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Cataract/Anterior Segment

  1. Anterior basement membrane dystrophy (Map-Dot-Fingerprint with Cogan microcystic corneal epithelial dystrophy)
  2. Anterior capsule fibrosis and phimosis
  3. Anterior capsulotomy – capsulorrhexis and can opener
  4. Anterior chamber intracular lens implantation
  5. Anterior polar cataracts
  6. Astigmatic keratotomy – peripheral corneal (limbal) relaxing incisions
  7. Atopic dermatitis and cataract
  8. Biometry
  9. Blepharitis and/or acne rosacea and cataract surgery
  10. Capsular staining
  11. Capsule tension rings
  12. Cataract associated with uveitis
  13. Cataract surgery combined with glaucoma filtering procedure
  14. Cataract surgery following a glaucoma filtering procedure
  15. Cataract surgery following penetrating keratoplasty
  16. Cataract surgery following refractive surgery
  17. Cataract surgery in the functionally monocular individual
  18. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and cataract surgery
  19. Ciliary block glaucoma (malignant glaucoma, aqueous misdirection) (as a complication of cataract surgery)
  20. Clear lens extraction-refractive lensectomy
  21. Coloboma of the iris, ciliary body or choroid, iris defects
  22. Complications of neodymium yttrium-aluminum-garnet capsulotomy
  23. Congenital and infantile cataract
  24. Congenital aniridia
  25. Conjunctival concretions
  26. Corneal complications of phacoemulsification and intraocular lenses
  27. Corneal melting with ocular surface disease (complication of cataract surgery)
  28. Corneal topography
  29. Cyclodialysis
  30. Cystoid macular edema
  31. Detachment of Descemet's membrane
  32. Developmental and traumatic cataracts in children
  33. Diabetes mellitus and cataract formation
  34. Ectopia lentis
  35. Endophthalmitis (complication of cataract surgery)
  36. Endothelial dystrophy and cataract surgery
  37. Errant continuous curvilinear capsulorrhexis rescue and management
  38. Evaluation in patients with opaque media
  39. Evaluation of glare disability: subjective and objective
  40. Evaluation of visual loss not fully explained by degree of cataract
  41. Extracapsular cataract extraction
  42. General anesthesia
  43. Guyton-Minkowski potential acuity meter test
  44. High hyperopia and cataract surgery
  45. High myopia and cataract surgery
  46. Hydrodissection and hydrodelineation
  47. Hypermature cataract
  48. Incorrect intraocular lens power
  49. Induced astigmatism (complication of cataract surgery)
  50. Infection prophylaxis
  51. Infrared radiation (glassblowers cataract)
  52. Instrumentation for intraocular lens implantation
  53. Interlenticular opacification
  54. Intracameral anesthesia
  55. Intracapsular cataract extraction (ICCE)
  56. Intralenticular foreign bodies
  57. Intraocular lens calculation following refractive surgery
  58. Intraocular lens decentration and dislocation
  59. Intraocular lens implantation in children
  60. Intraocular lens material and design
  61. Intraoperative management of dropped nucleus
  62. Intraoperative management of iris prolapse
  63. Intraoperative shallowing of the anterior chamber
  64. Intraoperative signs of posterior capsular rupture
  65. Intravenous sedation and analgesia
  66. Intumescent cortical cataract
  67. IOL opacification
  68. Ionizing radiation and cataracts
  69. Iridodialysis
  70. Iridodialysis (complication of cataract surgery)
  71. Iris melanoma
  72. Iris nevus
  73. Keratoconjunctivitis sicca and cataract surgery
  74. Keratoconus and cataract surgery
  75. Lens-induced glaucoma - lens particle
  76. Lens-induced glaucoma - phacolytic
  77. Lens-induced glaucoma - phacomorphic
  78. Management of intraoperative vitreous loss
  79. Management of small pupil
  80. Manual small incision cataract surgery
  81. Microscope induced light toxicity
  82. Microspherophakia
  83. Morgagnian cataract
  84. Myotonic dystrophy and cataracts
  85. Neodymium yttrium-aluminum-garnet laser posterior capsulotomy
  86. Neovascularization of the iris
  87. Nonultrasonic emulsification
  88. Nuclear cataracts
  89. Ophthalmic viscosurgical devices
  90. Orbicularis oculi akinesia
  91. Patients with anticoagulation therapy or bleeding diathesis and cataract surgery
  92. Patients with diabetes mellitus and cataract surgery
  93. Patients with retinal comorbidities and cataract surgery
  94. Patients with silicone oil and cataract surgery
  95. Perforating and penetrating injury of the lens
  96. Perforating injuries of the anterior segment
  97. Peribulbar anesthesia
  98. Peters anomaly
  99. Phacoantigenic uveitis (phacoanaphylactic uveitis)
  100. Phacoemulsification fluidics
  101. Phacoemulsification pumps
  102. Phacoemulsification techniques - nuclear removal
  103. Pinguecula
  104. Pinhole visual acuity test
  105. Posterior capsule opacification
  106. Posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation
  107. Posterior continuous curvilinear capsulorrhexis (PCCC)
  108. Posterior polar cataracts
  109. Posterior staphyloma and cataract surgery
  110. Posterior subcapsular cataracts
  111. Postoperative elevated intraocular pressure
  112. Postoperative inflammation
  113. Postoperative shallow or flat anterior chamber
  114. Pseudoexfoliation (exfoliation syndrome )
  115. Pseudoexfoliation and cataract surgery
  116. Pterygium
  117. Pupillary capture (complication of cataract surgery)
  118. Retinal detachment (complication of cataract surgery)
  119. Retinopathy of prematurity and cataract surgery
  120. Retrobulbar anesthesia
  121. Retrobulbar hemorrhage
  122. Small eyes and cataract surgery
  123. Special cases: alternative means for lens implantation (capsulorrhexis capture)
  124. Special cases: ciliary sulcus fixation of posterior chamber intraocular lenses
  125. Special cases: primary piggy-back lenses
  126. Special cases: secondary intraocular lens implantation
  127. Special cases: secondary piggy-back lenses
  128. Special cases: sutured posterior chamber intraocular lens implantation
  129. Sub-Tenons anesthesia
  130. Suprachoroidal hemorrhage or effusion
  131. Surgery of dense nuclear cataracts
  132. Surgery of white cataracts
  133. Surgical trauma - hyphema
  134. Thermal injury or "phaco burns"
  135. Topical anesthesia
  136. Toric intraocular lenses
  137. Toxic anterior segment syndrome
  138. Traumatic cataract
  139. Traumatic dislocation and subluxation
  140. Traumatic hyphema
  141. Traumatic iritis
  142. Traumatic mydriasis
  143. Triple procedure (cataract extraction, intraocular lens implantation and penetrating keratoplasty)
  144. Ultrasound - clinical principles
  145. Ultraviolet radiation
  146. Undesired optical images associated with intraocular lens implants
  147. Uveitis and cataract surgery
  148. Uveitis-glaucoma-hyphema (UGH) syndrome
  149. Vitreous incarceration in wound
  150. Vossius ring
  151. Wound construction (limbal, scleral pocket, clear corneal)
  152. Wound leak or filtering bleb (complication of cataract surgery

