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The Drone Slit Lamp, Robotized System for Remote Eye Exam

Type: Other Lectures
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Florence A. Cabot, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Cabot

Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Jason C. Fan, MD, PhD
Faculty Discussant(s): Guillermo Amescua, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Amescua, Fan
Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis This presentation describes a case of granulomatosis with polyangiitis in which ocular disease (scleritis) led to the diagnosis. The patient subsequently developed scleral melt with uveal show, requiring a multidisciplinary approach with Rheumatology to escalate imm…

Sebaceous Carcinoma Presenting with Corneal Ulcer and Descemetocele

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Patrick Staropoli, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Carol L. Karp, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Karp, Staropoli
Sebaceous Carcinoma Presenting with Corneal Ulcer and Descemetocele An 87-year-old male was referred for second opinion due to nonhealing corneal ulcer of his right eye. He had a past medical history significant for basal cell carcinoma, arthritis, hypertension, hypothyroid, CABG, and carotid stent…

Conjunctiva

Type: Medical Student Education
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Chris R. Alabiad, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Alabiad

In this module, we will look at:




Conjunctiva


Sclera


Cornea

Type: Medical Student Education
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Chris R. Alabiad, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Alabiad

In this module, we will look at:




Corneal Anatomy


Refractive Errors


Dry Eye Syndrome


Corneal Infections


Immune Mediated Corneal Disease



Corneal Ectasias and Degenerations


Acanthamoeba Keratitis with Radial Perineuritis

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Ann V. Quan, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Quan, Patel

White linear radial stromal haze caused by infiltration and inflammation of the corneal nerves by the amoeba.

Bee Stinger in the Cornea

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Nimesh A. Patel, MD; Sonia H. Yoo, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Patel, Yoo

The bee stinger seen in the cornea has remained stable for many years and not affected the vision or required removal.

Epithelial Ingrowth Post LASIK

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Hasenin Al-khersan, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD; Daniela P. Reyes-Capo, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Al-khersan, Patel, Reyes-Capo

Slit lamp photo post LASIK surgery 2 months prior showing patches of cellular material in the the cornea, worse inferiorly. The anterior segment OCT demonstrates the level of the ingrowth is in the interface of the flap.

Euphorbia Keratitis From Milkweed Exposure

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Audina M. Berrocal, MD; William W. Culbertson, IV, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Berrocal, Culbertson, Patel

The patient presented with corneal edema and descemet's folds. The patient noted that she was gardening, and the offending contact was likely euphorbia cyparissias plant sap.

Fungal Keratitis Post Penetrating Keratoplasty

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Daniel S. Choi, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD; Sarah P. Read, MD, PhD
Presenter/Faculty: Choi, Patel, Read

Post penetrating keratoplasty for candida keratitis, this patient developed another foci of infection within the graft tissue. Stromal vascularization and edema can be seen indication failure of the graft.

Keratoprosthesis Endophthalmitis

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Nimesh A. Patel, MD; Guillermo Amescua, MD; Janet L. Davis, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Patel, Amescua, Davis

Keratoprosthesis infiltrate and epithelial defect. There was progression with pain and and vitritis that led to removal of the prosthesis.

Metal Tip Post Phacoemulsification Surgery

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Carol L. Karp, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD; Swarup S. Swaminathan, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Karp, Patel, Swaminathan

This patient underwent uneventful cataract surgery. On post-operative day 1 there was found to be a fragment of metal on the iris likely from the phacoemulsification probe.

Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Nimesh A. Patel, MD; Jesse D. Sengillo, MD; Patrick Staropoli, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Patel, Sengillo, Staropoli

Inferior peripheral corneal thinning due to systemic inflammatory disease. Surgery was with conjunctival recession and amniotic membrane placement.

Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Guillermo Amescua, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD; Humberto Salazar, III, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Amescua, Patel, Salazar
Peripheral crescentic ulceration and thinning along limbus from 0600 to 1200 with superior neovascularization associated with pain. Treatment was initially with lubrication, antibiotic, systemic steroids, vitamin C, and doxycycline. Ultimately, the patient needed conjunctival recession with AMT pla…

Sub-Conjunctival Lens Migration

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Ashley M. Crane, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Crane, Patel

Patient with history of multiple retinal detachments with a phthisis eye. The crystalline lens is noted to have migrated external to the sclera and subconjunctivally.

Acanthamoeba Keratitis

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Angela J. Verkade, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Sander R. Dubovy, MD; Carol L. Karp, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Dubovy, Karp, Verkade
Acanthamoeba Keratitis Acanthamoeba keratitis, while an uncommon form of keratitis, is important to recognize and treat aggressively. Unfortunately, due to its encysted form, acanthamoeba is not only difficult to diagnose with standards methods of culture, but it is also very resistant to treatment…

FLACS - AK Associated Infectious Keratitis

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Leonid Zlotcavitch, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Guillermo Amescua, MD; Terrence P. O'Brien, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Amescua, O'Brien, Zlotcavitch
FLACS - AK Associated Infectious Keratitis A 62-year-old female 6 weeks after FLACS - AK presented to BPEI- ED for ocular irritation, decreased vision, and photophobia. Her examination disclosed vision = 20/30, focal conjunctival hyperemia and a corneal stromal infiltrate located beneath a mid-peri…

COVID-19 Related Conjunctivitis

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Diana M. Laura, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Guillermo Amescua, MD; Zubair Ansari, MD; Harry W. Flynn, Jr., MD
Presenter/Faculty: Amescua, Ansari, Flynn, Laura
COVID-19 Related Conjunctivitis A 33-year-old female presented with 6 days of eye redness and tearing without vision changes. She had no significant past medical history and was not taking any medications. Of note, the patient was a Registered Nurse at University of Miami Hospital. She had multiple…

Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndrome

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): C. Maxwell Medert, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Guillermo Amescua, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Amescua, Medert
Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndrome (ICE) A 27-year-old woman presented for corneal evaluation with a history of secondary glaucoma. She was found to have iridocorneal endothelial syndrome (ICE). She underwent DSAEK, which failed after 13 months. Subsequent Type 1 Boston Keratoprosthesis was successf…

Peters Anomaly Type I

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Huda Sheheitli, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Alana Grajewski, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Grajewski, Sheheitli
Peters Anomaly Type 1 A 2-week-old girl presented with bilateral Type I Peters anomaly consisting of bilateral dense central corneal opacities and iridocorneal adhesions. Upon presentation patient had elevated IOP in both eyes (OU) (38 mmHg in the right eye (OD) and 40 mmHg in the left eye (OS)), w…