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You Have Got Endophthalmitis! What Next…???

The purpose of this presentation is to highlight significant worldwide issues in relation to Endophthalmitis management. It explores a detailed answer to this question – “What has changed since EVS?”; and highlights profound limitations of EVS, New evidences since EVS and Current Global Retina-Practice-Trends. The author unreservedly defends the role of early or primary vitrectomy in the management of most cases of Endophthalmitis;...

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Tomographic and Angiographic Changes in Egyptian Patients with Behcet Posterior Uveitis

SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2016_Tomographic and Angiographic Changes in Egyptian Patients with Behcet Posterior Uveitis Maha Shahin Purpose: To evaluate different tomographic and angiographic changes occurring in Egyptian Behcet’s disease patients diagnosed with posterior uveitis using optical coherence tomography (OCT) and fundus fluorescein angiography. Patients and Methods: The study included 20 Egyptian Behcet’s patients with clinical...

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A Case of Ocular Toxoplasmosis Presenting as Unilateral Papillitis and Juxtapapillary Retinitis

SCIENTIFIC POSTER 2016_A Case of Ocular Toxoplasmosis Presenting as Unilateral Papillitis and Juxtapapillary Retinitis Kuihyung Mun Purpose: Toxoplasmic retinochoroiditis is the most common form of posterior uveitis in otherwise healthy individuals. Papillitis and complicating acute juxtapapillary retinitis, are unusual and atypical features of ocular toxoplasmosis. This report presents an atypical case of ocular toxoplasmosis presenting as...

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Idiopathic Neuro-retinitis with Retinal Vasculitis

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...

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A Retinal Detachment with Panuveitis and MH

Introduction: Any surgical pathology presenting with concomitant inflammation presents a dilemma to the eye surgeon, due to the increased risk of post-op complications. On the other hand, a retinal detachment presents an additional challenge to the vitreoretinal specialist in this situation. The authors present a clinical case with both these simultaneous conditions. Case Report: We present the case of a male 75 year-old patient, with a...

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When a Funny Hyalitis is Hiding an Unusual Cause

Purpose: Endogenous endophthalmitis due to parasites is quite rare. We herein report an unusual case of degenerated intravitreal cysticercus cyst masquerading as a funny panuveitis with a good outcome after appropriate management. Methods: A retrospective interventional case report of an 38-year-old man who presented a loss of vision in the left eye. Visual acuity in the left eye at time of presentation was counting fingers near face....

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