Cornea/External Disease

  1. Acanthamoeba keratitis
  2. Acute blepharitis
  3. Acute conjunctivitis
  4. Adenovirus conjunctivitis and keratoconjunctivitis
  5. Adult chlamydial keratoconjunctivitis
  6. Allergic conjunctivitis
  7. Allograft rejection
  8. Amniotic membrane transplantation
  9. Angular blepharitis
  10. Anterior lamellar keratoplasty
  11. Anterior segment ischemia
  12. Anterior stromal puncture
  13. Application of corneal tissue adhesive
  14. Aqueous tear deficiency and Sjögren syndrome
  15. Atopic dermatoblepharitis
  16. Atopic keratoconjunctivitis
  17. Bacterial conjunctivitis in children and adults
  18. Bacterial conjunctivitis of neonates
  19. Bacterial keratitis
  20. Band keratopathy
  21. Bandage contact lenses
  22. Blunt trauma affecting the corneal stroma and endothelium
  23. Chemical (alkali and acid) injury of the conjunctiva and cornea
  24. Chronic blepharitis
  25. Chronic conjunctivitis
  26. Conjunctival biopsy
  27. Conjunctival flap (Gundersen flap)
  28. Conjunctival foreign body
  29. Conjunctival inflammation with scarring
  30. Conjunctival laceration
  31. Conjunctival resection
  32. Contact lens-induced conjunctivitis
  33. Corneal and corneoscleral laceration
  34. Corneal biopsy
  35. Corneal changes due to birth trauma
  36. Corneal changes due to congenital glaucoma
  37. Corneal edema
  38. Corneal epithelial basement membrane dystrophy/degeneration
  39. Corneal epithelial debridement
  40. Corneal esthesiometry
  41. Corneal foreign body
  42. Corneal guttate changes
  43. Corneal pachymetry
  44. Corneal perforation
  45. Cryotherapy of the ocular surface
  46. Dellen
  47. Detection of altered structure and differentiation of signs of inflammation affecting the eyelid margin, conjunctiva, cornea, sclera, and iris
  48. Diagnostic assessment of endothelial wound healing
  49. Diagnostic assessment of epithelial wound healing
  50. Diagnostic assessment of scleral wound healing
  51. Diagnostic techniques for infectious diseases of the cornea and conjunctiva, including specimen collection methods for microbiologic testing and diagnostic assessment of the normal ocular flora
  52. Diagnostic techniques for neoplasia of the cornea, conjunctiva, and eyelid margin, including specimen collection methods for histopathological testing
  53. Donor selection criteria contraindicating donor cornea use for corneal transplantation
  54. EDTA chelation
  55. Endothelial keratoplasty
  56. Epiphora
  57. Episcleritis
  58. Evaluation of donor corneal tissue
  59. Excision of conjunctival lesion, including chalazion
  60. Exposure keratopathy
  61. External examination: performance and record keeping
  62. Factitious ocular surface disorders
  63. Filamentary keratopathy
  64. Floppy eyelid syndrome
  65. Fuchs endothelial dystrophy
  66. Fungal keratitis
  67. Granular and lattice corneal dystrophies
  68. Herpes simplex virus blepharitis, conjunctivitis, and blepharoconjunctivitis
  69. Herpes simplex virus epithelial keratitis
  70. Herpes simplex virus stromal keratitis and endotheliitis
  71. Hordeolum and chalazion
  72. Irregular astigmatism including contact lens warpage
  73. Keratoconus
  74. Keratoglobus
  75. Lagophthalmos
  76. Limbal conjunctival autografts
  77. Limbal stem cell allografts (living and cadaveric donors)
  78. Limbal stem-cell deficiency: related to exogenous condition
  79. Limbal stem-cell deficiency: related to intrinsic disease
  80. Lipid keratopathy
  81. Lipid tear deficiency
  82. Lyme keratitis
  83. Lymphoma affecting the conjunctiva
  84. Macular corneal dystrophy
  85. Management of descemetocele and corneal perforation by bandage contact lens, tissue adhesive or reconstructive graft
  86. Marginal corneal infiltrates associated with blepharoconjunctivitis
  87. Measurement of corneal topography by retinoscopy, keratometry, computerized corneal topography, and wavefront analysis
  88. Meibomian gland dysfunction, rosacea, and seborrheic blepharitis
  89. Melanoma of the conjunctiva
  90. Microbial scleritis and sclerokeratitis
  91. Microsporidial keratoconjunctivitis
  92. Molluscum contagiosum
  93. Mooren ulcer
  94. Mucin deficiency
  95. Neurotrophic keratopathy
  96. Newcastle disease conjunctivitis
  97. Nonulcerative keratitis
  98. Ocular mucous membrane pemphigoid
  99. Ocular surface problems related to contact lens wear
  100. Ocular surface squamous neoplasia: corneal intraepithelial neoplasia, conjunctival intraepithelial neoplasia, and squamous cell carcinoma
  101. Papillary hypertrophy of the conjunctiva
  102. Pellucid marginal corneal degeneration
  103. Penetrating keratoplasty
  104. Peripheral keratitis
  105. Peripheral ulcerative keratitis associated with systemic immune-mediated diseases
  106. Persistent corneal epithelial defect
  107. Peter anomaly
  108. Phototherapeutic keratectomy
  109. Pigmentation of the conjunctiva and cornea
  110. Posterior polymorphous dystrophy
  111. Postinflammatory, posttraumatic, and postsurgical corneal opacity
  112. Postsurgical corneal edema
  113. Primary acquired melanosis of the conjunctiva
  114. Pterygium
  115. Pterygium excision
  116. Punctal occlusion
  117. Pyogenic granuloma
  118. Recurrent erosion
  119. Reis-Bücklers dystrophy and Thiel-Behnkes dystrophy (CDB type I and type II)
  120. Repair of corneal laceration and suture closure of corneal wound
  121. Salzmann nodular degeneration
  122. Scleritis
  123. Sebaceous gland carcinoma of the eyelid margin and conjunctiva
  124. Slit-lamp biomicroscopy: performance and record-keeping
  125. Staphylococcal blepharitis
  126. Stevens-Johnson syndrome
  127. Stromal interstitial keratitis associated with systemic disease
  128. Subconjunctival hemorrhage
  129. Subepithelial infiltrates and opacities
  130. Superficial keratectomy
  131. Superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis (SLK)
  132. Surgical injury of Descemets membrane and corneal endothelium
  133. Surgical injury of the conjunctiva and cornea
  134. Syphilitic interstitial keratitis
  135. Tarsorrhaphy
  136. Tear film evaluation: static and dynamic assessments; tear break-up time, Schirmer
  137. Terrien marginal degeneration
  138. Thygeson superficial punctate keratitis
  139. Toxic conjunctivitis and keratitis
  140. Toxic medication injury of the conjunctiva
  141. Toxic medication injury of the cornea
  142. Toxic vegetation injury of the ocular surface
  143. Traumatic corneal abrasion
  144. Trichiasis and distichiasis
  145. Ulcerative keratitis
  146. Universal precautions for minimizing transmission of bloodborne pathogens and surface infectious agents
  147. Use of stains for examining the ocular surface
  148. Varicella zoster virus dermatoblepharitis and conjunctivitis
  149. Varicella zoster virus epithelial keratitis
  150. Varicella zoster virus stromal keratitis
  151. Vernal keratoconjunctivitis

