Clinical Cases - Clinical Cases What you should carry To...

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Clinical Cases
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What you should carry To examine ophthalmic clinical case you need: 1. Good torch light (essential) 2. A pin hole (essential) 3. Magnification aid, Binocular or uniocular loupe (desirable)
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Case of Cataract
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Evaluation of cataract cases 1. History In a case of cataract, in our circumstances the usual history is: a. Gradual painless diminution of vision b. Change of spectacle number frequently c. Diplopia, polyopia d. Reddish tint of objects seen
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Evaluation e. Diminution of vision more marked in bright light , in cases of central lenticular opacity and diminution of vision, more marked in dim illumination, in cases of peripheral spoke like lenticular opacity.
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Evaluation 2. History of local complaints like history of redness , blurring of vision, particularly in young patients to rule out complicated cataract 3. Systemic history of diabetes and other metabolic disorders, particularly when patient is relatively ‘young’ to exclude pre- senile cataract due to metabolic factors
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