In a small case series of 20 padeiatric cataract patients(includes single and both eyes).
Dr. Lakshmi K S, L16911, Dr. Sudhir Hegde, Mrs. P Devika, Dr. Rajani K, Dr. Asha Achar
To identify the types of Waardenburg syndrome, especially type 4 or Shah Waardenburg syndrome as it has the highest mortality
Dr. Jayshri Ekhar, E13969, Dr. Piyush Ashok Madan
There are many different causes for corneal clouding/opacification which include both local ophthalmic causes as well as systemic causes. Mucopolysaccharidosis is a rare cause. So we present a case of Mucopolysaccharidosis Type IV, who presented with bilateral corneal clouding and other systemic features of this storage disorder.
FP1081 : Refractive Outcome and Myopic Shift After Intraocular Lens Implantation in Paediatric Cataract
Dr. Sanjana P, P18832, Dr. Anupama Kakhandaki, Dr. Shankargouda H Patil
To determine the amount of myopic shift in children after cataract surgery with IOL implantation and to evaluate success in achieving the target refraction
Dr. Pavitraa P, P18816, Dr. Vasumathi Kannabiran, Dr. Waheeda Nazir
Developmental anomaly causing bilobed lens with anterior segment dysgenesis is an extremely rare condition.
Dr. Chawla Urmil, C06868, Dr. Ashok Kumar Khurana, Dr. Prachi Jain, Dr. Reena Gupta
Congenital corneal staphyloma is rare congenital disorder with keratinized,ectatic cornea protruding anteriorly.Presence of systemic features(cleft palate & VSD)facilitated in it being diagnosed as a clinical variant of Peters anomaly.
Dr. Pooja Kumar, Dr. Varshini Shanker, Dr. Deboja Mahashweta, Dr. Nalini Saxena
Choristoma of the eye are common epibulbar and ocular tumours in children, but osseous choristoma of the eye are very rare with few case reports being published in literature. We report one such case.
FP1113 : Aniridia with Ptosis, Lens Coloboma, Mixed Myopic Astigmatism & Foveal Hypoplasia: A Case Report
Dr. Jayesh Suresh Patil, P18093, Dr. Amrita Ajani, Dr. Trupti Shreyans Gadiya, Gunjan Ingle
To describe case of aniridia with ptosis, lens coloboma, myopia & foveal hypoplasia.
Dr. Vinod Barde, B18780, Dr. Preeti Rawat, Dr. Shweta Singh, Dr. Nikhila Chandra Jain
To compare the Macular And Retinal Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness in Amblyopic And Normal Children Of 5-18 Age Group ”
FP13 : Are Smart Eye Glasses Smarter in Management of Unilateral Refractive Amblyopia: An Experience
Dr. Shikhar Gaur, G09916, Dr. Vinod Kumar Baranwal, Dr. (Col) K Shyam Sunder, Dr. (Maj General) J K S Parihar
To compare the efficacy and compliance with smart eye glasses and conventional patching in management of Unilateral Refractive Amblyopia.
Dr. Pratibha Panmand, Dr. Jyon Matalia
To report the clinical profile and outcomes of lensectomy with anterior vitrectomy in a series of children with ectopia lentis
FP1369 : Ophthalmic Evaluation of Orbital Metastasis Due to Neuroblastoma Attending Rio, Eastern Odisha
Dr. Rashmi S. Acharya, Dr. Sumita Mohapatra, Dr. Parul Priyambada, Dr. Saumendu Mohanty
To evaluate the ophthalmic manifestation of orbital metastasis due to neuroblastoma
Dr. Soundharya S. , S17774, Dr. Thasneem Suraiya, Dr. S V Chandrakumar, Kavitha
Two days old girl baby born to 2nd degree consanguineously married parent, delivered by emergency LSCS was presented with parchment like skin lesion all over the body.
Dr. Hitesh, Dr. Sanjoy Chowdhury
Refractive error often goes undetected in children as there is no provision mandatory vision testing. This is an important cause of amblyopia.