Glaucoma

  1. Acute primary angle-closure glaucoma
  2. Alpha adrenergic agonists
  3. Aniridia
  4. Aphakic and intraocular lens (IOL) related glaucoma
  5. Aqueous misdirection (malignant glaucoma, ciliary block glaucoma)
  6. Aqueous shunt surgery
  7. Axenfeld-Rieger Syndrome
  8. Beta-adrenergic antagonists
  9. Carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
  10. Chronic angle-closure glaucoma
  11. Ciliary body ablation procedures
  12. Clinical trials in glaucoma
  13. Combination medical therapy
  14. Combined cataract and filtering surgery
  15. Corneal pachymetry
  16. Corticosteroid-induced glaucoma (steroid glaucoma)
  17. Cyclodialysis clefts
  18. Ectopia lentis and angle-closure glaucoma
  19. Elevated episcleral venous pressure
  20. Examination of the optic nerve at the slit-lamp biomicroscope with a handheld lens
  21. Examination of the optic nerve head by direct ophthalmoscopy
  22. Examination of the optic nerve head by indirect ophthalmoscopy
  23. Frequency doubling technology perimetry (FDT)
  24. Glaucoma and corneal surgery
  25. Glaucoma and penetrating keratoplasty
  26. Glaucoma and pregnancy
  27. Glaucoma associated with epithelial and fibrous ingrowth
  28. Glaucoma associated with intraocular tumors
  29. Glaucoma associated with retinal surgery, nonrhegmatogenous retinal detachment and retinal vascular disease
  30. Gonioscopy
  31. Goniotomy and trabeculotomy for congenital or infantile glaucoma
  32. Hyperosmotic agents
  33. Hyphema
  34. Incisional filtering surgery for open angle glaucoma
  35. Incisional surgery for angle closure
  36. Inflammatory glaucoma (secondary open-angle and angle-closure glaucoma)
  37. Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome (a secondary angle-closure glaucoma)
  38. Juvenile open angle glaucoma
  39. Laser gonioplasty or peripheral iridoplasty for angle closure
  40. Laser iridotomy for angle closure
  41. Laser trabeculoplasty
  42. Lens-induced glaucoma
  43. Medication induced glaucoma
  44. Nanophthalmos and secondary angle-closure glaucoma
  45. Neovascular glaucoma
  46. Normal Tension Glaucoma
  47. Ocular hypotony
  48. Optic nerve head and retinal nerve fiber layer imaging
  49. Parasympathomimetic agents
  50. Persistent fetal vasculature (PFV) and retinopathy of prematurity (ROP)
  51. Pigmentary glaucoma
  52. Plateau iris
  53. Post-traumatic or angle recession glaucoma
  54. Primary congenital or infantile glaucoma
  55. Primary open-angle glaucoma
  56. Primary open-angle glaucoma suspect
  57. Prostaglandin analogues
  58. Pseudoexfoliation (exfoliation syndrome)
  59. Secondary angle closure glaucoma
  60. Standard automated static perimetry
  61. Subacute angle-closure glaucoma
  62. Ultrasound biomicroscopy

Neuro-Ophthalmology

  1. Abducens nerve palsy
  2. Abducens nuclear lesion
  3. Aberrant regeneration of the third nerve
  4. Adie's pupil
  5. Afferent pupillary defect
  6. AIDS (HIV)
  7. Alzheimer and neuro-ophthalmology of dementing disorders
  8. Anisocoria secondary to third nerve palsy
  9. Anterior ischemic optic neuropathy
  10. Argyll Robertson pupil
  11. Arteriography
  12. Aspergillosis
  13. Automated static perimetry
  14. Autosomal dominant optic atrophy
  15. Benign essential blepharospasm
  16. Blood tests in neuro-ophthalmology
  17. Branch retinal artery occlusion
  18. Carcinoma associated retinopathy (CAR)
  19. Cavernous sinus painful ophthalmoplegia
  20. Cavernous sinus syndrome
  21. Central retinal artery occlusion
  22. Cerebral aneurysms
  23. Cerebral venous and dural sinus thrombosis
  24. Cerebrovascular disease/stroke
  25. Chiasmal syndromes
  26. Choroidal ischemia
  27. Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia (CPEO)
  28. Classical brainstem syndromes
  29. Color vision
  30. Comitant deviation
  31. Compressive optic neuropathy
  32. Computed tomography
  33. Computed tomographic angiography (CTA)
  34. Confrontation visual field testing
  35. Congenital innervational ophthalmoplegia
  36. Convergence insufficiency
  37. Convergence retraction nystagmus
  38. Demyelinating optic neuritis
  39. Diabetic papillopathy
  40. Dissecting aneurysms
  41. Divergence insufficiency
  42. Down beat nystagmus
  43. Dural cavernous fistula and traumatic carotid cavernous fistula
  44. Essential anisocoria
  45. Eyelid retraction
  46. Facial nerve dysfunction
  47. Functional disorder
  48. Genetics in neuro ophthalmology
  49. Giant cell arteritis (anterior ischemic optic neuropathy)
  50. Giant cell arteritis (myopathy)
  51. Glaucomatous optic neuropathy
  52. Goldmann visual fields
  53. Hemifacial spasm
  54. Herpes zoster ophthalmicus
  55. Higher cortical dysfunction
  56. Horner syndrome
  57. Idiopathic orbital inflammatory disease (non-specific orbital inflammation)
  58. Infiltrative optic neuropathy
  59. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia
  60. Isolated gliomas of the anterior visual pathways
  61. Isolated myositis
  62. Large pupils
  63. Latent nystagmus
  64. Leber optic neuropathy
  65. Light near dissociation
  66. Macular neuroretinitis and cat scratch disease
  67. Magnetic resonance imaging
  68. Menigitis
  69. Migraine
  70. Miller Fisher variant of Guillain-Barré syndrome
  71. Mucor
  72. Multiple cranial nerve palsies
  73. Multiple sclerosis
  74. Myasthenia gravis
  75. Neuro ophthalmic trauma
  76. Neurofibromatosis 1 (von Recklinghausen disease)
  77. Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2)
  78. Neuro-ophthalmology of pregnancy
  79. Neuro-ophthalmology of selected systemic diseases
  80. Neurotrophic tumor spread
  81. Nutritional optic neuropathy
  82. Ocular and orbital ultrasound
  83. Ocular ischemic syndrome
  84. Oculomotor nerve lesion
  85. Oculomotor nuclear lesion
  86. Optic atrophy
  87. Optic disc hypoplasia
  88. Optic nerve head drusen
  89. Optic nerve sheath meningioma
  90. Orbital cavernous hemangioma
  91. Orbital cellulitis
  92. Orbital foreign body
  93. Orbital fractures
  94. Orbital hemorrhage
  95. Orbital ischemic syndrome
  96. Orbital tumor causing neuro-ophthalmic manifestations
  97. Papilledema
  98. Papillitis
  99. Paretic binocular diplopia
  100. Parkinson disease
  101. Pharmacologic dilation (anticholinergic anisocoria)
  102. Pituitary apoplexy
  103. Posterior ischemic optic neuropathy
  104. Primary overaction syndromes
  105. Progressive supranuclear palsy
  106. Pseudotumor cerebri (idiopathic intracranial hypertension)
  107. Ptosis
  108. Qualitative perimetry (Amsler grid and tangent screen)
  109. Restrictive strabismus and diplopia
  110. Retrochiasmal afferent system dysfunction
  111. Sarcoid optic neuropathy
  112. See-saw nystagmus
  113. Skew deviation
  114. Small pupils
  115. Spasmus nutans
  116. Subarachnoid hemorrhage
  117. Supranuclear gaze palsy
  118. Syphilis
  119. Syphilis (optic neuropathy)
  120. Systemic corticosteroids in neuro-ophthalmology
  121. Thromboembolic phenomena
  122. Thyroid eye disease (thyroid orbitopathy)
  123. Toxic optic neuropathy: Ethambutol, Methanol, Ethylene glycol
  124. Traumatic optic neuropathy
  125. Trochlear lesions
  126. Upbeat nystagmus
  127. Vestibular dysfunction
  128. Visual hallucinations and illusions (Charles Bonnet syndrome)
  129. Wegener granulomatosis

