Pituitary adenoma is a benign and the most common tumour of the pituitary gland. It is also the most common parachiasmal tumor and accounts for approximately 10- 15% of primary intracranial neoplasms1, 2.
Increased intracranial pressure (ICP) is a potentially life-threatening emergency. In children, it is most often a complication of traumatic brain injury, hydrocephalus, brain tumors, intracranial infections, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, metabolic and structural causes. Successful management of children with elevated ICP requires prompt recognition and therapy directed at both reducing ICP and reversing its underlying cause
Dr. Goyal J L, G03947, Dr. Vikas Veerwal, Dr. Ritu Arora, Dr. Pooja Jain
To evaluate changes in Pattern electroretinogram (PERG), Retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL) and Ganglion Cell Complex (GCC) over 6 months in acute unilateral optic neuritis.
Dr. Joseph John, J14619, Dr. Elizabeth Joseph
To assess the effectiveness of Botulinum Toxin(BT) in isolated acquired lateral rectus palsy
Dr. Dipankar Das, D08987, Dr. Harsha Bhattacharjee, Dr. Satyen Deka
Biometric system works on the basis of recognition of patterns. There are various existing biometric system for identification such as fingerprinting, iris and retinal vessels pattern. We present the anatomical morphology of optic nerve transverse section as one of the additional unique biometric signature in human beings.
FP538 : A Rare Case of Isolated Pyomyositis of Superior Rectus Causing Retrobulbar Neuritis in A Young Woman
Dr. Neha Singh, S17803, Dr. Jolly Rohatgi, Dr. (Mrs) Upreet Dhaliwal, Dr. Shubhank Khare
A young woman presented with acute onset diminuition of visionLE,painful ocular movements, and binocular diplopia since 10 days. Examination revealed VA of 5/60, mild proptosis(3mm),limitation on down & upgaze and RAPD with no signs of inflammation.
Dr.Kalkoti Prasad Rajkumar, K09709, Dr. Rutika Khadse, Dr. Padmavathy Maharajan, Dr. Neelam Pawar, Dr. Rama Krishnan R Introduction Patients with acute ocular motor cranial neuropathies are evaluated with factors like age at presentation, associated systemic risk factors, onset and duration of neuropathy and systemic and neurological signs,…
FP814 : Analysis of Causes of Papilledema in Pediatric Age Group – 2 Years Rural Hospital Based Study
Dr. Madhumita Prasad, P19180, Dr. Neha Chandak, Dr. Shashank Banait, Dr. Sachin Daigavane, Dr. Surabhi Sharma
There is perhaps no neuro-ophthalmic sign that is as baleful as papilledema.
Dr. Chaithra Dembala Aroor, A14712, Dr. Rohit Shetty, Dr.Abdul Rawoof
RAPDx Pupil Expanded diagnostics: An Automated Pupillograph quantifying pupillary responses
FP918 : Clinical Profile and Treatment Outcomes of Traumatic Optic Neuropathy At a Tertiary Eye Care Centre in South India
Dr.Bhushan Uplanchiwar, B15780, Dr. Vinay Kumar.S
Traumatic optic neuropathy (TON), following blunt or penetrating injuries results in permanent visual loss. While projectiles or other sharp objects injure the optic nerve directly1-2, the most common form of traumatic optic neuropathy is indirect and, as a result of concussive force to the head, particularly the forehead. It has been reported 0.5% to 5% of all closed head trauma