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  1. 1. ATLAS OF EYELIDS OPHTHALMOLOGY LACRIMAL By CONJUNCTIVA ALAA EL DORGHAMY & CORNEA MOHAMAD EL SADANY SCLERAAssistant Professor of Ophthalmology LENS Faculty of Medicine Tanta University
  2. 2. THE EYELIDS MENU
  3. 3. THE EYELIDSNORMAL ANATOMY MENU
  4. 4. THE EYELIDSNORMAL ANATOMY MENU
  5. 5. THE EYELIDSNORMAL ANATOMY MENU
  6. 6. THE EYELIDSNORMAL ANATOMY MENU
  7. 7. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDS Congenital entropion MENU
  8. 8. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDS Involutional (senile) entropion MENU
  9. 9. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDS Cicatricial entropion MENU
  10. 10. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDS Congenital ectropion MENU
  11. 11. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDSInvolutional (senile) lower lid ectropion MENU
  12. 12. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDS Mechanical ectropion MENU
  13. 13. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDS Cicatricial lower lid ectropion MENU
  14. 14. THE EYELIDSMALPOSITION OF THE EYELIDS paralytic ectropion MENU
  15. 15. THE EYELIDSEYELID RETRACTION (dysthyroid eye) MENU
  16. 16. THE EYELIDS EYELID RETRACTION (dysthyroid eye)3 Lid retraction can be better assessed in downgaze. MENU
  17. 17. THE EYELIDS PTOSIS3 Right ptosis and apparent retraction of the contralateral upper lid due to increased neuronal stimulation of this levator. MENU
  18. 18. THE EYELIDSPTOSIS Congenital ptosis MENU
  19. 19. THE EYELIDSPTOSIS Right involutional ptosis. MENU
  20. 20. THE EYELIDSPTOSIS Paralytic ptosis (III nerve palsy) MENU
  21. 21. THE EYELIDSPTOSISHorner’s syndrome (sympathetic paralysis) MENU
  22. 22. THE EYELIDSPTOSIS Marcus Gunn (Jaw-winking ) ptosis. MENU
  23. 23. THE EYELIDSPTOSIS Ocular myopathy MENU
  24. 24. THE EYELIDS(Dermatochalasis) MENU
  25. 25. THE EYELIDSEYELID CYSTS AND INFILTRATIONS Horduolum enternum MENU
  26. 26. THE EYELIDSEYELID CYSTS AND INFILTRATIONS Chalazion MENU
  27. 27. THE EYELIDSEYELID CYSTS AND INFILTRATIONS Cyst of moll MENU
  28. 28. THE EYELIDSEYELID CYSTS AND INFILTRATIONS A cyst of Zeis MENU
  29. 29. THE EYELIDSEYELID CYSTS AND INFILTRATIONS Sebaceous cysts MENU
  30. 30. THE EYELIDSEYELID CYSTS AND INFILTRATIONS Xanthelasma MENU
  31. 31. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS squamous papilloma MENU
  32. 32. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Seborrhoeic keratosis MENU
  33. 33. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Actinic or solar keratosis MENU
  34. 34. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS A keratoanthoma MENU
  35. 35. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Haemangiomas MENU
  36. 36. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Neurofibroma MENU
  37. 37. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Basal cell carcinoma (rodent ulcer ) MENU
  38. 38. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Basal cell carcinomas spread by direct extension MENU
  39. 39. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Squamous cell carcinoma MENU
  40. 40. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Malignant melanoma MENU
  41. 41. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURS Meibomian gland carcinoma MENU
  42. 42. THE EYELIDSEYELID TUMOURSThe more generalized form of meibomian gland carcinoma MENU
  43. 43. THE EYELIDSTISSUE DEFICIENCY Epicanthic folds MENU
  44. 44. THE EYELIDSTISSUE DEFICIENCY Blepharophimosis MENU
  45. 45. THE EYELIDSTISSUE DEFICIENCY A Congenital lid coloboma MENU
  46. 46. TRAUMA THE EYELIDSTISSUE DEFICIENCYFull thickness loss of eyelid tissue, as in this case following a caustic burn MENU
  47. 47. THE EYELIDSTISSUE DEFICIENCY Avulsion of the lower eyelid MENU
  48. 48. THE EYELIDSTISSUE DEFICIENCY Upper lid lacerations lacerations MENU
  49. 49. THE LACRIMALDRAINAGE SYSTEM MENU
  50. 50. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMAPPLIED ANATOMY Anatomy of the lacrimal drainage system MENU
  51. 51. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMPHYSIOLOGY Physiology of the lacrimal pump mechanism MENU
  52. 52. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEM PHYSIOLOGYIncreased marginal strip stained with fluorescein MENU
  53. 53. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMPROBING Hard stop ; right : soft stop MENU
  54. 54. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEM JONES DYE TESTINGq Jones dye testing. Top : primary test, bottom: secondary test MENU