Oculoplastic/Orbit

  1. Acquired myogenic ptosis
  2. Acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction in adults
  3. Actinic keratosis
  4. Acute spastic entropion
  5. Adenoid cystic carcinoma of the lacrimal gland
  6. Annulus of Zinn
  7. Anterior lamellar deficiency
  8. Aponeurotic ptosis
  9. Aspergillosis
  10. Basal cell carcinoma of the eyelid
  11. Benign essential blepharospasm
  12. Benign eyelid lesions
  13. Blepharitis
  14. Blepharochalasis syndrome
  15. Blepharophimosis syndrome
  16. Blunt trauma to the eyelids
  17. Botulinum toxin use in oculoplastics
  18. Bowen disease of the eyelid
  19. Brow ptosis
  20. Browpexy
  21. Canalicular infection and inflammation
  22. Canalicular obstruction
  23. Canalicular trauma
  24. Canaliculi
  25. Canthal tendons
  26. Capillary hemangioma
  27. Cavernous hemangioma
  28. Chalazion
  29. Cicatricial ectropion
  30. Cicatricial entropion
  31. Computed tomography
  32. Congenital myogenic ptosis
  33. Congenital nasolacrimal obstruction
  34. Congenital ptosis of the upper eyelid
  35. Conjunctiva
  36. Conjunctival melanoma
  37. Conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy (CJDCR)
  38. Coronal brow lift
  39. Dacryocystitis
  40. Dacryocystocele (Amniotocele)
  41. Dacryolith
  42. Dermatochalasis
  43. Dermoid cysts
  44. Diagnosis of thyroid dysfunction with clinical laboratory tests
  45. Diagnostic probing (palpation) of the upper system
  46. Dural cavernous fistula and traumatic carotid cavernous fistula
  47. Dye disappearance test
  48. Endonasal dacryocystorhinostomy for acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction
  49. Endoscopic brow lift
  50. Enucleation
  51. Enucleation in childhood
  52. Epiblepharon
  53. Epidermal inclusion cysts
  54. Ethmoidal foramina
  55. Evisceration
  56. Exenteration
  57. External (transcutaneous) levator advancement (resection) for ptosis
  58. External dacryocystorhinostomy for acquired nasolacrimal duct obstruction
  59. Extraocular muscles
  60. Eyelashes
  61. Eyelid defects not involving the eyelid margin
  62. Eyelid margin
  63. Eyelid margin rotation procedures for cicatricial entropion of upper eyelid
  64. Eyelid skin and subcutaneous tissue
  65. Facial anatomy
  66. Facial nerve palsy
  67. Fibrous dysplasia
  68. Fibrous histiocytoma
  69. Floor of orbit
  70. Floppy eyelid syndrome
  71. Frontalis suspensions for ptosis repair
  72. Full-thickness block resection and repair
  73. General orbital history and physical examination
  74. Giant cell arteritis
  75. Hemangiopericytoma
  76. Hemifacial spasm
  77. HIV-related disorders of the orbit and eyelid
  78. Horizontal eyelid shortening
  79. Horner syndrome
  80. Idiopathic orbital inflammation (orbital inflammatory syndrome, orbital pseudotumor)
  81. Incision of canaliculus (with or without intubation)
  82. Inspection
  83. Internal (transconjunctival) levator/Müllers muscle resection approaches for ptosis
  84. Intranasal anatomy
  85. Intraorbital foreign bodies
  86. Intraorbital optic nerve
  87. Involutional and gravitational changes of the face
  88. Involutional ectropion
  89. Involutional entropion
  90. Keratoacanthoma of the eyelid
  91. Lacrimal ducts
  92. Large lower eyelid defects (> 60%)
  93. Large upper eyelid defects (> 60%)
  94. Laser resurfacing
  95. Lateral canthal defects
  96. Lateral canthoplasty
  97. Lateral wall
  98. Lentigo maligna (Hutchinsons melanotic freckle)
  99. Leukemia/chloroma
  100. Lipodermoids (dermolipoma)
  101. Lower eyelid blepharoplasty
  102. Lower eyelid retractors
  103. Lymphangioma
  104. Lymphoid hyperplasia and lymphoma
  105. Magnetic resonance imaging
  106. Main lacrimal gland
  107. Malignant melanoma of the eyelid
  108. Malignant mixed tumor of the lacrimal gland
  109. Marcus Gunn jaw-winking syndrome
  110. Masquerading syndrome for eyelid tumors
  111. Mechanical ptosis
  112. Medial canthal defects
  113. Medial canthal tendon
  114. Medial spindle procedure for lower eyelid ectropion
  115. Medial wall fractures
  116. Medial wall of orbit
  117. Medical management of acute dacryocystitis
  118. Meibomian glands
  119. Meningioma
  120. Metastatic tumors of the orbit
  121. Microphthalmos with cyst
  122. Middle lamellar deficiency
  123. Midface lift
  124. Mid-facial fractures – Le Fort fractures
  125. Moderate lower eyelid defects (30% – 60%)
  126. Moderate upper eyelid defects (30% – 60%)
  127. Mohs micrographic surgery for malignant eyelid tumors
  128. Mucous membrane grafting
  129. Myasthenia gravis with ptosis
  130. Nasal endoscopy
  131. Nasolacrimal canal
  132. Nasolacrimal duct
  133. Naso-orbital ethmoid fractures
  134. Necrotizing fasciitis
  135. Nerve supply of eyelids
  136. Nerves of the periorbital area
  137. Neuroblastoma
  138. Neurofibromas, neurofibromatosis type 1 (von Recklinghausen disease) and type 2
  139. Nevi
  140. Oculomotor (cranial nerve III) palsy
  141. Optic canal
  142. Optic nerve glioma
  143. Optic nerve sheath fenestration
  144. Orbital apex fractures
  145. Orbital cellulitis
  146. Orbital dimensions
  147. Orbital fat
  148. Orbital floor fractures
  149. Orbital hemorrhage
  150. Orbital implant options
  151. Orbital roof and orbital apex (superior orbital fissure and optic canal)
  152. Orbital roof fractures
  153. Orbital septum
  154. Orbital varices
  155. Pain
  156. Palpation
  157. Paralytic ectropion
  158. Paranasal sinuses
  159. Penetrating trauma to the eyelids
  160. Periorbita
  161. Periorbital changes
  162. Phycomycosis (zygomycosis, mucormycosis)
  163. Pleomorphic adenoma (benign mixed tumor) of the lacrimal gland
  164. Posterior lamellar deficiency
  165. Preseptal cellulitis
  166. Progression
  167. Proptosis
  168. Protractors
  169. Pseudoptosis
  170. Pulsation
  171. Punctal ectropion
  172. Punctal stenosis
  173. Quickert modification of Wies procedure for involutional entropion (4-snip)
  174. Radiation therapy for orbital and ocular adnexal tumors
  175. Retractor repair for entropion
  176. Rhabdomyosarcoma
  177. Sarcoidosis
  178. Schirmer I test in pseudoepiphora evaluation
  179. Schwannoma (Neurilemoma)
  180. Sebaceous adenocarcinoma of the eyelid
  181. Secondary orbital tumors
  182. Silicone intubation of the nasolacrimal drainage system
  183. Skin fillers
  184. Small lower eyelid defects (< 30%)
  185. Small upper eyelid defects (< 30%)
  186. Squamous cell carcinoma of the eyelid
  187. Suborbicularis fat pads
  188. Superior and inferior puncta
  189. Surgical approaches to orbital tumors
  190. Surgical myectomy for facial dystonia
  191. Symblepharon
  192. Systemic corticosteroid therapy for orbital disorders
  193. Tarsorrhaphy
  194. Tarsus
  195. Tear breakup time
  196. Temporary (Quickert) sutures for entropion of lower eyelid
  197. Thyroid eye disease (Graves ophthalmopathy, thyroid orbitopathy)
  198. Trauma to the nasolacrimal duct or lacrimal sac
  199. Traumatic ptosis
  200. Treatment of trichiasis
  201. Trichiasis
  202. Tumors of the lacrimal excretory system
  203. Upper eyelid blepharoplasty
  204. Upper eyelid retractors
  205. Valve of Hasner
  206. Vascular supply and lymphatic drainage of the eyelid
  207. Vasculature of orbit
  208. Wegener granulomatosis
  209. Zygomatic fractures

