Masquerade syndromes are disorders that can present with intraocular inflammation and are often misdiagnosed as a chronic idiopathic uveitis. The term “Masquerade Syndrome” was first used in 1967 to describe a case of conjunctival carcinoma that manifested as chronic conjunctivitis.
Dr. Sonam Yangzes, Y16805, Dr. Jagat Ram, Dr. Natasha Gautam, Dr. Ramandeep Singh
To evaluate the long-term outcome of children with uveitic cataract undergoing cataract surgery with or without intraocular lens implantation
FP1460 : Epidemiology & Features of Inflammatory Retinal Vascular Occlusions: Data of 2 Tertiary Institutions.
Dr. Aniruddha Agarwal, A15367, Dr. Vishali Gupta, Dr. Gupta Amod Kumar,Dr. Mangat R Dogra
To characterize the epidemiology, clinical course, imaging features, treatment, and outcomes of inflammatory retinal artery and vein occlusion (IRAO and IRVO).
Dr. Kirti Jaisingh, K15734, Dr. NidhiPanwar, Dr. Neeraj Manchanda, Dr. Shashi Nath Jha
Uveitis is the third leading cause of worldwide blindness and currently accounts for approximately 15% of preventable vision loss worldwide. The Standardization of Uveitis Nomenclature (SUN) Working Group, in 2005, classified uveitis based on anatomic location into anterior uveitis, intermediate uveitis, posterior uveitis, and panuveitis.
Dr. Spurthi G Reddy, S12838, Dr.S Bala Murugan, Dr. Girish Bharat Velis, Dr.Annamalai O
Ocular Toxocariasis (OT) is a clinically well-defined manifestation of Toxocara infection caused by Toxocara canis or Toxocara cati. Dogs, wolves, and foxes are the definitive hosts for T.canis, whereas domestic cats host T. cati. It usually affects children, causing painless unilateralvision loss, strabismus, or leukocoria.
FP1605 : Idiopathic Anterior Uveitis – A Unique Opportunity for Identifying Undiagnosed Spondyloarthropathies
Dr. Gazal Patnaik, P18593, Dr. Sumita Mohapatra, Dr. Nanda Prasanta Kumar, Dr. Rath Indrani Dr. Gazal Patnaik, Dr. Sumita Mohapatra, Dr. P.K. Nanda, Dr. I. Rath
disease onset is insidious and sacroiliitis is not evident on plain X-ray until the disease is at an advanced stage. The major functional losses occur during the first 10 years of disease.
FP1771 : Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography of Acute Vog t – Koyanagi – Harada Versus Central Serous Chorioretinopathy
Dr.Kanika Aggarwal, A15950, Dr. Vishali Gupta, Dr.Aniruddha Agarwal
Distinguishing Features of Acute Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada Disease and Acute Central Serous Chorioretinopathy on Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography
Dr. Bhagya Sudheer, B16378,
Dr. Rathinam Sivakumar R, Dr. Prajna Lalitha
Ocular tuberculosis is an extra pulmonary dissemination of Mycobacterium tuberculosis primarily from the lungs. Although ocular presentation is relatively less common than the pulmonary disease, the ocular manifestations present clinically with or without pulmonary involvement. The diagnosis and treatment of ocular tuberculosis is challenging. This is mainly due to the overlapping clinical presentations, lack of systemic evidence of disease, and difficulty in obtaining ocular tissues samples.
FP450 : Comparing the Oxygen Saturation of Retinal Vessels in Patients with Ocular Tuberculosis and Controls
Dr. Ruchir Mehta, M13882, Dr. Padmamalini Mahendradas, Dr. Ashwin Mohan, Dr. Poornachandra B, Dr. Rohit Shetty
Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease caused by the acid-fast bacillus (AFB) Mycobacterium tuberculosis. India accounts for nearly 1/3rd of global burden of TB. 1.4% of persons with PTB develop ocular manifestations but many patients with ocular TB have no evidence of PTB. Criteria for establishing a diagnosis of ocular TB are not well established so the epidemiology of ocular TB is less certain than for TB.
FP452 : Clinical and Epidemiological Profile of Necrotizing Anterior Scleritis in a Tertiary Care Centre
Dr. Sowkath Ali B, Dr. Jyotirmay Biswas
To describe the clinical and epidemiological profile of necrotizing anterior scleritis in a tertiary care centre.