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Christopher Calandrella D.O.
Surg: c sxn
Soc: denies tob./ill/EtOH
Fam hx. denies
No fever, change of vision prior. No corrective lenses. No cough, no SOB, no abdominal pain, no pedal edemaROS and History
Confrontation of Visual Fields
Eye pain with hx of working with metal
Flashing lights or curtain veil
Central Retinal Artery Occlusion
Projectile corneal or Intraocular foreign body
Retinal detachmentDetailed History
Pause during upward and lateral gaze to detect nystagmus.
Putti exam eye of cyclops 1613 optics geometry
Also facilitates FB removal and is also used in conjunction with most applanation tonometers
Patients who cannot tolerate an upright sitting positionIndications and Contraindications
Is this the correct way?
Appearance of the left eye during anterior chamber examination under low power:
a, corneal epithelium; b, corneal stroma; c, corneal endothelium; d, anterior chamber (potential location of cells or flare); e, iris; f, lens reflection.
The slit of light shines in the temporal to nasal direction at 45° to the anterior surface of the cornea.
Intravitreal Kenalog injection
Treat for 5-10 days with one drop every 1-4 hours.
Be aggressive for Pseudomonas.
No contact lens
Typically treat immuno-compromised
Broad spect. Antibiotic
One drop four times daily for 5-7 daysBacterial Conjunctivitis Treatment