Pathology/Oncology

Top articles/topics with related assignments :

Additional topics:

  1. Adenoid cystic carcinoma of lacrimal gland
  2. Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
  3. Angle recession glaucoma
  4. Aniridia
  5. Anterior chamber and vitreous cytology and cultures
  6. Basal cell carcinoma
  7. Benign mixed tumor lacrimal gland
  8. Branch retinal artery occlusion
  9. Branch retinal vein occlusion
  10. Capillary hemangioma (strawberry hemangioma)
  11. Cavernous hemangioma orbit
  12. Central retinal artery occlusion
  13. Central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO)
  14. Chalazion
  15. Choroidal hemangioma
  16. Choroidal nevus
  17. Choroidal osteoma
  18. Ciliary body/choroidal malignant melanoma
  19. Coats disease
  20. Congenital choristomatous conjunctival disorders: limbal dermoid, dermolipoma, complex choristoma
  21. Congenital corneal disorders: Congenital Hereditary Endothelial Dystrophy (CHED)
  22. Congenital corneal disorders: posterior keratoconus
  23. Congenital corneal disorders: sclerocornea
  24. Congenital optic nerve anomalies - optic nerve coloboma
  25. Congenital optic nerve anomalies - optic pits
  26. Conjunctiva – lymphoid lesions
  27. Conjunctival epithelial disorders – squamous cell carcinoma
  28. Conjunctival epithelial disorders – squamous papilloma
  29. Conjunctival manifestations of sarcoid
  30. Conjunctival melanocytic disorders - conjunctival melanoma
  31. Conjunctival melanocytic disorders - conjunctival nevus
  32. Conjunctival melanocytic disorders - ephelis (freckle)
  33. Conjunctival melanocytic disorders - primary acquired melanosis
  34. Corneal degenerations: aphakic/pseudophakic bullous keratopathy
  35. Corneal degenerations: band keratopathy
  36. Corneal degenerations: Salzmann nodular degeneration
  37. Corneal endothelial dystrophy-Fuchs dystrophy
  38. Corneal epithelial dystrophy- epithelial basement membrane dystrophy (Cogan microcystic, map-dot-fingerprint dystrophy)
  39. Corneal stromal dystrophies: Avellino dystrophy
  40. Corneal stromal dystrophies: granular dystrophy
  41. corneal stromal dystrophies: lattice dystrophy
  42. Corneal stromal dystrophies: macular dystrophy
  43. Cystoid macular edema
  44. Dermoid cyst, epidermoid cyst
  45. Diabetic retinopathy
  46. Electron microscopy in ophthalmic pathology
  47. Epithelial cysts of the ocular adnexa
  48. Epithelial downgrowth and secondary glaucoma
  49. Fibrous histiocytoma
  50. Flow cytometry of ophthalmic specimens
  51. Frozen sections of ophthalmic specimens
  52. Ghost cell glaucoma
  53. Hemangiopericytoma
  54. Idiopathic orbital inflammation
  55. Immunohistochemistry of ophthalmic specimens
  56. Infectious conjunctivitis
  57. Infectious corneal disorders
  58. Infectious viral retinopathy
  59. Intraocular metastatic neoplasms
  60. Iridocorneal endothelial syndrome (ICE syndrome)
  61. Iris nevus
  62. Leukemic retinopathy
  63. Lymphangioma
  64. Malignant melanoma of eyelid
  65. Medulloepithelioma
  66. Melanocytoma
  67. Molecular diagnostics of ophthalmic specimens
  68. Molluscum contagiosum
  69. Neurilemoma (schwannoma)
  70. Neuroblastoma
  71. Neurofibromatosis (von Recklinghausen disease)
  72. Non-inflammatory corneal thinning disorders: keratoconus, keratoglobus, pellucid marginal degeneration
  73. Ocular adnexal lymphoma (OAL)
  74. Ocular and central nervous system (CNS) lymphoma
  75. Optic nerve degeneration: acquired optic atrophy
  76. Optic nerve degeneration: congenital optic atrophy
  77. Optic nerve degeneration: Optic nerve head drusen
  78. Optic nerve hypoplasia
  79. Optic nerve inflammation - with optic nerve infection
  80. Optic nerve inflammation - without optic nerve infection
  81. Optic nerve ischemic injury - giant cell (temporal/cranial) arteritis
  82. Optic nerve tumors - glioma
  83. Optic nerve tumors - melanocytoma (magnocellular nevus)
  84. Optic nerve tumors - optic nerve sheath meningioma
  85. Orbital metastasis
  86. Pathology of refractive surgery
  87. Persistent fetal vasculature (PFV), also known as persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous (PHPV)
  88. Phacolytic glaucoma
  89. Phacomorphic glaucoma
  90. Pinguecula and pterygium
  91. Primary congenital glaucoma
  92. Primary lens pathology
  93. Retinal capillary hemangioma
  94. Retinitis pigmentosa (RP)
  95. Retinopathy of prematurity
  96. Routine histology of ophthalmic specimens
  97. Sarcoidosis panuveitis
  98. Seasonal allergic conjunctivitis
  99. Sebaceous carcinoma
  100. Secondary lens athology
  101. Solitary fibrous tumor
  102. Special stains and fixatives in ophthalmic specimens1
  103. Squamous cell carcinoma of eyelid
  104. Squamous papilloma of eyelid
  105. Sturge-Weber syndrome (encephalofacial angiomatosis)
  106. Tuberous sclerosis (Bourneville disease)
  107. Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada

