TNOA Journal of Ophthalmic Science and Research

: 2018  |  Volume : 56  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 283--285

Answers to previous issue Photo Quiz

Shruti Nishanth1, Atheek Shaik2,  
1 Department of Peadiatric Ophthalmology, M. N. Eye Hospital, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
2 Fathimah Eye Clinic, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

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Dr. Shruti Nishanth
M. N. Eye Hospital, Chennai, Tamil Nadu

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 Question 1

A 35-year-old female, with a history of retinal surgery, presents with the clinical picture [Figure 1]. Identify this condition. Which layer is usually affected? And the probable cause?



Band-shaped keratopathy, Bowman's layer, juvenile idiopathic arthritis.

 Question 2

A 65-year-old male presents with a history of painless, persistent redness in one eye that is gradually progressing [Figure 2]. What could be the most probable diagnosis? Name one noninvasive test of diagnosis.



Ocular surface squamous neoplasia, impression cytology using cellulose acetate paper.

 Question 3

A 1-year-old child was brought to the ophthalmologist, with complaints of poor fixation in both eyes since birth, associated with infantile spasms and magnetic resonance imaging brain showing agenesis of corpus callosum. What is the most probable diagnosis based on the fundus finding in [Figure 3]? Name two characteristic fundus features of this syndrome.



Aicardi syndrome, optic nerve dysplasia and chorioretinal lacunae.

 Question 4

Identify this type of cataract [Figure 4]. Name one condition associated with it.



Christmas tree cataract, myotonic dystrophy.

 Question 5

Name this cool ocular gadget [Figure 5].



Argus II retinal prosthesis.

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