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Fundus Examination

The fundus examination is a diagnostic procedure where the doctor dilates the pupil to view the fundus of the eye clearly. The eye's interior surface, including the retina, macula, optic nerve, posterior pole, and the optic disc, is called the fundus of the eye. It is routinely performed as part of your eye examination.

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Can you compare two images of fundus and tell me if there is progression?

Query: Hello doctor, I need a comparison analysis of two fundus photos to check whether they show signs of progression or not. Patient is on Xalatan, Timolol, and Dortas. Kindly help.  Read Full »

Dr. Rahul Vaswani

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I had gone through the photographs (attachments removed to protect patient identity). There seems to be a very slight progression. But to conclude based on fundus photographs alone would be incorrect. One of the most accurate ways to judge progression is field analys...  Read Full »

My baby was diagnosed with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy-2, persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn, and left ventricular failure at delivery. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, My baby is 86 days old; he looks at my face, follows movements, and smiles at the ceiling fan, lights, etc. He moves his legs and arms, and he sometimes stiffs his body. When he cries, he looks at us. He has also gained weight. He was diagnosed with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy-2 (H...  Read Full »

Dr. Bhaisara Baraturam Bhagrati

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I reviewed your history and understood your concern. But unfortunately, it looks like the baby had a stormy course during the perinatal period, as the baby was diagnosed with hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy-2 (HIE-2). So, knowing how it is associated with convulsions...  Read Full »

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