Pediatric Ophthalmology/Strabismus

  1. 4 Prism diopter base out prism test
  2. A pattern strabismus
  3. Abnormalities and delays of fixation behavior
  4. Accommodative convergence/Accommodation ratio measurement
  5. Acquired nystagmus in children
  6. Active force generation test (AFG)
  7. Acute esotropia
  8. Albinism
  9. Anesthesia for strabismus surgery and complications, including malignant hyperthermia
  10. Aniridia
  11. Anisometropic amblyopia
  12. Anomalous retinal correspondence (ARC)
  13. Bacterial conjunctivitis
  14. Basic (acquired) esotropia in childhood
  15. Bilateral amblyopia due to high refractive error
  16. Bilateral superior oblique paralysis
  17. Brown syndrome/Superior oblique tendon sheath syndrome
  18. Capillary hemangioma
  19. Cherry-red spot
  20. Coats disease
  21. Congenital and Acquired Cataracts in Children
  22. Congenital infection syndrome
  23. Congenital ocular motor apraxia
  24. Congenital ptosis
  25. Congenital sixth nerve paralysis
  26. Congenital/Infantile glaucoma
  27. Convergence insufficiency
  28. Convergence paralysis
  29. Corneal light reflex
  30. Cortical visual impairment in children
  31. Cover tests
  32. Craniosynostosis syndromes-Crouzon, Apert and Saethre-Chotzen syndromes
  33. Cyclic esotropia
  34. Cyclodestructive procedures - cyclocryotherapy, cycloablation with laser, transscleral laser cycloablation and endoscopic cyclophotocoagulation
  35. Cycloplegic refraction
  36. Dacryocele
  37. Delayed visual maturation (DVM)
  38. Deprivation amblyopia
  39. Dissociated horizontal deviation
  40. Dissociated strabismus complex (vertical deviation) / Dissociated vertical deviation
  41. Divergence insufficiency
  42. Downbeat nystagmus
  43. Ectopia lentis et pupillae
  44. Ectopia lentis–connective tissue disorders
  45. Ectopia lentis–metabolic causes
  46. Epiblepharon
  47. Epibulbar dermoid tumors, including dermolipoma
  48. Epidemic keratoconjunctivitis
  49. Esotropic Duane syndrome
  50. Excessive blinking in childhood
  51. Exophoria
  52. Exotropic Duane syndrome
  53. Fat adherence syndrome
  54. Fetal alcohol syndrome
  55. Forced ductions
  56. Functional vision loss in childhood
  57. Galactosemia
  58. Glaucoma drainage devices
  59. Goldenhar syndrome
  60. Herpes simplex complex
  61. Herpes zoster ophthalmicus
  62. Heterochromia iridis
  63. Hyphema
  64. Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (Pseudotumor cerebri)
  65. Idiopathic orbital inflammatory disease (Orbital pseudotumor)
  66. Incomitant esodeviation
  67. Infantile esotropia
  68. Infantile exotropia
  69. Infantile nystagmus syndrome
  70. Inferior oblique muscle overaction/ overelevation in adduction
  71. Intermittent exotropia
  72. Intraocular lens implantation
  73. Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
  74. Juvenile xanthogranuloma (JXG)
  75. Kawasaki syndrome
  76. Latent nystagmus
  77. Lebers congenital amaurosis
  78. Lensectomy
  79. Leukemia
  80. Lymphangioma
  81. Marcus-Gunn jaw wink
  82. Medical treatment of amblyopia: occlusion and optical degradation
  83. Medical treatment of amblyopia: refractive correction
  84. Medical treatment of glaucoma - adrenergic agents
  85. Medical treatment of uveitis: mydriatic/cycloplegic agents
  86. Microcornea
  87. Möbius syndrome
  88. Möbius syndrome (sequence)
  89. Monocular elevation deficiency (double elevator palsy)
  90. Monofixation syndrome (MFS)
  91. Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPS) and mucolipidoses (ML)
  92. Myasthenia gravis (associated with strabismus)
  93. Myelinated nerve fibers
  94. Nasolacrimal duct obstruction
  95. Neuroblastoma
  96. Nonrefractive accommodative esotropia (High AC/A ratio)
  97. Normal milestones of ocular and visual development
  98. Nystagmus and esotropia
  99. Ocular Colobomata
  100. Ocular complications of strabismus surgery, including consecutive deviations
  101. Ophthalmia neonatorum caused by Neisseria
  102. Ophthalmia neonatorum from Chlamydia trachomatis
  103. Ophthalmologic manifestations of neurofibromatosis
  104. Opsoclonus (pediatric)
  105. Optic atrophy
  106. Optic nerve drusen
  107. Optic nerve hypoplasia
  108. Orbital cellulitis
  109. Orbital fractures
  110. Orbital myositis
  111. Papilledema
  112. Partially accommodative esotropia
  113. Penetrating injury
  114. Persistent fetal vasculature
  115. Persistent pupillary membranes
  116. Phakomatoses other than neurofibromatosis
  117. Pierre Robin sequence
  118. Positions of gaze/Evaluation of ductions and versions
  119. Preferential looking test
  120. Preseptal cellulitis
  121. Prism adaptation test (PAT)
  122. Pseudoesotropia
  123. Pseudopapilledema
  124. Refractive accommodative esotropia
  125. Retinitis pigmentosa and associated syndromes
  126. Retinoblastoma
  127. Retinopathy of prematurity
  128. Rhabdomyosarcoma
  129. Seasonal allergic conjunctivitis
  130. Secondary glaucomas
  131. Sensory defect nystagmus
  132. Sensory deprivation esodeviation
  133. Sensory exotropia
  134. Shaken baby syndrome/Non-accidental trauma
  135. Sixth nerve (cranial nerve VI) palsy
  136. Spasm of the near synkinetic reflex
  137. Spasmus nutans
  138. Stargardt disease
  139. Stereoacuity testing
  140. Stickler syndrome
  141. Strabismic amblyopia
  142. Strabismus following ocular surgery
  143. Sturge Weber syndrome
  144. Superficial ocular injury
  145. Superior oblique overaction
  146. Surgery for congenital/infantile glaucoma: goniotomy
  147. Surgery for nasolacrimal duct obstruction (NLD)
  148. Surgery for nasolacrimal duct obstruction: Probing
  149. Surgery for nasolacrimal duct obstruction: silicone intubation
  150. Surgery of the extraocular muscles: Adjustable suture techniques
  151. Surgery of the extraocular muscles: Strengthening procedures
  152. Surgery of the extraocular muscles: Weakening procedures
  153. Surgical treatment of nystagmus
  154. Tears, ruptures, or breaks in Descemet membrane (Haab Striae)
  155. The role of genetic testing in retinoblastoma management
  156. The role of the ophthalmologist in learning disabilities
  157. Third (oculomotor) cranial nerve palsy
  158. Three-step test for cyclovertical muscle palsies
  159. Thyroid eye disease associated with strabismus
  160. Trachoma - conjunctivitis
  161. Traumatic uveitis
  162. Treatment of refractive error unrelated to amblyopia and strabismus
  163. Treatment of strabismus: spectacles, including bifocals
  164. Treatment of uveitis: Corticosteroids
  165. Unilateral superior oblique palsy
  166. V pattern strabismus
  167. Vernal keratoconjunctivitis
  168. Vertical deviations due to Duane syndrome
  169. Vertical deviations due to orbital floor fracture (blowout fracture)
  170. Visual acuity testing
  171. Worth four dot test

Refractive Management/Intervention

  1. Aniseikonia
  2. Anisometropia
  3. Astigmatic keratotomy for astigmatism
  4. Bandage contact lenses
  5. Buttonhole laser in situ keratomileusis flap
  6. Central islands after refractive surgery
  7. Conductive keratoplasty (CK)
  8. Contact lens use after refractive surgery
  9. Corneal biomechanics
  10. Corneal inlays
  11. Corneal pachymetry
  12. Corneal shape analysis
  13. Corticosteroid-induced glaucoma (steroid glaucoma) after refractive surgery
  14. Cross-cylinder technique for subjective refraction
  15. Custom ablations
  16. Decentered ablation after refractive surgery
  17. Decentered flap after laser in situ keratomileusis
  18. Delayed re-epithelialization after laser surface ablation
  19. Dry eye after laser in situ keratomileusis
  20. Ectasia after laser in situ keratomileusis
  21. Enhancements
  22. Epikeratophakia
  23. Epithelial ingrowth after laser in situ keratomileusis
  24. Epithelial sloughing during laser in situ keratomileusis procedure
  25. Excimer laser in situ keratomileusis for myopia and myopia with astigmatism
  26. Excimer laser surface ablation for myopia and myopic astigmatism
  27. Eyeglasses
  28. Femtosecond lasers and laser assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK)
  29. Free cap after laser in situ keratomileusis
  30. Haze or scarring after photorefractive keratectomy
  31. Herpes simplex virus keratitis after refractive surgery
  32. Hyperopia
  33. Hyperopia management after radial keratotomy
  34. Immediate postoperative diffuse lamellar keratitis
  35. Incomplete or irregular laser in situ keratomileusis flap
  36. Informed consent issues with refractive surgery
  37. Intolerance to monovision after refractive surgery
  38. Intraocular lens calculation following refractive surgery
  39. Intraocular refractive surgery
  40. Intrastromal corneal ring segments
  41. Irregular astigmatism
  42. Issues of intraocular pressure measurements after laser in situ keratomileusis and laser surface ablation
  43. Issues of unilateral vs. bilateral refractive surgery
  44. Keratoconus
  45. Laser in situ keratomileusis flap striae
  46. Laser vision correction (LVC) following presbyopic intraocular lens (IOL) surgery
  47. Late diffuse lamellar keratitisrelated to flap trauma (epithelial defects)
  48. Lens conventions - plus, minus and cross cylinder notation and conversion
  49. Limbal relaxing incisions for astigmatism
  50. Microbial keratitis after refractive surgery
  51. Mitomycin C for haze prophylaxis (risks vs. benefits)
  52. Monocular diplopia
  53. Monovision (for correction of presbyopia in contact lens wearers)
  54. Multifocal corneal ablations for presbyopia
  55. Myopia
  56. Near vision testing
  57. Ocular dominance testing prior to refractive surgery
  58. Ocular surface problems related to contact lenses
  59. Pain reduction after surface ablation
  60. Pellucid marginal corneal degeneration
  61. Physiology of corneal wound healing after refractive surgery
  62. Preoperative evaluation for refractive surgery
  63. Presbyopia
  64. Prescribing contact lenses for refractive errors
  65. Pupil measurements prior to refractive surgery
  66. Quality of vision problems after laser in situ keratomileusis
  67. Quality of vision testing
  68. Radial keratotomy
  69. Recurrent corneal erosion after refractive surgery
  70. Refraction: manifest and cycloplegic
  71. Refractive stability
  72. Refractive surgery for hyperopia
  73. Refractive surgery in patients following corneal transplant
  74. Refractive surgery in patients with amblyopia
  75. Refractive surgery in patients with connective tissue disease
  76. Refractive surgery in patients with diabetes
  77. Refractive surgery in patients with dry eye
  78. Refractive surgery in patients with herpes simplex virus (HSV)
  79. Refractive surgery in patients with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
  80. Refractive surgery in patients with ocular hypertension and glaucoma
  81. Refractive surgery in patients with retinal disease
  82. Refractive surgery in patients with strabismus
  83. Regular astigmatism
  84. Snellen fraction visual acuity measurement
  85. Sources of error in delivering laser correction
  86. Sterile infiltrates after photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and laser assisted in situ keratomileusis (LASIK)
  87. Surface ablation for forme fruste keratoconus
  88. Therapeutic refractive ablations for irregular corneas
  89. Tonometry prior to refractive surgery
  90. Traumatic laser in situ keratomileusis flap dislocation
  91. Understanding issues of ablation diameter vs. depth
  92. Wavefront testing

Retina/Vitreous

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Full list of article topics needed:

  1. Acquired retinal macroaneurysm
  2. Acute onset postoperative endophthalmitis
  3. Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy
  4. Age-related macular degeneration
  5. Albinism
  6. Angioid streaks
  7. Atrophic holes
  8. Behçet disease
  9. Best Disease (Vitelliform Dystrophy)
  10. Birdshot retinochoroidopathy
  11. Branch retinal artery occlusion
  12. Branch retinal vein occlusion
  13. Cat scratch disease
  14. Central retinal artery occlusion
  15. Central retinal vein occlusion
  16. Chloroquine and its derivatives (drug toxicity)
  17. Choroidal osteoma
  18. Choroidal rupture
  19. Choroideremia (CHM)
  20. Chronic or delayed onset endophthalmitis following cataract surgery
  21. Coats disease
  22. Cobblestone degeneration (paving stone degeneration)
  23. Commotio retinae
  24. Cone and cone-rod dystrophies
  25. Cystoid macular edema
  26. Cytomegalovirus retinitis
  27. Degenerative retinoschisis
  28. Diabetic macular edema
  29. Diabetic retinopathy
  30. Diffuse unilateral subacute neuroretinitis (DUSN)
  31. Echography (ultrasound)
  32. Electroretinogram (ERG)
  33. Enclosed ora bays
  34. Endogenous endophthalmitis
  35. Endophthalmitis associated with filtering or inadvertent blebs
  36. Epiretinal membrane
  37. Exudative retinal detachment
  38. Familial exudative vitreoretinopathy (FEVR)
  39. Flap or horseshoe tears
  40. Fluorescein angiography
  41. Focal laser treatment of diabetic macular edema
  42. Giant retinal tear
  43. Hemorrhagic choroidal detachment
  44. Hypertensive retinopathy
  45. Idiopathic central serous chorioretinopathy
  46. Idiopathic choroidal neovascularization
  47. Indocyanine green angiography
  48. Intermediate uveitis/pars planitis
  49. Intraocular foreign body
  50. Intravitreal Injections
  51. Juvenile retinoschisis
  52. Juxtafoveal retinal telangiectasis or macular telangiectasis
  53. Lasers
  54. Lattice degeneration
  55. Leukemia
  56. Lyme disease
  57. Macular hole
  58. Melanocytoma or magnocellular nevus
  59. Melanoma of the ciliary body or choroid
  60. Meridional folds
  61. Multifocal choroiditis with panuveitis
  62. Multiple evanescent white dot syndrome
  63. Necrotizing herpetic retinitis: acute retinal necrosis and progressive outer retinal necrosis
  64. Nevus of the choroid
  65. Ocular and central nervous system lymphoma
  66. Ocular histoplasmosis syndrome
  67. Ocular penetrating and perforating injury
  68. Operculated retinal holes
  69. Optical coherence tomography
  70. Pars plana vitrectomy
  71. Pathologic myopia (myopic degeneration)
  72. Pattern dystrophies
  73. Peripheral retinal excavations
  74. Peripheral retinal neovascularization
  75. Persistent fetal vasculature
  76. Phenothiazines
  77. Photocoagulation for proliferative diabetic retinopathy
  78. Photocoagulation surgery for neovascular age-related macular degeneration
  79. Photodynamic therapy
  80. Phototoxicity from ophthalmic instrumentation
  81. Pneumatic retinopexy
  82. Posterior vitreous detachment
  83. Postoperative serous choroidal detachment
  84. Post-traumatic endophthalmitis<span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1295045536653_877" />
  85. Punctate inner choroidopathy
  86. Purtscher retinopathy and Purtscher-like retinopathy
  87. Radiation retinopathy
  88. Retinal dialyses
  89. Retinal vasculitis
  90. Retinitis pigmentosa
  91. Retinoblastoma
  92. Retinopathy of carotid occlusive disease
  93. Retinopathy of prematurity
  94. Rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
  95. Sarcoidosis
  96. Scleral buckle surgery
  97. Scleral rupture
  98. Sclopetaria
  99. Serpiginous choroidopathy
  100. Shaken baby syndrome
  101. Sickle cell retinopathy
  102. Spontaneous vitreous hemorrhage
  103. Stargardt disease/fundus flavimaculatus
  104. Sympathetic ophthalmia
  105. Syphilitic panuveitis
  106. Terson syndrome
  107. Toxocariasis posterior uveitis
  108. Toxoplasmosis
  109. Traction retinal detachment
  110. Traumatic breaks
  111. Tuberculous uveitis
  112. Uveal effusion syndrome
  113. Valsalva retinopathy
  114. Vascular tumors of the choroid and retina
  115. Vitelliform lesions
  116. Vitrectomy for complex retinal detachment
  117. Vitrectomy for posterior segment complications of anterior segment surgery
  118. Vitrectomy for selected macular diseases
  119. Vitreomacular traction syndrome
  120. Vitreoretinal tufts
  121. Vitreous hemorrhage (VH) as a result of trauma
  122. Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada (VKH) disease
  123. von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease
  124. West Nile virus retinopathy

Uveitis

  1. Acute anterior uveitis
  2. Acute posterior multifocal placoid pigment epitheliopathy
  3. Antineutrophil cytoplasmic autoantibody (ANCA)
  4. Antinuclear antibodies (ANA) testing in uveitis
  5. Azathioprine
  6. Behçet disease
  7. Birdshot retinochoroidopathy
  8. Cataract extraction for uveitis patients
  9. Chest imaging in uveitis: chest computed tomography (CT)
  10. Chest imaging in uveitis: chest radiograph
  11. Chorioretinal biopsy
  12. Conjunctival biopsy/pathology
  13. Corticosteroids
  14. Cyclophosphamide
  15. Cycloplegics
  16. Cyclosporine
  17. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) anterior uveitis
  18. Cytomegalovirus retinitis
  19. Diagnostic vitreoretinal procedures in uveitis: chorioretinal biopsy
  20. Diagnostic vitreoretinal procedures in uveitis: vitreous biopsy
  21. Diffuse unilateral subacute neuroretinitis (DUSN)
  22. Drug-induced uveitis
  23. Echography (ultrasound)
  24. Endogenous endophthalmitis
  25. Examination of intraocular fluids
  26. Fuchs heterochromic iridocyclitis
  27. Glaucoma surgery for uveitis patients
  28. Glaucomatocyclitic crisis (Posner-Schlossman syndrome)
  29. Herpes simplex anterior uveitis
  30. Herpes zoster iritis
  31. HIV testing
  32. Human leukocyte antigen testing (HLA) testing in uveitis
  33. Hypertensive uveitis
  34. Immune recovery uveitis
  35. Intermediate Uveitis, including pars planitis
  36. Intravitreal antiviral therapy
  37. Juvenile Idiopathic arthritis
  38. Juvenile xanthogranuloma as masquerade syndrome
  39. Lens-associated uveitis
  40. Lyme disease
  41. Methotrexate
  42. Multifocal choroiditis with panuveitis
  43. Multiple evanescent white dot syndrome
  44. Mycophenolate
  45. Necrotizing herpetic retinitis: acute retinal necrosis and progressive outer retinal necrosis
  46. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs
  47. Ocular bartonellosis
  48. Ocular histoplasmosis syndrome
  49. Ocular manifestations of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
  50. Optical coherence tomography
  51. Other infectious uveitis: cysticercosis
  52. Other infectious uveitis: Leptospirosis
  53. Other infectious uveitis: onchocerciasis
  54. Peripheral retinal detachment as masquerade syndrome
  55. Persistent (chronic) iridocyclitis
  56. Post-surgical and traumatic infectious scleritis
  57. Primary central nervous system intraocular lymphoma
  58. Pseudophakic uveitis
  59. Punctate inner choroidopathy
  60. Retinal imaging: fluorescein angiography
  61. Retinal imaging: indocyanine green angiography (ICG)
  62. Retinal vasculitis
  63. Retinitis pigmentosa as masquerade syndrome
  64. Retinoblastoma (as masquerade syndrome)
  65. Sarcoidosis panuveitis
  66. Scleritis associated with systemic autoimmune diseases
  67. Serpiginous choroidopathy
  68. Sympathetic ophthalmia
  69. Syphilis tests
  70. Syphilitic panuveitis
  71. Systemic lupus erythematosus (Posterior uveitis)
  72. Systemic vasculitis – Intraocular manifestations
  73. TB Testing
  74. Toxocariasis posterior uveitis
  75. Toxoplasmic retinochoroiditis
  76. Tuberculous Uveitis
  77. Tubulointerstitial nephritis and uveitis (TINU) syndrome
  78. Tumor necrosis factor antagonists
  79. Vitreous biopsy
  80. Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada disease
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