Case Report
Published On: February 9, 2018

Presence of a Stone Fragment on Anterior Surface of Iris for Fifty Years

Örnek N1*, Örnek K2, Gökçınar NB1 and Oğurel T1
Intraocular foreign bodies if not metallic and vegetative are well tolerated and remain quiet for years. Were port a male patient with a fragment of stone located on anterior surface of inferior iris for 50 years. He had ocular surgery because of penetrating ocular trauma 50 years ago. He was aphakic, pupil was pushed upwards, iris sphincter was a trophic superiorly and eye was quiet without any sign of inf...

Clinical Image
Published On: February 27, 2018

A Case of Pterygium and Ipsilateral Iris Nevus

Ozdemir O*, Ozen Tunay Z and Erginturk Acar D
A 82-year-old woman presented with blurred near vision and epiphora. Corrected visual acuity was 1.0LogMar in both eyes. Intraocular pressure was 15mmHg in both eyes. The anterior segment examination in the right eye was normal. In the left eye, there was a pterygium nasally. Besides that, a brown nevus was found extending from the lower border of the pupilla to the peripheral iris...