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EyeRounds Online Atlas of Ophthalmology

Historical archive:
Pediatric Ophthalmology

For more recent images, see Pediatric Ophthalmology

Click on the thumbnail images for a larger photograph and description of each case

*Dr. Caccamise generously shared his images of patients taken while operating during the "eye season" in rural India as well as those from his private practice during the 1960's and 1970's. Many of his images are significant for their historical perspective and for techniques and conditions seen in settings in undeveloped areas.

Photograph Diagnosis
Advanced retinoblastoma OD
amaurotic cat's eye OU - an ultimate tragedy
anatomical anomaly of caruncula lacrimalis
bifurcated caruncle - a congenital variant
Brushfield's spots in a normal adult
clinical anophthalmos
clinical anophthalmos - congenital
clinical anophthalmos OU
coloboma of iris- congenital or surgical
coloboma of iris: the bridge variety
coloboma-congenital-of iris in a cache
congenital anophthalmos
congenital coloboma of iris with immature cortical cataract
congenital coloboma of the iris with pyriform cornea
congenital ectropion uveae
Congenital finger syndactylism with congenital anopthalmus O.D.
congenital microphthalmos
Congenital Ptosis
congenital ptosis - bilateral
consanguinity: its reflection ocularly
craniofacial dysostosis
epiblepharon lower lid
epibleparon-a 2nd case
epicanthal fold (epicanthus palpebralis) OU
epicanthal fold OU
exotropia OS
Heterochromia - no evidence of pathology
hypoplasia of the iris
ichthyosis
iris nevus: sectorial heterochromia
lipodermoid - OD
lipodermoid / dermolipoma
Marasmic 2 yr old blind child due to xerophthalmia caused by vitamin A deficiency
Marcus Gunn Jaw-winking Phenomenon
microcornea with coloboma of iris and choroid
microphthalmos OS
nanophthalmos with cataract
nevus of Ota : definite in grandmother, in grandson
normal variant in iris anatomy in a healthy adult
persistent pupillary membrane with anterior polar-like cataract. Very similar to the second photo in another patient.
polycoria (false) - 2 photos
posterior lens capsule remnants following needling of traumatic cataract os
protuberant scar - reaction to lateral rectus muscle resection=OD
Relentless retinoblastoma O.D.
Right Hypotropia Secondary to Thyroid Ophthalmopathy
sectorial heterochromia iridis
Smallpox
tigroid iris: with a number of dark-brown nevi
 


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last updated: 08/04/2014
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