Rare and other Eye Phenomena2022-11-13T05:48:04+00:00
Rare and other Eye Phenomena
Female age 25 with near normal, no reported health issues.
Decentration is considered to be significant for making diagnoses if the deviation of a pupil center from the iris center is more than 3%. No diagnosis reported in the analysis software which is also very rare.
Eye damage due to cosmetic ultrasound treatment: a case report
A healthy 32-year-old Asian woman presented to the emergency department with pain, photophobia and blurred vision in the right eye. There were no associated illnesses, history of retinotoxic exposures (medications, light), or family history of eye disorders.
Unusual presentation of an Adie-like pupil - American Academy of Neurlogy
A 55-year-old woman noticed that her right pupil was oddly shaped, associated with a mild ache. Her afferent visual examination, ocular and eyelid motility, and fundi were normal. Her left pupil was round and reactive (figure 1). The right pupil was elongated (points at 11:00 and 5:00) and tonic (figure 2). There was no ocular hypertension or corneal edema. A year later, the pupil shape became triangular; evaluation revealed ocular hypertension without corneal edema, confirming the iridocorneal endothelial (ICE) syndrome. This case is an unusual presentation of a cat's eye Adie-like pupil as the harbinger for ICE syndrome.