Dr. Sunayana Hegde, H10628, Dr. Mendonca Norman, Dr. Nelly E P Nazareth, Dr. Vinay P G
To report a case of successful correction of head position and effective vision improvement in case of congenital nystagmus after modified Anderson operation.
Dr. Mahathi Vankireddi, M16224, Dr. K. Sai Ran
To assess the feasibility and complications associated with IOL implantation in pediatric traumatic cataract
FP1492 : Familial Megalocornea with Axenfeld Rieger Anomaly Presenting As B/ L Corneal Opacity and Perforation
Dr. Anant Singhi, Dr. Das Shubhra
A 3 month-old female presented with bilateral corneal opacity associated with mucopurulent discharge for last one and a half months.
Dr. Basant Khandelwal, K18133, Dr. Varshini Shanker
We present the case of a 10 year old child with Weill-Marchesani syndrome. The clinical diagnosis was made on the basis of the characteristic musculoskeletal features like short stature, broad head, expressionless facies, hypoplastic maxilla, shallow orbits, misaligned teeth and ocular manifestations including bilateral microspherophakia and progressive lenticular myopia.
FP1554 : Assessment of Visual Function in Children with Global Developmental Delay and Cerebral Palsy
Dr. Subramanya Kota, K16088
To do the detailed eye examination in global developmental delay and cerebral palsy children for refractive error and other eye problems for better visual rehabilitation.
Dr. Trivedi Nitin Vinaykant, T02244
A male child aged 20 years presented with complain of diminution of vision in right eye since childhood.
FP159 : Prevalence of Amblyopic Risk Factors in Patients of Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction
Dr. Vaibhavi Agashe, A13070
A retrospective review of all the patients presenting to pediatric ophthalmology clinic with congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction between Jan 2005 and June 2013 were reviewed to identify those who also had amblyopia risk factors.
FP164 : Oral Triclofos Sedation in Evaluation of Young and Uncooperative Children in Pediatric Ophthalmology
Dr. Mihir Trilok Kothari, K08617, Dr. Kruti Shah, Dr. Khushboo Shikhangi
This prospective interventional study included uncooperative children aged 1-16 years without acute medical condition but normal cardio respiratory status.
FP1657 : Corneal Perforation with Spontaneous Expulsion of Lens in A Premature Neonate: A Case Report
Dr. Anup Kumar Goswami, G08117, Dr. Nidhi, Dr. Shweta Gaur
A seven day old neonate,1.8kg weight,gestational age 34 weeks,was examined on receiving a bedside call from neonatal ICU for some yellowish matter coming out of left eye(LE).
Dr. Vimal Krishna Rajput, R14200, Dr. Jyoti Matalia, Dr. Abhilasha Parkhe
The studies comparing axial lengths in unilateral cataracts have showed contrasting results.
Dr. Rinita Toppo, T18566, Dr. Rajiv Kumar Gupta, Dr. Kumari Chandan Murmu
Fraser syndrome is a rare autosomal recessive (AR) disorder with cryptophthalmos, laryngeal, genitourinary ,craniofacial and musculoskeletal anomalies, orofacial clefting ,and mental retardation.
FP176 : A Comparative Study of Occlusion Versus Visual Stimulation Therapy in Treatment of Amblyopia
Dr. Kritika Chopra, C17197, Dr. Savitha Arun, Dr. Sri Ganesh, Rohit Sreenath
Prospective study of 59 children (< 15 years) with amblyopia was done between Jan to Dec 2015.
Dr. Maneesha Mohan Bellala, B18537, Dr. Shashikant Shethy, Dr. Saranya Balakrishnan
Reporting a 14 year old male child who presented with defective vision in both eyes since childhood.
Dr. Pandey Suresh Kumar, P06502, Dr. Vidushi Sharma
In this presentations, authors share their experience of Toric and Multifocal Toric IOLs in Pediatric Cataract Cases.
Dr. Isha Khaitan, K18218, Dr. Thakkar Hansa Harshadbhai, Dr. Palak Macwana
To narrow the differential diagnosis and establish the role of ophthalmic ultrasonography in leukocoria.