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Here you’ll find interesting cases of eye conditions along with news and developments in the ophthalmology world.

Cases are presented as an initial image with history and examination. Health practitioners are encouraged to deduce the condition, before further investigations, diagnosis and management are presented.

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Case 56

A 66-year-old Caucasian lady presented to her local ophthalmologist complaining of a 2 months history of blurry vision in her right eye.

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A 44-year-old Engineer from Bangledash was referred from his optometrist complaining of 3 days of seeing floaters in his left eye.

Case 55

A 44-year-old Engineer from Bangledash was referred from his optometrist complaining of 3 days of seeing floaters in his left eye.

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Colour fundus photographs show peripapillary and inferotemporal pigmentary changes in the right eye. There are some retinal pigment epithelial changes at the left macula and irregularity of the retinal vasculature.

Case 51

A 66-year-old Caucasian lady was referred by her ophthalmologist for a second opinion regarding the cause of a right peri-papillary choroidal neovascular membrane.

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A small white lesion is visible just inferior to the left fovea.

Case 47

A 42-year-old female presented with a 2-week history of a “blurry spot” in her left vision.

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Colour fundus photographs showing bilateral multiple cream coloured deep retinal placoid lesions. The right fovea is involved.

Case 29

A 24-year-old female engineer presented with a 1 week history of bilateral blurred vision with paracentral scotomas and occasional flashes.

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Colour fundus photograph of the left eye shows multiple deep retinal white dots at the left macula with a slightly abnormal foveal reflex. The right fundus is normal.

Case 17

A 29-year-old woman was referred with blurred vision and flashes in her left eye.

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