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Ophthlmology Lecture - Eye Anatomy Part 2

http://www.ophthobook.com This is the second part of the eye anatomy from OphthoBook.com. Here we cover the sclera, cornea, anterior chamber, iris, and lens ...  
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over 7 years ago
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Superior Oblique Myokymia

This is an uncommon ophthalmology finding. With this disorder, the superior oblique muscle spasmically fires, and the eye rotates. Look closely at one of the...  
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over 7 years ago
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Ophthalmology Lecture - Eye Anatomy Part 1

http://www.ophthobook.com This lecture covers basic eye anatomy. This is the first 6 minutes of the powerpoint, which can be viewed in its entirety at Ophtho...  
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over 7 years ago
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Pyogenic Granuloma on Eye

This ophthalmology finding is somewhat rare. Not only can pyogenic granulomas form on the inner eyelid (for example, at the site of a chalazion) they can als...  
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over 7 years ago
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Ophthalmology finding: Inclusion cyst on the eye

This is an inclusion cyst on the conjunctiva of the eye. These can occur after surgery (often after muscle surgery) and are simply fluid/oil filled cyst from...  
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over 7 years ago
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Chemosis of the eye

Here you can see chemosis (swelling of the conjunctiva) which occurs primarily with ocular allergy.  
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over 7 years ago
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Ophthalmology Finding: Endophthalmitis from blebitis (ophthalmology)

This eye is suffering from endophthalmitis (a serious eye infection) that occured after a trabeculectomy bleb became infected.  
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over 7 years ago
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Anatomy of the Eye

This tutorial is an overview of the general anatomy of the eye. It covers the most important elements of the eyeball. For more entirely FREE tutorials and th...  
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over 7 years ago
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Sudden onset double vision

An 83 year old woman was admitted to the acute stroke unit with sudden onset double vision that had lasted for three hours. She had a medical history of monoclonal gammopathy of uncertain significance and atrial fibrillation, for which she was not receiving anticoagulation because of an adverse reaction to warfarin. She had no history of transient ischaemic attack or stroke. She had diplopia only when looking through her right. On examination she was unable to adduct her left eye, with nystagmus in her right eye when she attempted to do this. Her neurological examination was otherwise normal. Computed tomography of the head on admission was normal, as was magnetic resonance imaging of the head, which was requested the next day. Figure 1⇓ shows T2 weighted (A) and diffusion weighted (B) sequences at the level of the upper pons.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Eyelid lumps and lesions

A 65 year old roofer presents to his GP with a slow growing lower lid lump of several months duration. It is not tender but there is involvement of his lid margin.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Sudden onset double vision

An 83 year old woman was admitted to the acute stroke unit with sudden onset double vision that had lasted for three hours. She had a medical history of monoclonal gammopathy of uncertain significance and atrial fibrillation, for which she was not receiving anticoagulation because of an adverse reaction to warfarin. She had no history of transient ischaemic attack or stroke. She had diplopia only when looking through her right. On examination she was unable to adduct her left eye, with nystagmus in her right eye when she attempted to do this. Her neurological examination was otherwise normal. Computed tomography of the head on admission was normal, as was magnetic resonance imaging of the head, which was requested the next day. Figure 1⇓ shows T2 weighted (A) and diffusion weighted (B) sequences at the level of the upper pons.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Sudden onset double vision

An 83 year old woman was admitted to the acute stroke unit with sudden onset double vision that had lasted for three hours. She had a medical history of monoclonal gammopathy of uncertain significance and atrial fibrillation, for which she was not receiving anticoagulation because of an adverse reaction to warfarin. She had no history of transient ischaemic attack or stroke. She had diplopia only when looking through her right. On examination she was unable to adduct her left eye, with nystagmus in her right eye when she attempted to do this. Her neurological examination was otherwise normal. Computed tomography of the head on admission was normal, as was magnetic resonance imaging of the head, which was requested the next day. Figure 1⇓ shows T2 weighted (A) and diffusion weighted (B) sequences at the level of the upper pons.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Eyelid lumps and lesions

A 65 year old roofer presents to his GP with a slow growing lower lid lump of several months duration. It is not tender but there is involvement of his lid margin.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Sudden onset double vision

An 83 year old woman was admitted to the acute stroke unit with sudden onset double vision that had lasted for three hours. She had a medical history of monoclonal gammopathy of uncertain significance and atrial fibrillation, for which she was not receiving anticoagulation because of an adverse reaction to warfarin. She had no history of transient ischaemic attack or stroke. She had diplopia only when looking through her right. On examination she was unable to adduct her left eye, with nystagmus in her right eye when she attempted to do this. Her neurological examination was otherwise normal. Computed tomography of the head on admission was normal, as was magnetic resonance imaging of the head, which was requested the next day. Figure 1⇓ shows T2 weighted (A) and diffusion weighted (B) sequences at the level of the upper pons.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Eyelid lumps and lesions

A 65 year old roofer presents to his GP with a slow growing lower lid lump of several months duration. It is not tender but there is involvement of his lid margin.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Eyelid lumps and lesions

A 65 year old roofer presents to his GP with a slow growing lower lid lump of several months duration. It is not tender but there is involvement of his lid margin.  
bmj.com
over 7 years ago
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Internal medicine on Instagram: “Anterior uveitis in a patient with inflammatory bowel disease is characterized by injection of the conjunctiva and opacity in the anterior…”

“Anterior uveitis in a patient with inflammatory bowel disease is characterized by injection of the conjunctiva and opacity in the anterior chamber.”  
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over 7 years ago
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Beginner’s guide to the Retina |

The retina can be intimidating as it’s not easy to visualize the posterior pole and there is a bunch of pathology back there. There are many things I could cover in this chapter, but I’ve decided to keep things simple and only discuss a few topics like diabetic retinopathy and retinal detachments. Other disease processes that involve the retina will be covered in other chapters.  
ophthobook.com
over 7 years ago
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WHO IRIS: Home

 
libdoc.who.int
over 7 years ago
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How to Remember the Cranial Nerves

CORRECTION: The superior oblique DEPRESSES (and abducts and internally rotates) the eye. Use the upward motion to remember that it's the SUPERIOR oblique, i ...  
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about 7 years ago