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Sudden Vision Loss After Intravitreal Gancyclovir

64 old male patient being treated for last 3 years for eosinophillic vasculitis with oral wysolone (10mg/day now) and Tab azathioprone. Complained of slight blurring vision in left eye. Vision was 20/20 in right eye and 20/30 in left eye. Clinically the anterior chamber was quiet, slight RAPD, 1+ cells in Vitreous in left eye. The retina showed left eye retinitis with disc pallor, right eye few retinal haemorrhages. All the necessary...

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Retinal Vein Occlusion: Can it be Due to Vasculitis?

Retinal Vein Occlusion is the one of the most important causes for vision loss due to retinal conditions. Most of the time it is due to some associated systemic factors. Vascultis should be suspected in younger age groups with vein occlusions especially where no contributory systemic factors are present. Vasculitis as a disease presents with varied types of manifestations. Retinal vasculitis usually occurs in young patients with the...

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Sudden Visual Loss

Abhijit Chattopadhyay_RETINA PHOTO 2015 One 87 year old gentleman presented with the recurrent obscuration of vision in RE. The anterior segment showed bilateral IOL and unremarkable. The fundus picture given attached. What is the findings and what investigations should be done ? What can be the results of those investigations? Contact Details: Email: abhijitc@gmail.com Cell Phone:...

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