  55. 55. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMDACRYOCYSTOGRAM q Right dacryocystogram showing free flow of contrast medium into the nose despite mild stenosis of the common canaliculus. MENU
  56. 56. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMDACRYOCYSTOGRAM q Bilateral dacryocystogram. Right shows some irregularioty of the common canaliculus , although contrast medium passes through an otherwise patent lacrimal system. Left shows complete obstruction high in the sac. MENU
  57. 57. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMPUNCTAL DILATATION Technique of dilating the inferior punctum MENU
  58. 58. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMPUNCTAL SURGERY q Two-snip procedure for punctal stenosis: (a) vertical cut; (b) horizontal cut; (C) final result . MENU
  59. 59. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMPUNCTAL ECTROPION Punctal stenosis due to mild eversion MENU
  60. 60. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMCONGENETAL NASOLACRIMAL DUCT OBSTRUCTION q Sticky eye due to delayed canalization of the nasolacrimal duct . MENU
  61. 61. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMACUTE DACRYOSTITIS q Acute dacryostitis secondary to delayed canalization of the nasolacrimal duct MENU
  62. 62. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMPROBING OF THE NASOLACRIMAL DUCTTechnique of probing of the nasolacrimal duct MENU
  63. 63. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMDACRYOCYSISTORHINOSTOMY Technique of dacryocysistorhinostomy MENU
  64. 64. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMCANALICULITIS q Oedema of the left canaliculus due to chronic canaliculitis MENU
  65. 65. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMCHRONIC CANALICULITIS q Pouting of the punctum in the patient with chronic canaliculitis. MENU
  66. 66. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMCHRONIC CANALICULITIS q Expressed concretions in a patient with chronic canaliculitis . MENU
  67. 67. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMACUTE DACRYOCYSTITIS MENU
  68. 68. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMACUTE DACRYOCYSTITIS q Distension of the lacrimal in a patient with acute dacryocystitis. MENU
  69. 69. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMCHRONIC DACRYOCYSTITIS q Mucocele in a patient with chronic dacryocystitis MENU
  70. 70. THE LACRIMAL DRAINAGE SYSTEMCHRONIC DACRYOCYSTITIS q Expression of mucopurulent material in a patient with chronic dacryocystitis. MENU
  71. 71. THE CONJUNCTIVA MENU
  72. 72. THE CONJUNCTIVAANATOMY MENU
  73. 73. THE CONJUNCTIVACLINICAL EVALUATION OF CONJUNCTIVAL INFLAMMATION Conjunctival follicles MENU
  74. 74. THE CONJUNCTIVACLINICAL EVALUATION OF CONJUNCTIVAL INFLAMMATION Ì Conjunctival papillae involving the upper tarsal conjunctiva. MENU
  75. 75. THE CONJUNCTIVACLINICAL EVALUATION OF CONJUNCTIVAL INFLAMMATION Severe chemosis MENU
  76. 76. THE CONJUNCTIVACLINICAL EVALUATION OF CONJUNCTIVAL INFLAMMATION Scaming of the inferior forniceal conjunctiva MENU
  77. 77. THE CONJUNCTIVACLINICAL EVALUATION OF CONJUNCTIVAL INFLAMMATION Conjunctival pseudomembrane MENU
  78. 78. THE CONJUNCTIVACLINICAL EVALUATION OF CONJUNCTIVAL INFLAMMATION Removal of a conjunctival pseudomembrane MENU
  79. 79. THE CONJUNCTIVABACTERIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS Ì Severe crusting of the eyelids in bacterial conjunctivitis MENU
  80. 80. THE CONJUNCTIVABACTERIAL CONJUNCTIVITISÌ Mucopurulent discharge in bacterial conjunctivitis MENU
  81. 81. THE CONJUNCTIVABACTERIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS Ì Purulent discharge in adult gonococcat conjunctivitis. MENU
  82. 82. THE CONJUNCTIVAVIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS Ì Superior tarsal injection and follicles in severe adenoviral conjunctivitis. MENU
  83. 83. THE CONJUNCTIVAVIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS Ì Subconjunctival haemorrhages in severe adenociral conjunctivitis. MENU
  84. 84. THE CONJUNCTIVAVIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS Ì Conjunctival pseudomembrane in severe adenoviral conjunctivitis. MENU
  85. 85. THE CONJUNCTIVAVIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS Adenoviral keratitis MENU
  86. 86. THE CONJUNCTIVAVIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS Adenoviral keratitis MENU
  87. 87. THE CONJUNCTIVAHERPES SIMPLEX CONJUNCTIVITIS Herpes simplex biepharoconjunctivitis MENU
  88. 88. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA)q Large follicles in the inferior fornix fomix in adult chlamydial conjunctivitis . MENU
