By Nicholas R. Galloway, Winfried M. K. Amoaku, Peter H. Galloway, Andrew C Browning
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Careful consideration is needed before making the decision for surgery in these cases. Causes of Ptosis • Pseudoptosis: small eye, atrophic eye, lid retraction on other side. • Mechanical ptosis: inﬂammation, tumour, and excess skin. • Myogenic ptosis: myasthenia gravis. • Neurogenic ptosis: sympathetic – Horner’s syndrome, third cranial nerve palsy, any lesion in the pathway of these, carcinoma of the lung can cause Horner’s syndrome. • Drugs: guanethidine eye drops cause ptosis. • Congenital: ask for childhood photograph, ask for family history.
However, a special lens must be placed in front of the patient’s eye. 13). , VOLK +60, +78 or +90DS aspheric lenses). 13. The Goldmann triple mirror. convex lenses provide inverted reversed images like the indirect ophthalmoscope. Another useful way of examining the fundus is by means of fundus photography. The photographs provide a permanent record of the fundus. A special type of fundus photograph, known as a ﬂuorescein angiogram, shows up the retinal vessels, including the capillaries, in great detail.
Cross-section of a normal eyelid. 38 Common Eye Diseases and their Management upper eyelid caused by trachoma. This is rare in the UK but still common in the Middle East and countries where trachoma is still rife. 9. Epicanthus. squinting and this can cause considerable parental anxiety. It is important to explain that the squint is simply an optical illusion once the absence of any true deviation of the eyes has been conﬁrmed. Epicanthus persists into adult life in Mongolian races, and occasionally it is seen in European adults.
Common Eye Diseases And Their Management 3rd Ed. by Nicholas R. Galloway, Winfried M. K. Amoaku, Peter H. Galloway, Andrew C Browning