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persistent hyloid artery
angioid streaks
angioid streaks
asteroid hyalosis
"blood and thunder"
CRVO
BRAO
BRAO
BRVO
WHAT DO YOU SEE AND WHAT IS THE BLOCKAGE
cotton wool, dot blot (i would say flame also) and it is BRVO
WHAT IS IT AND WHAT DO YOU SEE THAT IS ABNORMAL
BRVO with shunt vessels
what is it Hint it is not drusen. Only look at the yellow spots, ignore the other defect
calcific drusen - notice that it glistens
central serous
central serous retinopathy
what is it and what are the deposits
central serous retinopathy with lipid deposits - notice that the deposits are not central
what is it what is it from
choroquine retinopathy from drug toxicities
obviously their are folds, what layer are they in
choroidal folds
CNV
2 things seen here
CNV and heme
notice the CNV, how did it occur
CNV from damage that was done to Bruchs membrane from angiod streaks
drusen or cotton wool
cotton wool
what type
CRAO
WHAT TYPE
CRAO
WHAT TYPE
CRAO
is this an early crao or a brao
this is BRAO
CRVO
THIS PERSON HAD SUDDEN VISION LOSS
CRVO
Cystoid macular edema
ya its a detachment but what is it from?
ROP - retinopathy of prematurity - neo in periphery caused it
diabetic macular edema
scar named?
disciform scar
scar named?
disciform scar
drusen or cotton wool
drusen
AMD in what phase
early
top phase?
bottom Phase?
of what?
top is early bottom late of chloroquine retinopathy
describe what you see
elevation (temporal to the macula) with drusen just superior to the elevation
looks like a nice healthy sheen but this person is 75. what is it
epi membrane
you can see the macular pucker, what is this associated with
epi membrane
this is an epi membrane what is the material over the vessel called
glial tissue
exudative or not?
exudative
name 2 things seen and what are they from
fuchs spot and cresent from myopic degeneration
geographic atrophy
geographic atrophy
geographic atrophy
geographic atrophy
hard or soft drusen
hard
2 problems
hypo is heme and the hyper is RPE detachement
what phase is this hypertensive macular edema in
malignant phase with ONH edema
what AMD phase
intermediate
hard or soft druse
large area of soft
what is happening to the vessel
lipid sheathing
macular hole in what stage?
1
macular hole in what stage?
2
macular hole in what stage?
3
macular hole in what stage?
4
what is it
macular hole
what is it
macular hole
macular pucker from what
epi membrane
what do you see
micro aneurysm
describe what you see
neo of the disc
you can see that there is knicking what would it be called if there was a heme there also
Bonnet's sign
exudative or not
exudative
exudative or non exudative AMD
non
NPDR or PDR
NPDR
NPDR or PDR and what are the white spots
NPDR with cotton wool spots
what is it? Hint. notice the location
OIS
PED
PED
what is it what is it caused by
PED from confluence of soft drusen
PVD
HINT: temporal periphery
ROP -retinopathy of prematurity
retinoschisis
rubeosis irides
NPDR in what stage
severe
you know what this is but what is the sign called
shaffers sign
hard or soft or cotton wool
soft confluent drusen
hard or soft
soft
hard or soft
soft
hard or soft
soft
hard or soft
soft
hint its not drusen
talc
hint notice the granularity
thioridazine toxicity
venous beading
NPDR but what do you see
venous looping
what type of heme
retro vitreous