  89. 89. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA)q Follicles and papillae on the superior tarsal conjunctiva in early active trachoma MENU
  90. 90. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA)q Follicles involving the superior palpebral conjunctiva in adult chlamydial conjunctivits . MENU
  91. 91. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA) Marginal infiltrates in adut chlamydial conjunctivitis (HERBERT ROSETTES ) MENU
  92. 92. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA)q Superior micropannus in longstanding chlamydial conjunctivitis . MENU
  93. 93. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA)q Scarring of upper tarsal conjunctiva (Arlt line ) in chronic trachoma. MENU
  94. 94. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA) Herbert pits in trachoma MENU
  95. 95. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA)q Trichiasis and comeal vascularization in advanced trachoma. MENU
  96. 96. THE CONJUNCTIVACHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS (TRACHOMA) q Entropoin of the upper eyelid in advanced trachoma. MENU
  97. 97. THE CONJUNCTIVAALLERGIC CONJUNCTIVITISq Milky appearance of the conjunctiva in allergic rhinoconjunctivitis . MENU
  98. 98. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITIS q Conjunctival hyperaemia and diffuse papillary hypertrophy of the superior tarsal conjunctiva in mild vernal conjunctivitis . MENU
  99. 99. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITISq Giant ‘cobblestone‘ papillae on the superior tarsal conjunctiva in severe vernal conjunctivits . MENU
  100. 100. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITISq Giant papillae and copious mucus on the superior tarsus in advanced vernal conjunctivitis. MENU
  101. 101. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITISq Gelatinous superior limbal elevations with overlying fine white plaques (Trantas dots) in vernal limbitis. MENU
  102. 102. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITISq Punctate epitheliopathy stained with fluorescein, in vernal disease. MENU
  103. 103. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITISq Marcroerosion stained with fluorescein in vernal disease. MENU
  104. 104. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITIS Corneal plaque in vernal disease MENU
  105. 105. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITIS Subepithelial scarring in vernal disease. MENU
  106. 106. THE CONJUNCTIVAVERNAL KERATOCONJUNCTIVITIS Supratarsal injection of steroid in severe vernal MENU
  107. 107. THE CONJUNCTIVADRY EYE The three layers of the precorneal tear film MENU
  108. 108. THE CONJUNCTIVA DRY EYEq Function of the mucin layer Left : in mucin defiency, the aqueous layer (blue) cannot wet the corneal epithelium,; right : a normal amount of mucin (red) enables wetting of the corneal epithelium by the aqueous layer (blue). MENU
  109. 109. THE CONJUNCTIVADRY EYE Punctate epitheliopathy in keratoconjunctivitis sicca (Stained with rose bengal). MENU
  110. 110. THE CONJUNCTIVADRY EYE Corneal filaments in keratoconjunctiviit is sicca MENU
  111. 111. THE CONJUNCTIVADRY EYE Break-up of the tear film . MENU
  112. 112. THE CONJUNCTIVADRY EYEq Mild staining of the conjunctiva with rose bengal in keratoconjunctivitis sicca . MENU
  113. 113. THE CONJUNCTIVA DRY EYEq Extensive staining with rose bengal in keratoconjunctivitis sicca . MENU
  114. 114. THE CONJUNCTIVADRY EYE Schirmer test MENU
  115. 115. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNTIVAL DEGENERATION Pinguecula MENU
  116. 116. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNTIVAL DEGENERATION Early pterygium MENU
  117. 117. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNTIVAL DEGENERATION Established pterygium MENU
  118. 118. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNTIVAL DEGENERATION Advanced pterygium MENU
  119. 119. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNTIVAL DEGENERATION Pseudopterygium MENU
  120. 120. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNTIVAL DEGENERATION Conjunctival concretions (PTCs) MENU
  121. 121. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNTIVAL DEGENERATION Conjunctival retention cyst MENU
  122. 122. THE CONJUNCTIVAPIGMENTED CONJUNTIVAL LESIONS Conjunctival epithelial melanosis MENU
  123. 123. THE CONJUNCTIVABIGMENTED CONJUNTIVAL LESIONS Melanosis around an intrascleral nerve MENU
  124. 124. THE CONJUNCTIVABIGMENTED CONJUNTIVAL LESIONS Deposits of mascara in the inferior fornix MENU
