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Clinical photography: Ophthalmic parasitosis

Image supplied by Gerard McCarron, Specsavers Cessnock, NSW The photograph above shows ophthalmic parasitosis with tractional fibrosis extending from the lesion to the optic nerve, causing...

Clinical photography: Retinitis pigmentosa

Image supplied by Sheree Goodall, Specsavers Whangarei, NZ Retinitis pigmentosa is a rare inherited / genetic condition that occurs due to a progressive loss of rod...

Clinical photography: Endothelial pigment

Image supplied by Rachel Dixon, Specsavers Maidstone, UK Presentation Pigment deposition on the endothelium is most effectively assessed during slit lamp examination by focussing light directly onto...

Clinical photography: Epicapsular stars

Image supplied by Jong Lee, Specsavers Belmont Forum, WA Presentation Epicapsular stars (or congenital epicapsular pigmentation) are very small, stellate, pigment deposits on the anterior lens capsule....

Clinical photography: Age-related macular degeneration

Image supplied by Gemma Corkery-McClean, Specsavers Whangarei, NZ In the photograph shown, the appearance of larger / confluent drusen is present, as is a central...