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Uhs all past eye ospes

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

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