  125. 125. THE CONJUNCTIVAPIGMENTED CONJUNTIVAL LESIONS Conjunctival adrenochrome deposits MENU
  126. 126. THE CONJUNCTIVAPIGMENTED CONJUNTIVAL LESIONS Congenital subepithelial melanocytosis MENU
  127. 127. THE CONJUNCTIVAPIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL LESIONS Non-pigmented conjunctival naevus MENU
  128. 128. THE CONJUNCTIVAPIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL LESIONS Pigmented conjunctival neavus MENU
  129. 129. THE CONJUNCTIVAPIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL LESIONS Naevus of the caruncle MENU
  130. 130. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNCTIVAL MELANOMA Primary conjunctival melanoma MENU
  131. 131. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNCTIVAL MELANOMA Non-pigmented conjunctival melanoma MENU
  132. 132. THE CONJUNCTIVACONJUNCTIVAL MELANOMA Pigmented conjunctival melanoma MENU
  133. 133. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Multiple pedunculated conjunctival papillomas MENU
  134. 134. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Sessile conjunctival papilloma MENU
  135. 135. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Large juxtalimbal conjuctival papilloma MENU
  136. 136. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Large juxtalimbal conjunctival papillome MENU
  137. 137. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Conjunctival intraepithelial hyperplasia MENU
  138. 138. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS q Squamous cell carcinoma of the conjunctiva invading the cornea. MENU
  139. 139. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS q Large squamous cell carcinoma of the conjunctiva. MENU
  140. 140. THE CONJUNCTIVA NON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURSq Very extensive squamous cell carcinoma of the conjunctiva inading the cornea . MENU
  141. 141. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Dermoid of the right eye MENU
  142. 142. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Dermoid MENU
  143. 143. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Lipodermoid MENU
  144. 144. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Comjunctival kaposi sarcoma MENU
  145. 145. THE CONJUNCTIVANON-PIGMENTED CONJUNCTIVAL TUMOURS Conjunctival lymphoma MENU
  146. 146. THE CORNEA MENU
  147. 147. THE CORNEAAPPLIED CORNEAL ANATOMY MENU
  148. 148. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Punctate epithelial erosions- unstaind MENU
  149. 149. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Punctate epithelial erosions stained with flurescein MENU
  150. 150. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Conrneal epithelial edema MENU
  151. 151. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Bullous keratopathy MENU
  152. 152. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Corneal filaments and mucus plaques stained with rose MENU
  153. 153. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Punctate epithelial keratitis MENU
  154. 154. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Corneal pannus MENU
  155. 155. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Stromal infitrate MENU
  156. 156. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Stromal infitrate MENU
  157. 157. THE CORNEACLINICAL SIGNS OF CORNEAL DISEASE Stromal Vascularization MENU
  158. 158. THE CORNEASPECULAR MICROSCOPE u Top: specular microscope; bottom: appearance of the normal endothelium . MENU
  159. 159. THE CORNEACORNEAL TOPOGRAPHY u Corneal map showing a normal, spherical in an absolute scale ranging from 34 to 540 with 1D intervals MENU
  160. 160. THE CORNEACORNEAL TOPOGRAPHY u Relative scale corneal maps showing advanced keratoconus in the right eye ana an early paracentral cone in the left . ` MENU
  161. 161. THE CORNEAMICROBIAL KERATITIS u Small corneal infiltrate in early bacteria keratitis . MENU
  162. 162. THE CORNEAMICROBIAL KERATITIS u Large corneal infitrate in bacterial keratitis . MENU
  163. 163. THE CORNEAMICROBIAL KERATITIS u Severe staphylococcal keratitis MENU
  164. 164. THE CORNEAMICROBIAL KERATITIS u Advanced staphylococcal keratitis MENU
  165. 165. THE CORNEAMICROBIAL KERATITIS u Severe pseudomonas keratitis with hypopyon . MENU
  166. 166. THE CORNEAMICROBIAL KERATITIS u Very advanced pseudomonas keratitis MENU
  167. 167. THE CORNEAFUNGAL KERATITIS u Filamentous fungal keratitis MENU
  168. 168. THE CORNEAFUNGAL KERATITIS u Advanced filamentous fungal keratitis with surrounding infiltrateds . MENU
  169. 169. THE CORNEAFUNGAL KERATITIS u Advanced filamentous fungal with hypopyon MENU
