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Rubeosis Iridis is a condition characterized by the formation of new weaker and unstable blood vessels on the surface of the iris secondary to ischemic events such as diabetic retinopathy and vein occlusion and increases a patient's risk for neovascular glaucoma.

Rubeosis Iridis is a condition characterized by the formation of new weaker and…

Hyphema: blood in the front chamber of the eye. It may appear as a reddish tinge, or it may appear as a small pool of blood at the bottom of the iris or in the cornea. Concurrent elevation of IOP may require topical/oral ocular hypotensive medications to lower the IOP and sometimes antifibrinolytic agents, cycloplegia and topical steroids too. Aspirin should not be used.

Hyphema: blood in the front chamber of the eye. It may appear as a reddish tinge, or it may appear as a small pool of blood at the bottom of the iris or in the cornea.

Rubeosis iridis is a condition which causes abnormal blood vessel growth on the iris and the structures in the front of the eye. When the retina has been deprived of oxygen such as in diabetic retinopathy or CRVO, these abnormal blood vessels form to supply oxygen to the front of the eye. The formation of these vessels obstructs the drainage of aqueous fluid from the front of the eye, causing elevated eye pressure. This usually leads to neovascular glaucoma.

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Rubeosis iridis is a condition which causes abnormal blood vessel growth on the…

This photo shows a intra-ocular lens implant after cataract surgery.  This is the old style that is placed infront of the iris.  Most sugeons now place the implant behind the iris.

This photo shows a intra-ocular lens implant after cataract surgery. This is the old style that is placed infront of the iris. Most sugeons now place the implant behind the iris.

Image of an eye with a plastic cornea. The kind of cool thing about this is that my aunt works as an opthamologist and the eyes look sort of robotic.

With a “No Touch Laser Eye Surgery,” a person’s vision is corrected with the use of an excimer laser and anesthetic drops. Before the surgery, an anesthetic

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Lisch nodules are the most common ocular manifestations of Neurofibromatosis…

Synechia, an eye condition where the iris adheres to either the cornea or lens. Crazy looking!

Synechia, an eye condition where the iris adheres to either the cornea or lens. It's definitely crazy looking ~Stef

L'iridotomia Yag Laser, consiste nel praticare nell’iride un forellino che mette in comunicaz i due comparti dell’occhio posti davanti e dietro l’iride. Favorisce la circolazione dei fluidi oculari verso il filtro e  previene la chiusura improvvisa dell’angolo di scarico. L’iridotomia si pratica nel glaucoma AD ANGOLO CHIUSO, ed a scopo profilattico, nei pazienti a rischio di insorgenza di un attacco acuto: viene difatti praticata 2° occhio di chi ha subìto un attacco acuto di glaucoma nel…

The laser treatment for acute angle closure glaucoma creates a small hole in the iris (arrow) that is visible with an eye examination.

Accumulation of red blood cells within the anterior chamber is referred to as a hyphema. A history of trauma or recent ocular surgery are the most common risk factors. However, a seemingly spontaneous hyphema can result at times from other causes.

Accumulation of red blood cells within the anterior chamber is referred to as a hyphema. A history of trauma or recent ocular surgery are the most common risk factors. However, a seemingly spontaneous hyphema can result at times from other causes.

Salzmann's Nodular Degeneration. [non-inflammatory, topical steriods will yield little success]

[non-inflammatory, topical steriods will yield little success]

A synechia is an eye condition where the iris adheres to either the cornea (i.e. anterior synechia) or lens (i.e. posterior synechia).

A synechia is an eye condition where the iris adheres to either the cornea (i. anterior synechia) or lens (i.

WHY YOU SHOULDN'T OVERWEAR CONTACT LENSES.This is an eye which overwore its contact lens and went swimming in a lake.  The resulting corneal ulcer could be blinding at the worst, sight distorting at the best.

CORNEAL ULCER : CONTACTS: This is an eye which overwore its contact lens and went swimming in a lake. The resulting corneal ulcer could be blinding at the worst, sight distorting at the best.

The entire neuro chapter from page 318 to 363 in one long scroll! Cool! Tasman W., Jaeger E.A Wills Eye Hospital Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology / 9 - Neuro-ophthalmology

I See A Black Dot In My Eye

The entire neuro chapter from page 318 to 363 in one long scroll! Tasman W., Jaeger E.A Wills Eye Hospital Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology / 9 - Neuro-ophthalmology

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