Other Conditions Diagnosed

Actual cases diagnosed and photographed through one of our comprehensive eye examinations

Note: All of these photos are of patients seen at our office. Many of these are the extreme case and are not meant to alarm you but only to educate you on the amount of information the eye can provide to the trained observer.

HYPERTENSIVE RETINOPATHY: Chronic blood pressure at 150/90:  Lighter vessel at 12:00  pinches off the underlying vessel
HYPERTENSIVE RETINOPATHY
Chronic blood pressure at 150/90:  Lighter vessel at 12:00  pinches off the underlying vessel


Severe Retinopathy
from Blood pressure 260/160. Patient sent to ER. Patient survived but was days to hours away from a stroke or death.


CORNEAL ABRASION
from sleeping in contact lenses


PTERYGIUM
common in the SW United States. Excessive dryness from wind and sun.


STYE
from clogged oil duct


GPC: Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis
from dirty contact lenses


HERPES
One week prior, patient had a cold sore


CORNEAL ULCER: Scar
Patient needed hospitalization to save the eye


RETINAL DETACHMENT
RD after one day. Vision saved.


RD untreated for 2 weeks
Vision was Lost


DIABETES
Diabetic Retinopathy


NORMAL EYE


MACULAR DEGENERATION
early, dry


MAC DEG
moderate to advanced, dry


MAG DEG
End-stage, dry


MAG DEG
Wet (Bleeding)


PAPILLEDEMA
from Tumor


STROKE
From occluded vein


GLAUCOMA
normal cup, healthy eye


ENLARGED CUP

from Glaucoma


PINGQUECULA

no effect on vision


SUBCONJUNCTIVAL HEMORRHAGE

due to blood thinners


PRE-RETINAL HEMORRHAGE
airbag injury


HISTOPLASMOSIS
From ingestion of pigeon excrement


NORMAL CORNEA circular rings
Notice the perfectly circular rings on the left photo.


Keratoconus Causing Corneal Warpage
Notice the distorted rings. This patient cannot get clear vision with glasses and must be fitted with a rigid gas permeable lens or face corneal transplant surgery. All photos Skowron Eye Care


CATARACT LENS IMPLANT


CORNEAL NEOVASCULARIZATION
from poor fitting contact lens


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