🇷🇺 #пациент04797 Меланома хориоидеи. Разрастающееся новообразование сдавливает венозный аппарат глаза, вследствие чего присоединяется экссудативный компонент на фоне некроза. По мере роста развивается локальная отслойка сетчатки. Токсические вещества, выделяющиеся при распаде опухоли, вызывают увеит. Частота воспаления напрямую зависит от клеточного состава опухоли. Воспалительный компонент чаще выявляется при диаметре меланома >15 мм, толщине >5 мм. Часто метастазирует гематогенным путём. Часто метастазы в печени, легких, на терминальных стадиях во всех органах и тканях организма. Для тех кто дочитал до конца вопрос: похоже на окт переднего отрезка глаза? ----------------------------------- 🇬🇧 #patient04797 Choroidal melanoma. The growing neoplasm compresses the venous apparatus of the eye, whereby the exudative component is attached to the background of necrosis. As it grows, local retinal detachment develops. Toxic substances released during the collapse of the tumor, cause uveitis. The frequency of inflammation depends on the cellular composition of the tumor. The inflammatory component is more often revealed at melanoma diameter >15 mm, thickness >5 mm. Often metastasizes by hematogenous way. Often metastases in the liver, lungs, at the terminal stages in all organs and tissues of the body. For those who have read to the end of the question: like OCT front segment of the eye?
First off, Dr Crosson is amazing. He prayed for Ian before surgery this morning, as he always does. The comfort in knowing that this man is a man of God is a big deal to me. As the hours passed by I started getting concerned that something happened during Ian's surgery. When Dr. Crosson came into the room I was in (our private preop room) I knew something did happen. He said everything was going great about a hour into surgery and then Ian's eye pressure spiked high (40s-50s he said). He said "I stopped and prayed about what to do". He thought Ian's retina came off between taking the old oil out and the new oil in. Only thing he could do, is redo everything he had done. Essentially doing the surgery 2x. Luckily, the retina was still attached and in good placement. However, because his pressures were so high Ian might possibly have suffered some optic nerve damage to his eye. He DID get some corneal abrasions during the 2x surgery. Dr put a dissolvable treatment on his cornea to help the abrasions heal and keep him more comfortable (less pain). So, right now Ian is totally blind, again. He is doing much better with that situation this go around. More secure with his orientation and mobility skills. Hes been nauseous. Slept alot after we got back to our room at RMHC. We go see his surgeon in the morning and if all is good we get to go home. Poor Dr Crosson apologized to me about the surgery as if it's his fault that Ian's pressure spiked. I told him weve been through this enough to know to "expect the unexpected" and that I know he did what was in Ian's best interest. Thanks for everyones prayers, hes doing pretty good! #sticklersyndrome#iansvision#retinaldetachment#retina#blind#callahaneyehospital#drjasoncrosson#oilchange#siliconeoil Photo description: 1: Ian snoozing post surgery 2: Ian and I sitting up in bed relaxing 3: Bronwyn Service Dog, laying on a hospital bed, staring out the room door waiting for her boy to get out of surgery.
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Finally made it to Birmingham and checked into the Ronald McDonald House for the next few days (location is amazing, several great food stops within walking distance and lots of things for Ian to do in-house). Ian has surgery #41 first thing in the morning at Callahan Eye Foundation. Say a few prayers for us if you don't mind. #sticklersyndrome#retinaldetachment#blind#iansvision#birminghamalabama @rmhcalabama
I was forgetting about the old me. You know the one who was a crazy busy mommy of 2 and an infant at home four years ago. I forgot about how desperate she was just to have at least 30 minutes to herself in the day to be in her own mind and not worry about laundry, dishes, diapers and dinner. I forgot about all the bad habits she had, the late night eating, the excessive drinking, and ALL the SUGAR. But you know what LIFE has a way of reminding you. Unfortunately for me that happened NOT when I became a busy mommy of 3 with an infant at home BUT when I had my detached retina surgery. The bad habits slowly crept back in, and before I knew it I kind of recognized the old me in the mirror. But unlike the old me, THIS ME knows there is something out there that works. Something that will continue to make me the best version of myself. This current version of where we are in life is just a season, seasons change, YOU can change. So I just gave notice. I am committed to 100 workouts. EEK!! But its always better with friends and family. YOU can come and join me, comment or DM so we can chat! #thenewyou#committed#bestversionofyou#bestversionofme#retinaldetachment#recovery