  170. 170. THE CORNEAACANTHAMOEBA KERATITIS u Anterior stromal infitrates in acanthamoeba keratitis MENU
  171. 171. THE CORNEAACANTHAMOEBA KERATITIS u Ring abscess and hypopyon MENU
  172. 172. THE CORNEAINTERSTITIAL KERATITIS u Stromal scarring in old interstitial keratitis MENU
  173. 173. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Blepharoconjunctivitis in primary herpes herpes simplex infection . MENU
  174. 174. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Early dendritic ulcer MENU
  175. 175. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Small dendritic ulcer stained with fluorescein MENU
  176. 176. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Large dendritic ulcer stained with fluorescein . MENU
  177. 177. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Geogragraphic ulcer stained with fluorescein . MENU
  178. 178. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Stromal necrotic keratitis in herpes simplex . MENU
  179. 179. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Advanced stromal necrotic keratitis in herpes simplex . MENU
  180. 180. THE CORNEAHERPES SIMPLEX KERATITIS u Disciform keratitis showing stromal thickening and keratic precipitates . MENU
  181. 181. THE CORNEAHERPES ZOSTER . MENU
  182. 182. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERA MENU
  183. 183. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAANATOMY MENU
  184. 184. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAANATOMY 3 Applied anatomy of the anterior vascular coats in relation to episcleritis and scleritis. MENU
  185. 185. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Nodular episcleritis MENU
  186. 186. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Nodular episcleritis MENU
  187. 187. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Simple sectorial episcleritis MENU
  188. 188. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Nodular anterior scleritis MENU
  189. 189. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Simple diffuse episcleritis MENU
  190. 190. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Diffuse anterior scleritis MENU
  191. 191. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Nodular non-necrotizing anterior scleritis MENU
  192. 192. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Necrotizing anterior scleritis MENU
  193. 193. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Necrotizing anterior scleritis MENU
  194. 194. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Necrotizing anterior scleritis MENU
  195. 195. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Avacular patch in early necrotizing scleritis MENU
  196. 196. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION 3 Thinning following resolution of an anterior diffuse necrotizing scleritis. MENU
  197. 197. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Sclerokeratitis MENU
  198. 198. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Scleromalacia perforans MENU
  199. 199. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION 3 Scleral necrosis in necrotizing anterior scleritis MENU
  200. 200. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION 3 Advanced scleral necrosis in necrotizing anterior scleritis. MENU
  201. 201. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION Advanced scleromalacia MENU
  202. 202. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION 3Subretinal exudation in posterior scleritis. MENU
  203. 203. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION 3 This eye was enucleated for glaucoma secondary to sclerkeratitis. MENU
  204. 204. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAINFLAMMATION 3 CT scan showing right posterior scleral thickening in posterior scleritis MENU
  205. 205. DISEASES OF THE SCLERA AND EPISCLERAUltrasonogram in severe posterior scleritis showingscleral thickening, and fluid in sub-Tenon spacewhich gives rise to the characterisitc’T’ sign MENU
  206. 206. THE LENS MENU
  207. 207. THE LENSTHE NORMAL LENS, ITS DEVELOPMENT MENU
  208. 208. THE LENSTHE NORMAL LENS, ITS DEVELOPMENT MENU
  209. 209. THE LENSTHE NORMAL LENS, ITS DEVELOPMENT Ë The lens in the aged is greatly increased in sagittal width compared with that in childhood . MENU
  210. 210. THE LENSTHE NORMAL LENS, ITS DEVELOPMENT Ë This histological section shows the anterior surface of the lens near to the equator . MENU
  211. 211. THE LENSTHE NORMAL LENS, ITS DEVELOPMENT Lens fibers are hexagonal in shape and lie in layers rather like the skin of an onion . MENU
