1990s when he was on Thioridazine 800 mg daily for unknown period of time. Patient had better vision in the left eye which was affected by recent stroke and prompted him to seek medical care. Fundus photograph of the right eye is demonstrated here.

    Photographer: Jacob Grodsky, MD

    Condition/keywords: drug toxicity, thioridazine toxicity, toxic retinopathy

  • Optic disc pit

    Mar 21 2022 by T. P . VIGNESH, MBBS,MS

    Fundus photo of Left eye of a 55 year male patient revealing optic disc pit with temporal barrage laser marks and foveal schisis with RPE atrophic changes.

    Photographer: Bharathi Singaravel

    Imaging device: Zeiss Clarus

    Condition/keywords: Optic disc pit

  • Chorioretinal coloboma involving disc and macula

    Mar 21 2022 by T. P . VIGNESH, MBBS,MS

    Fundus photo of Right eye of a 55 year male patient revealing a fovea sparing well barraged chorioretinal coloboma involving the disc and the macula .

    Photographer: Bharathi Singaravel

    Imaging device: Zeiss Clarus

    Condition/keywords: chorioretinal coloboma, coloboma of optic disc

  • JXT and Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

    Jan 13 2022 by Abhishek Verma

    Wide field photograph of 50 year-old woman, known case of JXT in both eyes and known diabetic, after 9 months of PPV for subhyaloid hemorrhage.

    Photographer: Dr. Abhishek Verma, Retina Foundation, Ahmedabad

    Imaging device: Nidek Mirante

    Condition/keywords: florid type PDR, JXT, pars plana vitrectomy (PPV)

  • Posterior Laceration due to Glass Intraocular Foreign Body

    Mar 31 2022 by Lucas Zago Ribeiro, MD

    18 year-old female patient presenting penetrating eye trauma after breaking a glass bottle

    Photographer: Lucas Zago Ribeiro, UNIFESP / EPM

    Imaging device: Zeiss Visucam

    Condition/keywords: intraocular foreign body, penetrating trauma, trauma

  • Purtchner-like retinopathy in acute pancreatitis

    Mar 13 2022 by Pawel Kolman

    28 y.o male (alcoholic) with acute pancreatitis. Decreased vision in both eyes

    Photographer: Pawel Kolman

    Imaging device: Volk 20D and Samsung Galaxy S21

    Condition/keywords: Purtchner-like retinopathy

  • Ocular Albinism

    Dec 11 2021 by Luis Daniel Gutierrez, MD

    Optos images of 6-year-old female patient with type 1 oculocutaneous albinism.

    Photographer: Luis Daniel Gutierrez García, Hospital Fundación Nuestra Señora de la Luz, Ciudad de México.

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: Albinism, ocular albinism, Optos, ultra-wide field imaging

  • Perforating Ocular Trauma and Choroidal Rupture due to Shotgun Pellet

    Mar 31 2022 by Franco Benvenuto, MD

    Fundus photograph of a 17-year-old with shotgun injuries with numerous metal pellets in the chest, neck, brain, and face. Fundus exploration showed the left globe with posterior-inferior eye rupture, vitreous hemorrhages and choroidal rupture.

    Photographer: Franco Benvenuto, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Universidad de Guadalajara, México.

    Condition/keywords: choroidal rupture, penetrating trauma, shotgun

  • Paravenous-Pigmented-Retinochoroidal-Atrophy

    Dec 17 2021 by Aditya S Kelkar, MS, FRCS, FASRS,FRCOphth

    Right-eye Fundus Photo of a 30-year-old male.

    Imaging device: Clarus 500

    Condition/keywords: pigmented paravenous chorioretinal atrophy (PPCRA), retinochoroidopathy

  • Choroidal Detachment

    Jan 17 2022 by Logan ryzenga

    Left ultra-wide field photograph of an 81-year old female with a choroidal detachment affecting her left eye. Patient had a stent placed November, 2021 and following the procedure she complains of variable blurred vision and severe constricted visual fields. She presented at our office with flashes a month prior but without pain or floaters.

    Photographer: Logan Ryzenga

    Imaging device: Optos California

    Condition/keywords: choroidal detachment, fundus photograph, left eye, Optos, pseudocolor, superior retina, ultra-wide field imaging

  • Isolated Retinal Capillary Hemangioblastoma

    Mar 11 2022 by Bryon McKay, MD, PhD, FRCSC

    Optos widefield fundus photograph and IVFA of a 23-year-old female with asymptomatic isolated retinal capillary hemangioblastoma without exudation. IVFA demonstrates some mild late leakage. The tumor measures 1.5mm and was effectively ablated with laser photocoagulation.

