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Vision and Pathways S Gautam
Superior Temporal Quadrantanopia How is it caused at the optic chiasm?
Pupils Horner’s Syndrome –Sympathetic injury –One sided pupillary constriction –Ptosis Caused by anything injuring sympathetic chain or pathway
Homes Adie Pupil –Postganglionic parasympathetic nerve damage –Tonically dilated pupil –Slow to constrict –Absent tendon reflexes –Excessive sweating
Argyll Robertson Pupil –Prostitute’s pupil (accommodates but doesn’t react) –Specific to syphilis (treponema pallidum) –Uncommon these days
Amaurosis Fugax Sudden visual loss Painless Fleeting to minutes ‘Curtain’ across the vision Ipsilateral carotid or ophthalmic artery
Holmes Adie Pupil
Vitreous Haemorrhage Painless loss of vision Unilateral Floaters, cobweb, haze, shadow High myopia risk factor Can be precursor for detachment
Retinal Vein Occlusion Loss of vision Usually on awakening Underlying coag. disorders Flame haemorrhages Risk Factors –DM –Smoking –Hyperlipidemia
Retinal Artery Occlusion Almost instant loss of vision Painless Usually elderly >60 Pale retina Cherry red spot (foveola) Preceding amaurosis fugax
70yo woman presents with sudden onset loss of vision in her right eye half hour ago No improvement since No previous ophthalmic history What are.
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VISUAL LOSS IN THE ELDERLY
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Neuro-ophthalmology Dr. Abdullah Al-Amri Ophthalmology Consultant.
Acute Painless Loss of Vision
Pupillary pathways & reactions
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Cranial nerves pathology Dr. Massud Wasel MD DO ND BSc (Hons) P.G.C.A.P Fellow of Higher Education Academy.
FOCUSED REVIEW: AUTONOMIC INNERVATION OF THE EYE AND ORBIT I. ORBIT - eyelid; lacrimal gland II. EYE - pupil; lens.
The view from the cockpit. Most important tests in GP surgery Visual acuity Visual fields Afferent pupil defect Optic disc examination.
قسم طب وجراحة العيون مقدمة في طب وجراحة العيون 432 عين.
Approach to a case of vitreous haemorrhage Sandeep Saxena MS, FRCSEd Professor Department of Ophthalmology KGMU, Lucknow September 27, 2014.
Evan (Jake) Waxman MD PhD
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1 Chapter 8 Visual System Chris Rorden University of South Carolina Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Sudden Painless Loss of Vision
VR Disorders Common Clinical Presentation & Retinal Detachment (RD)
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Assessment and Management of Patients With Eye and Vision Disorders
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Sclera/Episclera, Uvea/Iris, Vitreous, & Glaucoma.
Cervical Artery Dysfunction
Autonomic Nervous System Medical Neuroscience Dr. Wiegand.
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Leukocoria Cataract: can be congenital or acquired, usually causes blurred vision and glare.
Back to Basics Ophthalmology: Acute visual disturbance/loss
(A), contraction of ciliary muscles; (B), approximation of ciliary muscles to lens; (C),relaxation of suspensory ligament; (D), increased curvature.
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EYES IN FINALS SHORTS TAGGED ON TO NEURO EXAM TINY PROPORTION OF THE MARKS Can make you look really clever RELAX.
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