To evaluate the pattern, causes and treatment outcome of ocular trauma in pediatric age group.
Dr. Mehul Rameshbhai Patel, P18712, Dr. Snehal Rajendra Ganatra
Iridoschisis is a rare condition wherein there is separation of the anterior iris stroma from posterior stroma and muscle layers.
Dr. Randhir Kumar, K11403, Dr. Subhash Prasad, Dr. Satya Prakash Tiwary, Dr. Bandana Kumari
To evaluate the frequency, mechanics, and severity of eye injuries caused by spring hooks in bikers, and to adopt the most appropriate preventive measures.
Dr. Anjali Israni, A16307, Dr. Shreya Shah, Dr. Ankita Mulchandani, Dr. Satyam Gupta
To evaluate the pattern of tissue involvement in periocular dog bite injuries.
FP1278 : Proptosis Presenting as Sign of Orbital Roof Fracture with Extradural Hematoma: A Case Report
Dr. Manisha Nagpal, N16935, Dr. Sarita Beri
Extradural hematoma with orbital subperiosteal extension associated with orbital roof fracture is a rare entity.
Dr. Abhisek Mondal, Dr. Nilanjan Kaushik Thakur, Dr. Vikash Sharma, Dr. Praveer Kumar Srivastava
Ocular injuries are either accidental or homicidal so they may be associated with legal problems.
FP1385 : Clinical Presentation, Management & Visual Outcomes in Siderosis Bulbi: A Retrospective Case Series
Dr. Eknath Pawar, Dr. Diva Kant Misra
Siderosis bulbi is a pigmentary and degenerative condition of the eye, occurring due to retained iron IOFB for a long period.
FP1477 : Profile of Patients Presenting with Periorbital and Orbital Trauma to a Tertiary Care Centre
Dr. Talvir Sidhu, Dr.Abdul Shameer S, Dr. Jyoti Shakrawal, Dr. Mandeep Singh Bajaj
Patients who presented to a tertiary referral centre with periorbital/orbital trauma were studied for overall clinicoepidemiologic profile and important causes of periorbital and orbital injuries in various age groups.
Dr. (Lt Col) Jyoti Kandagadla, J09015
A 55 yr old lady presented with acute red eye following injury with a thorny bush 5 days duration.
Dr. Himangshu Das, D18685, Dr. Jawahar Jyoti Kuli
Pt.presented with double vision in right gaze & a 3x2x0.5mm stain(+)central corneal lesion,R/E.He gives h/o RTA 3 weeks back with LOC.O/E R/E:Pupillary reaction normal,hypotropia,esotropia,restricted Bell’s phenomenon,negative FDT,no limitation in movement of muscles supplied by 3rd nerve.
FP1512 : A Clinical Study of Traumatic Optic Neuropathy Cases and Their Visual Outcome Conducted at Rio
Dr. Harshavardhan V K, Dr. Sumita Mohapatra, Dr. Parul Priyambada, Dr. Sikha Misra
To study the spectrum of affection of optic nerve in trauma cases attending RIO and their visual outcome
Dr. Mendonca Norman, M06098, Dr. Sripathi Kamath B, Dr. (COL) Rodrigues Francis E Arthur, Dr. Nelly E P Nazareth, Dr. Sunayana Hegde
To describe an emergency scenario with blood spurting from the eye.
Dr. Mendonca Norman, M06098, Dr. Sripathi Kamath B, Dr. (Col) Rodrigues Francis E Arthur, Dr. Nelly E P Nazareth, Dr. Sunayana Hegde
To describe the spectrum of injury following flying scrap metal string to the eye.
Dr. Mayur Dutta Bharali, B18414, Dr. (Mrs) Dipali Choudhury Deka
A 40 year old male presenting to a tertiary care OPD with a 4 day’s history of sharp bamboo stick injury to the left eye,with severe pain ,photophobia with a Visual acuity of Finger counting at 2meter.
Dr. Neha Adlakha, A17734
Road traffic accidents are a gift of urbanization,their sequel can lead to permanent blindness.Ocular morbidity gets overshadowed by other serious neurological and orthopedic injuries.A retrospective study was carried out to highlight this fact.
Dr. Varna V Shet, Dr. Raghavendra Ramappa, Dr. Gajaraj T Naik, Dr. Meghana Neeralgi
Total 502 cases were included who were presented from May 2015 to April 2016 in Department of Ophthalmology for medico legal opinion. These were grouped according to age, sex, mode, total loss of vision or percentage of vision lost.
FP1646 : Ultrasound Biomicroscopic Evaluation of the Traumatized Eyes for Anterior Segment Pathology
Dr. Rajdeep Jain, Dr. Preeti Rawat, Dr. Manushree Gautam, Dr. Nikhila Chandra Jain
Penetrating or blunt trauma can frequently result in anterior segment abnormalities that are difficult to assess owing to corneal opacity , inflammation , hemorrhage,or other disruption of intraocular tissue resulting in poor visualization.UBM can be helpful in assessing the anterior segment in these circumstances.
FP1745 : Visual Outcome in Patients Operated for Traumatic Cataract – A Prospective Hospital Based Study
Dr. Aparna Singhal, S14309, Aparna. Singhal
Ocular trauma is the commonest cause of uniocular cataract in young individuals. The present prospective study was done on 65 patients.
Dr. Sujit Addya, Dr. Dipak Bhuyan
The Study Was Conducted at a Tertiary Care Centre in which retrospective analysis of 500 cases, who sustained injury involving any part of eye due to Road Traffic Accidents attending Emergency Department of a tertiary care centre in North East India from 1st January 2012 to 31st December 2014 , was performed .
FP1785 : Watermark on Anterior Capsule Following Profuse Irrigation Through the Central Hole of an ICL
Dr. Rahil Chaudhary, Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary
A grey staining of the anterior capsule was noticed during forced irrigation through the central hole of an ICL with the centraflow.
Dr. Mehul Ashvin Kumar Shah, S05624, Dr. Shreya Shah, Dr. Anand Tibdewal, Dr. Saurabh N Shah
To introduce a pediatric ocular trauma score (POTS) to predict ocular trauma in children with traumatic cataracts.
Dr.Dilipkumar Batra, B15691, Dr. Mehul Ashvin Kumar Shah, Dr. Namra A. Shah, Dr. Prerana Shah
We report a rare case of lens siderosis with an undetectable intraocular foreign body by imaging.
Dr. Anju Bhaskar, B18115, Dr. Rajiv Kumar Gupta
Present study is aimed at studying epidemiological and clinical profile of ocular trauma in Jharkhand.
Dr. Mangilal Garg, G09869, Dr. Mangilal Garg, Dr. Swati Kujur, Dr. Rajesh, Dr. Jyoti Rani Acharya
To report trends in serious, sight-threatening ocular trauma in a tertiary are hospital
FP370 : Profile of Ocular Trauma Patients Attending a Tertiary Eye Care Hospital Over a Period of One Year
Dr. Bhavesh Makkar, M15353
Aim of the study is to assess the etiology, demographic factors, severity and outcome of ocular traumaOBJECTIVE: Aim of the study is to assess the etiology, demographic factors, severity and outcome of ocular trauma
Dr. (Mrs.) Santosh Mehta, M03658, Dr.Shreya Shah, Dr. Jemini Shrigovind Pandya, Dr.Ruchi Pherwani
To compare incidence of infection and damage done by wooden stick with other objects and evaluate other objects causing ocular injury.
FP413 : Study About Type of Sports Related Ocular Injuries & Final Visual Outcome in Rio of Eastern Odisha
Dr. Archana Rath, R14992, Dr. Swarnamayee Baskey, Dr. Sumita Mohapatra
The increase in sports related eye injuries has been exponential in recent years.
Dr. Mangilal Garg,G09869, Dr. Mangilal Garg, Dr. Nidhi Pandey, Dr.Swati Kujur, Dr. Sonali Verma
Ocular trauma is one of the causes of the preventable blindness & visual impairment in developing nations due to industrialization & increasing incidence of road traffic accidents.
Dr. Mukul B. M, Dr. Maneksha V, Dr. Upasana
Subconjunctival emphysema usually is associated with orbital emphysema which occurs after post traumatic creation of a sino- orbital communication.
Here we present a case of a 23 year old male who developed simultaneous subcutaneous, orbital and subconjunctival emphysema in left eye after blowing of nose. He had history of blunt trauma to the left eye with a cricket ball on the same day.