Dr.Gaganjeet Singh Gujral

Title: Ups & Downs Of Retina-Choroid (Life) 

Description: OCT scan of the right eye depicting a focal choroidal excavation(FCE) followed by large hemorrhagic pigment epithelial detachment(PED) in continuity of a single scan(Horizontal and Vertical scans). This is case where a non conforming type of FCE has been noted along with Polypoidal Choroidal Vasculopathy which has bled. Fundus photograph depicting large hemorrhagic PED in macular region with altered subretinal hemorrhage along inferior arcade.

Dr. Kushal Delhiwala

Title: The tumor is black, but life is colorful#seeacure #eyegetdilated

Description: Ultra-wide field retinal imaging for left eye of 54-year-old phakic healthy male showing inferior large choroidal melanoma and associated exudative retinal detachment (RD). This choroidal melanoma was diagnosed accidentally after dilated eye checkup for mild blurring of vision in left eye and presenting BCVA of 6/9. BCVA correlated with subtle extension of RD to fovea. After thorough metastatic workup showing no metastases, patient underwent enucleation. This case shows importance of dilated ocular examination even for subtle blurring of vision.

Dr. Akshat B.Kothari

Title: Bilateral CRAO as a presenting feature of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in a young female

Description: A young female presented to OPD with a history of diminished vision since 10 days. She had no Systemic illness except for hospital Admission for 3 weeks for unexplained fever. Fundus photo showed Bilateral CRAO with intra-retinal hemorrhages with left eye more severely involved than Right eye. FFA shows Increased Arm to retina time with increased Arterial to venous Transit time with ischemic macula and extensive non Perfusion areas involving posterior pole and periphery with large vessel staining. All the Blood investigations were normal including Serum homocysteine and Antiphospholipid Antibody( APLA) . So , this is a case of Bilateral CRAO as a presenting feature of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus.