Mr Gwyn Williams FRCOphth, a UK trained Ophthalmologist (eye Doctor / specialist) talks about being an Ophthalmologist at Moorfields eye hospital during his Medical Retina fellowship. Topics covered include why he chose a fellowship in Moorfields eye hospital, how to apply for a fellowship, what happens at a fellowship interview and the day to day life of a fellow. You should watch this video if you are interested in a career in Ophthalmology, becoming an Ophthalmologist, Ophthalmology training in the UK or are interested in applying for a medical retina fellowship to become a medical retina consultant / specialist.
The first FFA video tutorial.
by Mr.Gwyn Williams, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Swansea
Topics covered include: FFA phases and common abnormalities.
After discussion about Sympathetic Ophthalmia at teaching today:
A review of Sympathetic ophthalmia:
A case report:
1) What types of images are shown above?
2) Describe the abnormalities seen?
3) What is the diagnosis?
The above are photographs of the patients right and left eyes. RVA 6/60 and LVA 6/9.
The last 2 images were taken post-anti-VEGF treatment.
1) What is the diagnosis?
54 yr old male presented with LE blurred vision
1) Based on above fundus photos what questions who you ask in PMH?
2) Does it look like PDR or RVO?
A 32 year old lady presented with a CRVO and macular odema.
Her VA and OCT improved after treatment with anti-VEGF Ranibizumab, (the patient was not pregnant at the time).
1) What investigations would you request on presentation?
33 year old army man presented to our uveitis clinic with loss of vision in his RE of 2 weeks duration.
What are the types of images displayed above?
What is your diagnosis?