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: retina capillary hemangioblastoma

  • Extra-scleral Extension of Choroidal Melanoma

    Dec 23 2021 by Jessica Norkus

    89-year-old female with extra-scleral extension of choroidal metastatic melanoma. Patient hadn't been seen by any eye doctor in 3 years prior to this visit. Noticed scleral darkening about 6 months ago, with vision loss noted for about 4-5 months. Presented with LP vision. Emergent MRI of brain/orbit showed no extension beyond what is seen at slit lamp. CT C/A/P w/ contrast ordered and found 2 hepatic lesions, concerning for potential mets. Patient referred to medical oncology.

    Photographer: Jessica Norkus, COA, OSC

    Imaging device: Topcon TRC 50DX

    Condition/keywords: choroidal melanoma, external photography, extrascleral extension, metastatic cancer, metastatic lesion

  • Green Goblin Detachment

    Jan 13 2022 by Netan Choudhry, MD, FRCS(C) FASRS

    Tractional retinal detachment with macular hole in a 76-year-old female.

    Photographer: John Golding BA, Vitreous Retina Macula Specialists of Toronto, OCTane Imaging Lab

    Imaging device: Multicolor fundus photo taken on the Spectralis OCT2 (Heidelberg Engineering GmbH).

    Condition/keywords: macular hole, Multispectral imaging, tractional retinal detachment

  • Valsalva Retinopathy

    Dec 20 2021 by Unnati Vishwanath Shukla, M. S. ,DNB, FVRS FNERF, MNAMS,PhD Scholar(Retina)

    26-year-old male with Valsalva Retinopathy. History of severe cough for 3 days. All hematological investigations were within normal limits.

    Photographer: Dr. Unnati Shukla, Consultant, Retina Foundation, Ahmedabad

    Imaging device: Nidek Mirante

    Condition/keywords: subhyaloid hemorrhage, subretinal hemorrhage, valsalva retinopathy

  • Morning Glory Anomaly

    Mar 24 2022 by Elite Bor-Shavit, MD

    Disc photo of a 28-years-old male with Morning Glory Anomaly of his right optic nerve observed over time.

    Condition/keywords: Morning Glory Anomaly, optic disc

  • Erosion of Segmental Buckle

    Feb 25 2022 by Roger A. Goldberg, MD, MBA

    Erosion of sharp edge of segmental scleral buckle seen 15 years after being placed for repair of a retinal detachment

    Photographer: Melissa Bartlett, Bay Area Retina Associates

    Imaging device: Optos

    Condition/keywords: retinal defect, retinal detachment, scleral buckle

  • Branching vascular network..Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy

    Feb 21 2022 by Shobhit Chawla, M.S.

    A 56 year old patient on treatment with ANTIVGEF therapy for six years

    Photographer: Shobhit Chawla

    Imaging device: Zeiss Clarus 500

    Condition/keywords: branching vascular network (BVN), polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV)

  • Coats Disease

    Feb 18 2022 by Ahmad B. Tarabishy, MD

    43 year old gentleman with poor vision in his left eye for many years. Examination shows multiple retinal telangiectasias and aneurysms. Ultrawide field fluorescein angiography shows light-bulb aneurysms, telangiectasias, and extensive vascular remodeling and non-perfusion.

    Photographer: Dr. Angela Rico, Retina Specialists of Tampa

    Condition/keywords: Coats' disease

  • Commotio-Retinae

    Sep 22 2021 by Luiz Guilherme Freitas, MD, MsC, PhD

    Fundus photograph of a 30-year-old male patient with blunt injury to the globe. Commotio retinae is retinal whitening/opacification that results from a blunt injury. The ocular findings will often resolve in a matter of days to weeks. Vision loss can result from commotio involving the posterior pole (historically referred to as Berlin’s edema). Clinical findings of commotio include the characteristic retinal whitening. Commotio may result in significant vision loss that can be transient. Healing can result in pigmentary changes and retinal thinning which may be associated with poor visual recovery if the area of involvement is macular.

    Photographer: Diogo Melo, Santa Luzia Eye Hospital Recife - PE – Brazil

    Condition/keywords: Berlin's edema, blunt trauma, commotio retinae, retinal whitening

  • Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy

    Oct 16 2021 by Timur Shaimov

    32 y.o. female with Type 1 Diabetes with no glucose compensation for several years. A manual montage of several 8x8 mm OCT angiograms were obtained for this Widefield OCTA image.

    Photographer: Timur Shaimov

    Imaging device: RTVue xR Avanti

    Condition/keywords: OCT Angiography, proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR)