Radiation retinopathy(RR) is the damage to retina by ionizing radiation.Commonly follows brachytherapy,a common modality to treat choroidal melanoma
FP1007 : To Study Optical Coherence Tomography Features in Fellow Eye of Patients of Idiopathic Macular Hole
Dr. Mansi Shah, Dr. Neha Desai
In our retrospective observational study we have analyzed the medical records and optical coherence tomography image of patients with idiopathic macular hole for vitreomacular interface and foveal structural changes in fellow eye.
FP1032 : Pattern of Endophthalmitis : 6 Year Retrospective Study in A Northeast Indian Tertiary Eye Hospital
Dr. Vivek Paulbuddhe, Dr. Harsha Bhattacharjee, Dr. Satyen Deka, Dr. Diva Kant Misra
Records of patients reporting with suspected endophthalmitis were studied over a period of 6 years(2010-2015).
FP1053 : Effect of Dexamethasone Intravitreal Implant for the Treatment of Resistant Diabetic Macular Edema
Dr. Vivek Paulbuddhe, Dr. Ronel Soibam, Dr. Satyen Deka, Dr. Diva Kant Misra
To investigate the efficacy and safety profile of intravitreal dexamethasone implant in a patients with resistant diabetic macular edema.
Dr. Shriya Dhar, Dr. Harsha Bhattacharjee
Central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR) is characterized by circumscribed serous detachment of neurosensory retina in the macula and accompanied by retinal pigment epithelial detachment, retinal pigment epithelial dysfunction and atrophy or choroidal circulatory disturbance.
FP1073:Incidence of Retinopathy of Prematurity, the Risk Factors and Treatment Modalities Among Premature Infants At Various Neonata
Dr. Ashutosh Patel, Dr. Prakash Suranagi, Dr. Anand Vinekar
To study the incidence of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) in neonatal intensive care units and obtain information about risk factors associated with ROP and treatment modalities.
Dr. Archana Devi Boopathy Raj, B17508, Dr. Pranayee Behera, Dr. K Ravi Kumar
Hereby presenting five cases of optic disc edema with serous retinal detachment which turned out to be five different clinical entities namely Vogt Koyanagi Harada disease, Sympathetic Ophthalmitis, Posterior scleritis, Uveal effusion syndrome and malignant hypertension.
FP1101 : The Beckman Initiative for Risk Factor Scoring of Armd – Application to Colour Photos and Sd Oct
Dr. Neha Khanna, N17070, Dr. Tina Agrawal, Dr. Sarang Lambat, Dr. Nangia Vinay Kumar B
The Beckman initiative for ARMD, resulted in a risk score on colour photos (CP) for early and intermediate AMD. It was the purpose to apply this to CP and also on OCT.
Dr. Anant Singhi, Dr. (Mrs.) Bharati Gogoi
Ocular toxoplamosis is the leading cause of infection in the posterior segment. Reporting a case of an 18 year old female presenting with diminished vision in right eye for 1 month.
Dr. AnantSinghi, Dr. (Mrs.) Bharati Gogoi, Dr. J I Ahmed, Dr.Baby Deka
A 37 year old female came with diminished vision in right eye (Hand Movement) for 12 years. Refraction showed myopia but vision didn’t improve beyond 6/60. Slit lamp Examination was with in normal limits.
FP1152 : A Case Report of Foveal Injury By Nd:Yag Laser Followed By Improved Visual Acuity in Subsequent 4 Years Follow Up
Dr. Perwez Khan, K11232, Dr. Kankambari Pandey
Case report of a 65 year old female patient who sustained accidental frequency doubled Nd: YAG laser foveal burn while undergoing left eye panretinal photocoagulation(PRP) for diabetic retinopathy is presented with subsequent 4 years follow-up.
Mrs. Pooja, Dr. Mohan Rajan, Dr. Manoj Khatri, Dr. Venkateshwar Ravisankar
Vitreous cysts are rare ocular malformations. We are reporting a case of a 14 year old girl who complained of intermittent floater in the right eye since 1 year. Her visual acuity in both eyes was 20/20.
FP1170 : Correlation of Central Srf(Oct)& Bcva and Time Duration for Complete Resolution in Idiopathic CSCR
Dr. Barun Garg, Dr. Das Shubhra
Prospective study conducted in a tertiary care hospital
Dr. Pinky Singhania, Dr. Himabindu Adusumilli, Dr. Priyank Solanki, Dr. Solanki Narpat Chand
Neovascular glaucoma (NVG) is a sight threatening disease, extremely difficult to manage and required multimodality treatment approach in the right time. Indian population, NVG may present with good visual acuity ranging 6/6 – 6/9.
Dr. Karthikeya R, Dr. Shorya Vardhan Azad, Dr. Brijesh Takkar, Dr. Atul Kumar, Dr. Sangeeta Roy
To evaluate efficacy and safety of pars plana vitrectomy (PPV) and in vivo cyst lysis for intraocular cysticercosis.
Dr. K Ravi Kumar, K14148, Dr. Shalini S, Dr.PeriyanayagiMuruganantham
An young 13 yr old girl presented with loss of vision in left eye (hand movements ) following firecracker injury.
Dr. Ajay Dudani, D6387, Dr. Nitin Saini
Silicon oil assisted vitrectomy is a procedure that can be used in the patients of recurrent retinal detachment. This procedure avoids the removal and reinjection of silicon oil thereby shortening the surgery time and decreasing the morbidity
Dr. Natarajan S, N02460, Dr. Chinmay Nakhwa
A 62/F presented with 2 mo. history of diminution of vision post Cataract Sx in RE.
FP1230 : A Study of Psychological Evaluation and Effects of Anxiolytic/ Antidepressant Treatment in Patients With Central Serous Choroi
Dr. Ajay Dudani, D6387, Dr. Vrunda G Morepatil
To study types of psychological disorders or traits present if any, in patients with CSCR.
Dr. Vrunda G Morepatil, M17178, Dr. Priyanka Singh
A 32 years male patient came with complaints of floaters in RE since 2 weeks.No systemic illness.History of pulmonary kochs in wife and father.BCVA in RE-6/9 and in LE-6/6.BE Anterior segment examination was normal.
FP1251 : Effect of Single Injection of Ranibizumab on Retinochoroidal Thickness in Myopic Subfoveal CNV.
Dr. Anisha Seth, A17106, Dr. Ajay Aurora, Dr. Neeraj Sanduja
Choroid plays a vital role in the pathophysiology of many retinal conditions.Its role in CNV is under evaluation.
FP1252 : Role of Intravitreal Anti Vegf in Cscr with Ink Blot Type of Leakage and Nsd More Than 3 Months
Dr. Abhinav Singh, S18157, Dr. Poninder Kumar Dogra, Dr. Brig (Mrs) Sagarika Patyal, Dr. (Col) Gaurav Kapoor
To evaluate the effect of intravitreal Anti VEGF (Ranibizumab 0.5mg) in CSCR with ink blot leakage and NSD> 3 months duration.
Dr. Nikhila Chandra Jain, J18810, Dr. Neetu Kori, Dr. Komal Khetwani, Dr. Palak Suthar
To find the incidence of ROP in preterm and LBW infants and to evaluate various risk factors
Dr. Shravan Masurkar, M16534, Dr. Shrinivas M Joshi, Dr. Sameera. V. V, Dr. Apoorva A G, Dr. Guruprasad Ayachit
A prospective analysis was performed in patients with neovascular AMD (Group 1),macular oedema secondary to RVO (Group2) and DME (Group3) who received intravitreal Razumab at baseline.Snellen visual acuity,anterior and posterior segment evaluation including fundus photo and optical coherence tomography imaging was done at Day 0,1,7 and 30.
Dr. Dharmil Doshi, D15763
CRAO in a young patient is uncommon. We are presenting a case of 24 years old female patient presented to OPD with c/o sudden onset painless loss of vision in her left eye. VA in RE 6/6 LE HM+,PL+,PR 4+.
FP1326 : Tri-Weekly Intravitreal Topotecan as Monotherapy for Refractory Vitreous Seeds in Retinoblastoma
Dr. Raksha Rao, R17558, Dr. Vishalsharma, Dr. Santosh G Honavar
To evaluate the safety and efficacy of intravitreal topotecan (IViT) for refractory vitreous seeds in retinoblastoma.
Dr. Masood Zaman Ahmed, Dr. Ruma Das
A female patient ,aged 18 years, complaining of diminuation of vision, left more then right eye with VA 6/24 and 6/9 respectively was admitted. Pupillary light reaction of both sides were sluggush. In fundoscopy, bilateral papilloedema is seen .
Dr. Kamlesh Patel, P16727, Dr. Chahveer Singh Bindra, Dr. Alok Sen, Dr. Pawan Puneet Malhotra
To examine the choriocapillaries in patients with Central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR) using Optical coherence tomographic angiography (OCTA)
Dr. Santosh Singh Patel, P10986, Dr. Satish Sharma, Dr. Niharika Singh, Dr. Praphull Dewangan
To study the changing trend in vitreous haemorrhage causes and its visual prognosis in relation to medically and surgically managed patients.
Dr. Akanksha, Dr. Satyen Deka, Dr. Manabjyoti Barman
A 35 year old female presented to OPD with complaints of foreign body sensation and asthenopic symptoms in the right eye. The best corrected visual acuity in both eyes were 6/6, N6.