  212. 212. THE LENSTHE NORMAL LENS, ITS DEVELOPMENT MENU
  213. 213. THE LENSMarfan’s syndrome is a dominantly inherited disorder which affects the eye,skeleton and cardiovascular system and is due to a deficiency of fibrillin, acomponent of the microfibrillary system associated with elastin and encoded onchromosome 15 q . The lens tends to dislocate upwards (in contrast tohomocystinuria). MENU
  214. 214. THE LENSABNORMAL POSITION Lens subluxation MENU
  215. 215. THE LENS CATARACT3This diagram illustrates the different morphological characteristics of cataract together with their depth and location within the lens. The following illustrations demonstrate clinical examples of these anatomical entities. MENU
  216. 216. THE LENSCATARACT Capsular cataract MENU
  217. 217. THE LENSCATARACT Subcapsular Catarct MENU
  218. 218. THE LENSCATARACT Subcapsular Catarct MENU
  219. 219. THE LENSCATARACT Senile posterior subcapsular cataract MENU
  220. 220. THE LENSCATARACT Senile posterior subcapsular cataract MENU
  221. 221. THE LENSCATARACT Traumatic cataract MENU
  222. 222. THE LENSCATARACT punctate cataract MENU
  223. 223. THE LENSCATARACT Coronary cataract MENU
  224. 224. THE LENSCATARACT Coronary cataract MENU
  225. 225. THE LENSCATARACT Nuclear Cataract MENU
  226. 226. THE LENSCATARACT lamellar cataract ( zonular cataract ) MENU
  227. 227. THE LENSCATARACT lamellar cataract ( zonular cataract ) MENU
  228. 228. THE LENSCATARACT Nuclear Cataract MENU
  229. 229. THE LENSCATARACT Nuclear Cataract (brown cataract) MENU
  230. 230. THE LENSCATARACT Posterior Subcapsular Cataract MENU
  231. 231. THE LENSCATARACT Mature Senile Cataract MENU
  232. 232. THE LENSCATARACT Intumescent Cataract MENU
  233. 233. THE LENSCATARACT Hypermature cataract (morgagnian cataract) MENU
  234. 234. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Unilateral Congenital Cataract Childhood MENU
  235. 235. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital lameller cataract MENU
  236. 236. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital nuclear cataract MENU
  237. 237. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital nuclear cataract MENU
  238. 238. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital lamellar cataract MENU
  239. 239. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital lamellar cataract MENU
  240. 240. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital sutural cataract MENU
  241. 241. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital anteruir polar cataract MENU
  242. 242. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital anterior polar pyramidal cataract MENU
  243. 243. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital anterior polar cataract and persistent pupillary membrane MENU
  244. 244. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital posterior polar cataract MENU
  245. 245. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Congenital blue dot opacities MENU
  246. 246. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Membranous Cataract MENU
  247. 247. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Coloboma of the lens MENU
  248. 248. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Posterior lenticouns MENU
  249. 249. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Anterior lenticonus MENU
  250. 250. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Microphakia MENU
  251. 251. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACTq Microspherophakic lens dislocated into the anterior chamber MENU
  252. 252. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Upward lens subluxation in Marfan syndrome MENU
  253. 253. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Upward lens subluxation in Marfan syndrome MENU
  254. 254. THE LENSCONGENITAL CATARACT Inferior lens subluxation in homocysteinuria MENU
  255. 255. THE LENSSURGERY OF CONGENITAL CATARACT Lensectomy-vitrectomy MENU
  256. 256. THE LENSSURGERY OF CONGENITAL CATARACT Use of intraocular scissors and forceps MENU
  257. 257. THE LENSSURGERY OF CONGENITAL CATARACT (a) : advanced congenital cataract; (b): appearance after lensectomy. MENU
  258. 258. THE LENSPOSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONSq Capsular opacification following congenital cataract surgery. MENU
  259. 259. THE LENSPOSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS q Soemmerring ring following congenital cataract surgery. MENU
  260. 260. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Aphakic Glasses MENU
  261. 261. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Corneal Edema MENU
