Retina Rounds

Edited by Lisa C. Olmos de Koo, MD, MBA

Getting Too Close to the Sun

This patient learned firsthand about the dangers of viewing the solar eclipse.

Don’t Miss the Disc

Clues to the etiology of a unilateral maculopathy are found beyond the retina.

Why Lesions and After-Image?

Concern for retinal tears in the fellow eye leads to a workup that goes in a different direction.

A Twist on Ocular Trauma

Long bone fracture leads to a curious retinopathy.

A Scotoma the Shape of Australia

Does this patient have a white dot syndrome?

Managing High-Risk Asymptomatic RRD

Navigating a management dilemma in this young surgeon who had LASIK.

TB or Not TB? That Is the Question

Did a complex interplay between TB and high myopia create a unique clinical entity?

Trouble With a Treated Tumor

The source of a scotoma came down to components of both differential diagnoses.

Which White Dot Syndrome Is It?

Vitritis and characteristic cream-colored lesions in both eyes provided valuable clues.

Retinopathy as a Matter of Altitude

Hiking at 11,000 feet results in startling discovery of underlying retinal pathology.

Video Vault

Managing Aphakia Without Capsular Support

Authors Clarissa S.M. Cheng, FRCOphth, Omar Kh Abu Al Ghanam, MBBSc, Felipe Dhawahir-Scala, FRCS (Ed), FRCOphth, LMS, demonstrate the various steps involved in implantation of the Artisan intraocular lens.