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Bilateral Perforating Ocular Injury Due to Bullets – Still Having Useful Vision!

RETINA PHOTO ABSTRACT This photo shows bilateral fundus images at postoperative month 18 following pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) for the management of bilateral perforating ocular injury caused by a shot with a bullet during bird hunting. At his referral one week following primary suturation at both eyes, his vision was light perception in both eyes with hemorrhagic retinal detachment. Bilateral PPV, extraction of ruptured lens...

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A Volcano Explosion In Macula: Giant Arteriovenous Malformation

RETINA PHOTO A Volcano Explosion In Macula Giant Arteriovenous Malformation by Yasin Şakir Göker, Turkey ABSTRACT   CONTACT DETAILS Yasin Sakir Goker Ulucanlar Eye Training and Research Hospital Ankara Turkey Email : yasingoker5367@hotmail.com Cell Phone: +905558070184 Work Phone:...

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Leukoceria Because of Coat’s Disease

RETINA PHOTO Leukoceria Because of Coat’s Disease by Imren Akkoyun, Murat Tunc, Eylem Yaman Pinarci, Nedime Sahinoglu-Keskek, Aslihan Y. Sezen, Gursel Yilmaz, Turkey ABSTRACT Case presentation: Leucocoria because of Coats’ disease in a 9-months old Infant – management after excluding of other leucocoria reasons. Pictures pre- and post treatment with intravitreal ranibizumab, cryotherapy, transscleral drainage of subretinal fluid,...

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Morning Glory Syndrome in a 10-months Old Infant, Wide Field Fundus Image Acquired with Speculum

RETINA PHOTO           ABSTRACT Background: Ultra-wide field (UWF) imaging of the fundus (Optos, Daytona) is a valuable diagnostic tool, allowing the acquisition of up to 200° of the retina in a single image. The instrument requires the patient to lean forward towards the instrument, keeping the eye well open and correctly aligned in the acquisition opening, fixating the aiming light. It is therefore generally...

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Shaken Baby Syndrome in a 8-months Old Infant, Bilateral Ultra-wide Field Fundus Images Acquired with Speculum

RETINA PHOTO       ABSTRACT Background: Ultra-wide field (UWF) imaging of the fundus (Optos, Daytona) is a valuable diagnostic tool, allowing the acquisition of up to 200° of the retina in a single image. The instrument requires the patient to lean forward towards the instrument, keeping the eye well open and correctly aligned in the acquisition opening, fixating the aiming light. It is therefore generally unsuitable for...

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Retinal Trauma: Black and White

RETINA PHOTO ABSTRACT CONTACT DETAILS   Perfecto E.O. Roy CAGAMPANG III Manila Doctors Hospital Manila, Philippines Email: pcagampangiii@yahoo.com Cell Phone: +639177936686 Work Phone:...

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