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Clinical photography – Corneal abrasion

This photograph shows an example of a distinct corneal abrasion. The presentation is fairly common, with patients generally complaining of acute trauma (e.g. fingernail scratch, as pictured here), significant pain, photophobia, epiphora and a foreign body sensation in the eye. | more

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Clinical photography – Papilloedema

Image supplied by Nick Whittingham, Specsavers  Papilloedema is a swelling of the optic disc that occurs as a result of elevated intracranial pressure (ICP). The condition is usually bilateral, although one eye may be more severe | more

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Clinical photography – Ophthalmic parasitosis

Ophthalmic parasitosis with tractional fibrosis extending from the lesion to the optic nerve, causing distortion of the epi-retinal layer. Inactive peripheral retinal focal lesions can also be seen in the inferior segment adjacent to the major arterial arcade. | more