  262. 262. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY After Cataractq Soft lens matter remains the anterior chamber following inadequate removal of cortex MENU
  263. 263. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Pupillary distortionq Vitreous loss with entrapment in the wound and distortion of the pupil. MENU
  264. 264. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Uveitis MENU
  265. 265. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Iris Prolapse MENU
  266. 266. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Astigmatism MENU
  267. 267. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Opicified posterior capsule MENU
  268. 268. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Yag laser capsulotomy MENU
  269. 269. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Decentralization of intraocular lens MENU
  270. 270. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Iris capture of a posterior chamber implant MENU
  271. 271. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Posterior Synechiae MENU
  272. 272. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Cystoid Macular Edema MENU
  273. 273. THE LENSCATARACT Anterior subcapsular cataract MENU
  274. 274. THE LENSCATARACT Nuclear catarct MENU
  275. 275. THE LENSCATARACT Nuclear cataract MENU
  276. 276. THE LENSCATARACT Advanced cortical cataract MENU
  277. 277. THE LENSCATARACT Mature cataract MENU
  278. 278. THE LENSCATARACT q Hypermature cataract with wrinkling of the anterior lens capsule MENU
  279. 279. THE LENSCATARACT Morgagnian cataract MENU
  280. 280. THE LENSCATARACT Diabetic cataract MENU
  281. 281. THE LENSCATARACT Anterior Subcapsular Cataract MENU
  282. 282. THE LENSCATARACT Posterior subcapsular cataract MENU
  283. 283. THE LENSCATARACT Mature catract MENU
  284. 284. THE LENSCATARACT Cataract caused by severe penetrating trauma MENU
  285. 285. THE LENSCATARACT Vossious ring after severe blunt trauma MENU
  286. 286. THE LENSCATARACTFlower-shaped cataract caused by severe blunt trauma MENU
  287. 287. THE LENSSEONDARY CATARACTq Anterior subcapsular opacities in chronic anterior uveitis. MENU
  288. 288. THE LENSSEONDARY CATARACTq Advanced cataract and posterior synechiae in chronic anterior uveitis MENU
  289. 289. THE LENSSEONDARY CATARACTq Anterior capsular opacity following acute angle-closure glaucoma (glaukomflecken). MENU
  290. 290. THE LENSMANAGEMENT OF CATARACT Extracapsular cataract extraction extraction MENU
  291. 291. THE LENSMANAGEMENT OF CATARACT Extracapsular cataract extraction MENU
  292. 292. THE LENSMANAGEMENT OF CATARACT Phacoemulsificatication MENU
  293. 293. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Nuclear material in the vitreous MENU
  294. 294. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY lris prolapse MENU
  295. 295. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Striate keratopathy following cataract extraction MENU
  296. 296. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Very severe keratopathy following cataract extraction MENU
  297. 297. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Fibrinous exudation in severe acute endophthalmitis MENU
  298. 298. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Fibrinous exudation and hypopyon in severe acute endophthalmitis . MENU
  299. 299. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Vitreous haze in acute endophthalmitis MENU
  300. 300. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Small hypopyon MENU
  301. 301. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Retained lens material in the anterior chamber MENU
  302. 302. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY fibrosis of the posterior capsule MENU
  303. 303. THE LENSTechnique of Nd : YAG laser capsulotomy MENU
  304. 304. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Decentration of a posterior chamber intraocular implant MENU
  305. 305. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY q Severe keratopathy caused by an anterior chamber intraocular implant MENU
  306. 306. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Late dislocation of a posterior chamber intraocular implant (sunset syndrome) MENU
  307. 307. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY Mutton-fat keratic precipitates in chronic postoperative endophthalmitis MENU
  308. 308. THE LENSCOMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERYqWhite plaque on the posterior capsule in chronic postoperative endophthalmitis MENU
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