👁 Posterior embryotoxon / Embriotoxon posterior👁 Posterior embryotoxon involves a thickened and centrally displaced anterior border ring of Schwalbe. The Schwalbe ring represents the junction of the trabecular meshwork with the termination of Descemet’s membrane, and it is visible in 8%–30% of normal eyes as an irregular, opaque ridge 0.5–2.0 mm central to the limbus. The term posterior embryotoxon is used when the Schwalbe ring is visible by external examination. Posterior embryotoxon is usually inherited as a dominant trait. The eye is usually normal but can manifest a number of other anterior segment anomalies that are part of ocular or systemic syndromes, such as Alagille syndrome (arteriohepatic dysplasia), X-linked ichthyosis, and familial aniridia . . .Courtesy/cortesia: @edsonnakahara . . 👁❣️ #ophtalmology#oftalmologia#cornea#retina#catarata#uveitis#medicine#glaucoma#eye#ocular#ophtalmologist#cataract#retinaldetachment#detachment#macula#ocularhealth#oftalmo#trauma#conjunctivitis#embriotoxon
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Seeing Spots And Shadows- What Does that mean?? The small spots that drift through your field of vision are Floaters. You might see them as small black or grey dots, rings, or threadlike strands. Confused whether to see an eye doctor for this or not? Floaters are usually not dangerous. It could result from an eye injury, strenuous work or just randomly occur. Floaters that are of concern are associated to serious eye disorders that includes detached retina, bleeding at back of your eye, or torn retina. If any of these problems happens, it could result in permanent vision loss. Immediate laser surgery would need to be done. You never know what it is related to unless you see an eye doctor! So don’t wait and book your appointment if you see floaters! #bramptonfamilyeyecare#eyes#eyeexam#floaters#retina#retinaldetachment#vision#eyehealth#optometry#eyedoctor#brampton#mississauga#milton#georgetown#gta
There are some eye conditions that cannot wait. If you experience flashes, floaters, or a “curtain” over your vision, you could be experiencing a retinal detachment. Never expect that your vision will get better on its own. Always call your eye care provider with any sudden changes to your vision! #retinaldetachment#horseshoetear
Traumatic retinal dialysis resulting from Nerf foam bullet. First image shows retinal tear and detachment from 1:30 to 4:30 originating at 3:00. White arrows indicate commotio retinae and hemorrhage; blue arrows indicate dialysis with the convex border of the fold at the leading edge. Second image taken 2 weeks post-indirect laser retinopexy. White arrows indicate the laser treatment marks. Read the full article: http://bit.ly/cjo_Nerf-injury #casereport #openaccess #retinaldetachment #nerf #protectiveeyewear #allfunandgamesuntil #ophthalmology #vision #visionscience #canadianeyesurgeons #eyesurgeons #clinicalresearch #cjojco
I took this yin yang image two days before my accident. I ended up with two tears in the retina of what was always my “good” eye. The silver lining: My eyes were about to get balanced. . . Exhibit is showing July 4-18 Xposed Gallery Highline @ 19th street www.xposed.nyc . . Beautiful… a projected visual series mixing stills and animations. . . I was blessed to be taking photos at that exact moment my retina let loose. Later in my recovery, I had a moment where this project clicked and I started to dream it up. This series, Beautiful Dots, is my way of honoring this experience and sharing my optical journey. It was a wild ride and changed the way I see life. . . XPOSED is an experimental project located in a private condo fully exposed to the by-passers of the popular Highline park in Manhattan. It is devoted to artistic collaborations with a focus on raising awareness of global and social issues through art. @xposed_on_the_highline #retinaldetachment
در پست هاى قبلى در خصوص فلوتر (مگس پران ) توضيح داده شد. اين پست در مورد flashing ( ديدن جرقه هاى نور در ميدان بينايى) مى باشد. از علل اين مشكل : ١-جدا شدن ژل ويتره از شبكيه:كه معمولا پروسه طبيعى در سنين بالاى ٤٠-٥٠سال مى باشد. ٢-retinal tear ;ايجاد سوراخ در پرده شبكيه :بدنبال ضربه؛جراحى؛نزديك بينى بالا ٣-retinal detachment:پارگى پرده شبكيه ٤-خونريزى عروق شبكيه ٥-التهابهاى داخل چشمى (يوئيت) و هر حالتى كه سبب تحريك شبكيه شود توسط مغز بصورت نور احساس ميشود. بدليل اهميت علل زمينه اى در صورت بروز اين علامت و ديدن جرقه هاى نور حتما با چشم پزشك خود مشورت نماييد. #دكتر_بهناز_فرهادى #flashing#retinaltear#retinalbreak#retinaldetachment
Descolamento de retina extenso com mácula OFF. Paciente feminina, 56 anos, sem comorbidades e sem histórico de trauma. Atendimento: -Preceptor: Dra. Rebeca Cabral -Residente: Dra. Fernanda Cenovicz -Aluna do Curso Prático de Oftalmologia: Dra. Natália Assunção @rebecabral @fercenovicz @hospitaldeolhospr