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  • 1. OPHTHALMOLOGY SLIDESBy Muhammad Aizaz Afzal LodhiStudent Of Quaid-e-Azam Medical College (M.B.B.S)
  • 2. EYELID SLIDES
  • 3. • Bilateral epicanthus
  • 4. • Bilateral epicanthus
  • 5. • Congenital coloboma of upper lid
  • 6. • Chalazion of upper lid
  • 7. (from inside)• Chalazion of lower lid
  • 8. • Chalazion granuloma
  • 9. • Incision-curettage operation
  • 10. • Localized stage of stye
  • 11. • Multiple styes
  • 12. • Angular blepharoconjunctivitis
  • 13. • Ulcerative blepharitis
  • 14. Scaly blepharitis
  • 15. • Trichiasis causing corneal scarring &vascularization
  • 16. Entropion trichiasis of lower lid
  • 17. Senile entropion trichiasis of lower lid
  • 18. Cicatricial entropion trichiasis of upper lid
  • 19. Cicatricial ectropion of lower lid
  • 20. Paralytic ectropion of lower lid
  • 21. Left congenital ptosis + bilateral epicanthus
  • 22. Jaw-winking reflex (Marcus-Gunn(phenomenon
  • 23. Acquired left ptosis
  • 24. Lens Slides
  • 25. Anterior polar cataract
  • 26. (against red reflex)Zonular cataract
  • 27. Immature senile cortical cataract
  • 28. Senile nuclear cataract
  • 29. Mature cortical cataract
  • 30. Hypermature Morgagnian senile cortical cataract
  • 31. Hypermature shrunken cortical cataract
  • 32. Subluxated cataractous lens
  • 33. Anterior dislocation of a clear lens
  • 34. (Pseudophakia (intraocular lens
  • 35. After cataract / posterior capsular opacification
  • 36. Optic Nerve Slides
  • 37. Early papilledema
  • 38. Early papilledema
  • 39. Established papilledema
  • 40. Advanced papilledema
  • 41. Papillitis
  • 42. Unilateral centrocecal scotoma in papillitis
  • 43. Primary optic atrophy
  • 44. 2ndry optic atrophy
  • 45. Consequetive opticatrophy
  • 46. Post-glaucomatous optic atrophy
  • 47. LACRIMAL SLIDES
  • 48. Chronic dacryocystitis with +ve regurge
  • 49. Acute dacryocystitis
  • 50. (John’s dye test (+ve
  • 51. Probing and syringing of lacrimal passages
  • 52. Retina slides
  • 53. Central retinal arteryocclusion (cherry red(spot
  • 54. Branch artery occlusion
  • 55. Central retinal vein occlusion
  • 56. Trunk vein occlusion
  • 57. Lower temporal branch vein occlusion
  • 58. Atherosclerosis & benign hypertension
  • 59. Malignanthypertensionwith macularstar
  • 60. Diabetic RetinopathyMicrovascular leakage Microvascular occlusion Ischaemia Release of vasoformative material Neovascularisation )NVD, NVE, RI(
  • 61. :Background diabetic retinopathy- 1Microvascular occlusion:Pre-proliferative diabetic retinopathy- 2Microvascular leakage withoutneovascularisation:Proliferative diabetic retinopathy- 3Microvascular leakage withneovascularisation:Advanced diabetic eye disease- 4Vitreous hge or tractional RD
  • 62. Background diabetic retinopathy withoutmaculopathy
  • 63. Backgrounddiabeticretinopathy withmaculopathy
  • 64. Preproliferative diabetic retinopathy
  • 65. (Proliferative diabetic retinopathy (NVD
  • 66. Proliferative diabetic retinopathy with vitreoushge
  • 67. Proliferative diabetic retinopathy withpreretinal gliosis
  • 68. Xenon arc photocoagulation Argon LASER photocoagulation
  • 69. Retinal tear surrounded by xenon arc photocoagulation
  • 70. Lower termporal rhegmatogenous retinaldetachment
  • 71. )Scleral buckle (from outside )Scleral buckle (from inside
  • 72. Retinitis pigmentosa
  • 73. Glaucoma slides
  • 74. Goldmannapplanationtonometer
  • 75. Goldmann 3 mirror contact lens
  • 76. (normal)Gonioscopy showing peripheral anterior synechia
  • 77. Histology of glaucomatous cupping
  • 78. Bilateralglaucomatouscupping
  • 79. Advanced glaucomatous cupping
  • 80. Bjerrum screen
  • 81. Goldmann perimeter
  • 82. Automated field analyzer
  • 83. Normal distribution of the retinal nerve fibre layer
  • 84. Concentric contraction of the visual field
  • 85. Ronne nasalstep, arcuatescotoma &concentricfieldcontraction
  • 86. Siedelscotoma
  • 87. Baring of the blind spot
  • 88. Frontotemporal headache & halos aroundlight in acute congestive glaucoma
  • 89. SHALLOW ANTERIOR CHAMBER MYDRIASIS  INCREASEDIRIDOLENTICULAR CONTACT IRIS BOMBE & SUBSEQUENTANGLE CLOSURE
  • 90. Acute congestiveglaucoma
  • 91. Peripheral iridectomy & patches of iris atrophyafter acute congestive glaucoma
  • 92. :PERIPHERAL IRIDECTOMY
  • 93. Subscleraltrabeculectomy
  • 94. :SUBSCLERAL TRABECULECTOMY SUBCONJUNCTIVAL PI SPACE
  • 95. (Congenital glaucoma (buphthalmos
  • 96. Rubeosisiridis
  • 97. RUBEOSIS IRIDISNEOVASCULAR GLAUCOMA