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Tadpole Pupil

Tadpole Pupil, Case presentation, diagnosis, examination and management

Tadpole Pupil case report A 33-year-old lady presented complaining of an intermittently irregular right pupil. The pupil distortion usually lasted for a few minutes and, despite being painless, was often accompanied by a vague change in periocular sensation. The symptom occurred sporadically, sometimes with several weeks in between episodes, but occasionally happening several times on […]

Christmas tree cataract

A 60 years old female presented for a routine eye check-up. Her best-corrected visual acuity was 6/6 in both eyes. Slit-lamp examination after pupillary dilatation displayed vivid multi-colored glistening opacities in the otherwise clear lens of her left eye (Fig. 1A). A magnified view using direct focal illumination revealed a spectacular array of polychromatic needle-shaped […]

Best 5 ways for retinal photography

Retinal Cameras Pros Digital images High Quality Different modes to view different retinal areas Good with hazy media Cons Very Expensive Needs DSLR Camera body to get digital images Not portable Needs skills and training Some types needs dilatation of pupil “Mydriatic types” Portable retinal devices Pros Portable Non mydriatic Digital images stored on the […]

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