By Samar K. Basak
With the present speedy improvement of ophthalmic sciences, it's tricky for ophthalmologists to stay absolutely brand new with all components of medical forte. the second one version of this atlas describes the newest advances in scientific ophthalmology. every one bankruptcy bargains with a separate a part of the attention, discussing diverse ailments and issues which may be encountered by way of ophthalmologists. every one is observed by means of concise descriptions of significant and minor indicators, in addition to certain photos illustrating the disorder. This complete new version good points 3750 complete color photos and illustrations, together with greater than six hundred extra photos. photos from the 1st version were changed with greater caliber images excited about the Haag-Streit BX-900 Photo-Slit Lamp and the Zeiss FF 450 Plus Fundus digicam.
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2) or Horner’s syndrome (Fig. 4A and B) –– Ocular myopathy (Fig. 5) –– Senile ptosis Traumatic (Fig. 10). Fig. 3: Horner’s syndrome—left side 23 Diseases of the Eyelids Fig. 5: Myogenic ptosis—ocular myopathy Fig. 6: Traumatic ptosis Fig. 7: Mechanical ptosis—upper lid mass Fig. 8: Mechanical ptosis—upper lid mass Fig. 9: Mechanical ptosis plexiform neurofibroma Fig. 10: Mechanical ptosis— hemangioma upper lid Senile (Aponeurotic) Ptosis Common unilateral or bilateral ptosis caused by defect in levator aponeurosis (Fig.
Fig. 1: Precancerous melanoma Fig. 2: Precancerous melanoma Fig. 1: Lentigo malignum Fig. 3: Malignant melanoma 39 Diseases of the Eyelids Miscellaneous Lid Conditions Baggy Eyelids Usually bilateral, age related condition Due to orbital fat herniation through the weakened orbital septum (Fig. 1) Initially, fat-pockets herniate into the medial aspect of the upper lid, then lower lids (Fig. 2) Treatment: Cosmetic surgical correction, but recurrence is common Fig. 1: Baggy eyelids Fig. 2: Baggy eyelids with mechanical ptosis—right eye Fig.
4: Permanent tarsorrhaphy in lagophthalmos Fig. 5: Permanent tarsorrhaphy in operated CPA tumor Fig. 6A: Permanent lateral tarsorrhaphy—RE (severe dry eye) Fig. 6B: Permanent lateral tarsorrhaphy—RE (severe dry eye) C H A P T E R 2 Diseases of the Conjunctiva CHAPTER OUTLINE Signs of Conjunctival Diseases Acute Conjunctivitis Chronic Conjunctivitis Allergic Conjunctivitis Conjunctival Degenerations Signs of Conjunctival Diseases Hyperemia of the conjunctiva Congestion Benign Lesions Malignant Lesions Pigmented Lesions Other Conjunctival Conditions Atopic conjunctivitis Acute allergic conjunctivitis Giant papillary conjunctivitis (GPC) Subconjunctival hemorrhage Conjunctival Degenerations Follicles Concretion (lithiasis) Pinguecula Pterygium Edema (chemosis) Papillae Membranes Preauricular lymphadenopathy Acute Conjunctivitis Acute mucopurulent conjunctivitis Purulent conjunctivitis Ophthalmia neonatorum Benign Lesions Conjunctival cysts Epibulbar limbal dermoid Dermolipoma (lipodermoid) Choristomas Membranous conjunctivitis Malignant Lesions Acute hemorrhagic conjunctivitis Acute follicular conjunctivitis Conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) Invasive squamous cell carcinoma Chronic Conjunctivitis Pigmented Lesions Simple chronic conjunctivitis Trachoma Flat superficial pigmentation Benign epithelial melanosis Benign subepithelial melanocytosis Simple nevus Melanocytoma Precancerous melanosis Malignant melanoma Angular conjunctivitis Allergic Conjunctivitis Phlyctenular conjunctivitis Vernal conjunctivitis (keratoconjunctivitis) or VKC 44 Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology Other Conjunctival Conditions Subconjunctival hemorrhage Conjunctival xerosis Bitot’s spot Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (KCG) Mucus fishing syndrome Lid imbrication syndrome Ocular cicatricial pemphigoid (OCP) Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) Superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis (SLK) Vascular malformations Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma Amyloidosis of conjunctiva Conjunctivochalasis Conjunctival granulomas Limbal stem cell deficiency (LSCD) Xeroderma pigmentosa Metastatic tumors of the conjunctiva Diseases of the Conjunctiva 45 Signs of Conjunctival Diseases Hyperemia of the Conjunctiva Passive dilatation of the conjunctival blood vessels (Fig.
Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology by Samar K. Basak