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Ocular onset is seldom for an arachnoid cyst. We present the case of a young man whose only symptom when hospitalized, was the unilateral peripheral field contraction. It was afterwards specified the presence of the arachnoid cyst and it's pathogenic feature, the compression of the optic nerve.
PURPOSE Fibrovascular contraction and tractional retinal detachment (TRD) are recognized complications associated with the use of anti-vascular endothelial growth factor agents in vasoproliferative vitreoretinopathies. The authors characterize TRDs that developed after intravitreal bevacizumab or ranibizumab therapy for vascularly active retinopathy of… (More)
This paper presents two cases of corneal abscess and their therapeutically approach which was the surgical treatment (penetrant keratoplasty). First case was a corneal ulcer which failed to abscess under medical therapy. The second case was a corneal abscess complicated with impending perforation after intracorneal foreign body. The particular aspects for… (More)
This paper presents the case of a pacient operated for organized hemoftalmus after central retinal vein thrombosis (total vitrectomy) and whom five days after surgery a macular hole was observed and internal indendation with gas was performed. Postoperative evolution was good. Two months after surgery the pacient returns with cvasitotal regmatogen retinal… (More)
INTRODUCTION Fungal keratitis is one of the most difficult corneal infections to be properly diagnosed and treated. PURPOSE Diagnostic and therapeutic approaches in atypical keratitis, regarding a case. MATERIAL AND METHOD The paper presents a case of stromal fungal keratitis successfully treated with topical amphotericin B 0,2% and natamycin 5%. The… (More)
The paper presents a comparison between two therapeutic approaches in patients with cataract and glaucoma: combined filtering-cataract surgery and two-step surgery (initially glaucoma surgery, then cataract surgery). There are shown the criteria which sustain one or other condition, the kind of control of intraocular pressure, the evolution of visual… (More)
We present the case of patient D. E., 48 years old, whose diagnosis is nonfunctional pituitary adenoma. The diagnosis was revealed by the presence of bitemporal hemianopia. This observation led us to remember the principal neuro-ophthalmological manifestations and to emphasize the part of the ophthalmologist in the diagnosis of this disease.