TNOA Journal of Ophthalmic Science and Research

: 2017  |  Volume : 55  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 333--335

Answers to previous issue photo quiz

Devi Radhakrishnan, Padmaja Jagadeesan 
 Department of Ophthalmology, Sundar Eye Hospital, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India

Correspondence Address:
Dr. Devi Radhakrishnan
Sundar Eye Hospital, W-98, 2nd Avenue, Annanagar, Chennai - 600 040, Tamil Nadu

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Radhakrishnan D, Jagadeesan P. Answers to previous issue photo quiz.TNOA J Ophthalmic Sci Res 2017;55:333-335

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Question 1: a 25-year-old Male C/o Blurred Vision for the Past 2 Months. Few Years Back, He Underwent a Refractive Surgery. What Do You See ? [Figure 1].


Cataract after phakic intraocular lens (IOL) implantation. Arrow shows the hole of the phakic IOL. The edge of the phakic IOL and the optical section of the cataract is seen behind.

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Question 2: Identify the Line in the Corneal Stroma. What Does it Signify? [Figure 2].


Demarcation Line seen in spectral domain optical coherence tomography of cornea which indicates effective cross linking.

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Question 3: What Is the Name of This Device? [Figure 3].


Automated External Defibrillator – an essential component of basic life support.

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Question 4: a 28-year-old Girl C/o Severe Headache. Her Fundus and Fields Are Shown in [Figure 4]a and B, Respectively. Mri Brain Was Normal and Lp Reported High Csf Opening Pressure. What Is She Suffering From?


Benign intracranial hypertension.

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Question 5: a 37-year-old Male Came With C/o Sudden Blurring of Vision Both Eyes and Fundus Showed Bilateral Submacular Hemorrhage in Addition to Superficial Flame and Deep Blot Hemorrhages and Roth Spot. His Medical Records Showed Treatment for Alcoholic Liver Disease, Blood Transfusion for Severe Dimorphic Anemia (Hb 3 Gm/dl), and Chronic Kidney Disease. What Is the Diagnosis? [Figure 5].


Anemic Retinopathy.

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