Orbit & Oculoplasty

FP1120 : Total Ptosis After Cataract Surgery: A Diagnostic Dilemma

Dr. Mekhla Naik, N18166, Dr. Marian Anne Jacob, Dr. Saikumar S J, Dr. Giridhar Anantharaman

Blepharoptosisisa known but neglectedcomplication(Incidence:0-44%) of cataract surgery &can be multifactorial. We reporta case of 72/M, known case of DM & IHD, presenting with OD upper lid total ptosis without double vision/diurnal variation, 2 months after uneventful cataract surgery under peribulbar block.

FP125 : Staphylectomy Is A Good Alternative for Anterior Staphyloma Cases Who Are Unwilling to Enucleation

Dr. Parthasarthi Roy, R08581

The standard treatment for anterior staphyloma is enucleation. However excision of whole globe is psychologically traumatic and many patients, particularly young patients and their guardians do not want to give consent and constantly insist in conserving the globe at any cost.In this scenario, it is some sort of solace to them if Staphylectomy, a less destructive surgery is offered to them, to which they may consent.

FP1577 : Haemangiopericytoma of Orbit – A Rare Tumour

Dr. Varna V Shet, Dr. Raghavendra Ramappa, Dr. Gajaraj T Naik, Dr. Pradeep Kumar S. M.

Orbital hemangiopericytomas are rare tumors with the incidence ranging from 1% to 1.5% in very large orbital series.The diagnosis of hemangiopericytoma cannot be made with certainty on clinical or radiological evaluation and requires histologic confirmation.

FP1682 : Margin Reflex Distance Alterations in Lid Lacerations

Dr. Anu F Anand, Dr. David Pudukadan, Dr. Anthrayos C V Kakkanatt, Ms. Minu Sasikumar, Dr. Geoffrey Joju

Lid lacerations post repair were evaluated for alteration of MRD 1 and 2 at presentation, following repair at 1 week, 1 month and 3 month intervals. Lacerations were classified into type 1 type 2 and type 3 based on the extend of lid involvement.

FP1728 : A Series of 100 Patients with Common Canalicular Block Treated with Probing and Syringing in Opd

Dr. Rashi Sharma, S14989, Dr. (Col) Madhu Bhaduria

A study is done at tertiary eye centre in paatients with complaints of watering who in outpatients department were diagnosed with common canalicular block and the block was attempted to be opened in the opd with probing with probe first directed towards sac and once the get through was obtained, it was directed towards nasolacrimal duct.