SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2016_Spontaneous Suprachoroidal Hemorrhage Maha M. Elshafei We present a 52-year-old diabetic and hypertensive patient, for the past five years for which is well controlled on oral medications. The patient presented himself to Emergency on 21 June 2015 complaining of sudden loss of vision in the right eye after waking up from sleep. He was found to have vision of light perception in the right eye; IOP 8mmHg, quiet anterior...Read More
SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2016_Idiopathic Neuro-retinitis with Retinal Vasculitis Maha M. Elshafei Twenty-eight-year old lady presented with chronic headache and decreased vision on the right eye. No history of systemic illnesses; she was only taking oral contraceptive for six months. Examination showed bilateral papilledema with right macular edema. Systemic work-up was normal. She was diagnosed a case of benign intracranial hypertension. Later on...Read More
SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2016_Choroidal Neovascular Membrane in Children Maha M. Elshafei Case 1: A case of seven-year-old girl who presented to the eye clinic complaining of decreased vision in both eyes. Examination showed bilateral active choroidal neovascular membrane in the macular area, which was, treated with multiple intravitreal injections of Ranibizumab. Screening of the family showed bilateral Vitilliform maculopathy in the younger...Read More
A fourty seven years old lady who underwent Botulinium Toxin injection in the lids for cosmetic purpose . The drug was injected accidentaly inside the eye. >> What is the effect of intraocular injection of Botulinium Toxin . >> How to manage. This is going to be discussed in this case presentation. Contact Details: Email: email@example.com Cell Phone:...Read More
Traumatic Corneal Opacity Developed Endophthalmitis Complicated with Retinal Detachment No Corneal Graft What to Do?
Maha Elshafei (Doha, Qatar) Case of patient who had penetrating trauma by a nail while hammering. Primary repair was done. Two weeks later patient presented with endophthalmitis. Anterior chamber and vitreous samples were taken and intravitreal injection of antibiotics was given. The patient deteriorated, limited vitrectomy was tried due to the bad view caused by the traumatic corneal scar with another sample taken. The patient underwent...Read More
Maha Elshafei (Doha, Qatar) Cases with advanced proliferative diabetic retinopathy with tough membranes that needs pars plana vitrectomy is better performed with 20 G. The instruments (forceps and scissors) we need in these procedures are way better in dealing with tough membranes. 23 G are suitable for diabetic vitreous hemorrhage with simple...Read More