The choroid is primarily or secondarily involved in the pathogenesis of many diseases of the posterior segment of the eye, such as age-related macular degeneration, polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy, central serous chorioretinopathy, and myopic retinopathy.
FP1179 : Posterior Segment Nucleotomy for Dislocated Sclerotic Cataractous Lens Using Chandelier Endoilluminator and Sharp Tipped Chop
Posterior segment nucleotomy for dislocated scleroticcataractous lens using chandelier endoilluminator andsharp tipped chopper.
Posteriorly dislocated cataractous lens is a potentially devastating complication of phacoemulsification, wellmanaged with conventional vitrectomy systems.
FP1281 : Aqueous Humor Levels of Pro and Anti-Angiogenic Growth Factors in Indian Eyes with PCV and ARMD – CNV
Dr.Ramandeep Singh, S10100, Dr. Mangat R Dogra, Dr. Mohit Dogra
Polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy shares many similarities with exudative age-related macular degeneration (ARMD), including the presentation of serosanguineous maculopathy.
Dr. Benu Dubey, D06672, Dr. Dubey A K
PDR is less aggressive in presence of posterior vitreous detachment.This fact has been mentioned in ETDRS and DRS. OCT and B scan were not available for clinical use at the time when the ETDRS and DRS trials were concluded.
Dr. Mihir Mehta, Dr. Mehul Ashvin Kumar Shah, Dr. Narayan S Alane, Dr. Pooja Kalbande
To study relationship of visual acuity of Patients of Retinitis pigmentosa with central macular thickness (CMT), RNFL and IS thickness.
Dr. Satyam Gupta, Dr. Mehul Ashvin Kumar Shah, Dr. Ashit Hasmukhlal Shah, Dr. Mihir Mehta Authors : Dr Satyam Gupta, Dr Mehul Shah, Dr Mihir Mehta, Dr Ashit Shah INTRODUCTION Unoperated Cataracts are responsible for 33% of all cases of visual impairement worldwide(1-WHO). The epidemiological impacts of…
FP325 : Wide-Angle Viewing System (Wavs) Versus Conventional Indirect Ophthalmoscopy for Scleral Buckling(SB)
Dr. Shrikant Prasad, P19187, Dr. Alok Sen, Dr. Ashish Mitra
To compare the outcomes of SB using a WAVS with that of SB using conventional indirect ophthalmoscopy for rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
FP398 : Visual Outcome in Persistent Fetal Vasculature After Surgical Intervention and Visual Rehabilitation
Dr. Parth Amardeeep Patil, Dr. Prema K. V. Subramaniam, Dr. Parag K Shah,
Dr. Narendran V
This is a retrospective study from period of 2006-2016 conducted at our institute.Fifteen eyes of 13 patients with PFV were included in the study. In each case the mode of presentation, type of PFV (anterior or posterior), associated ocular findings, preoperative findings, type of surgery performed, visual outcome were noted from the records. Mean follow up was20 months (range two weeks to six years).
FP426 : Clinical Profile of Patients with Morning Glory Syndrome in a Predominantly South Indian Population
Dr. Jayant Kumar,K17257, Dr. Ashish Ahuja, Dr. Naresh Babu K, Dr.Kim Ramasamy
All the presenting features of the18 eyes were noted, some being newly reported . The associations ranged from retinal detachment in 7 eyes to others like microphthalmos, optic disc pit, optic disc coloboma, choroidal coloboma, pulsatile optic disc, choroidal neovascular membrane, altered shape of the globe while systemic associations were were periventricular leucomalacia, delayed milestones with lipodermoid and asthma.
Dr. Vanee Sheth,S15462, Dr. George J Manayath, Dr. Saravanan V R, Dr. Narendran V
To study cases with features of polypoidal choroidal vasculopathy (PCV) and central serous retinopathy (CSR) simultaneously, on multimodal imaging.