Global Case Report Quiz

Global Case Report Quiz

In every Newsletter, we present a Survey Based quiz to our members. We request them to answer the question(s) asked by selecting one of the options provided at the end of the presentation. The case presentation is also sent to a few established / renowned ophthalmologists asking them for their opinion. As both sets of these opinions are important, we compile them for each case and send it out as an email to all our members. Each of these cases are then stored on the education part of the website. We will be archiving the Experts’ Opinions for each case & are even contemplating publishing a compilation of our Global Case Report Quiz Cases at the end of each year.

Another exciting development is the partnership with the journal, Revista de Estrabismo & Oftalmologia Pediátrica (REOP) for sharing of difficult strabismus cases.

CASE 1

We sent the 1st Case of the Global Case Report Quiz out to all our members as a part of our 5th July, 2016 Newsletter. This is a case of a 3-year-old female, who presented with decreased vision in her left eye. She had a history of OD s/p repair for penetrating trauma performed one month ago.

Members’ Responses :
Out of the members who responded to our Global Case Report Quiz, 19.40% would perform a YAG Laser followed by a Trabeculectomy, 27.80% would perform a Trabeculectomy followed by a YAG Laser & while 52.80% would perform a YAG Laser followed by some other procedure to treat Glaucoma.

Experts’ opinion :
We have compiled five Experts’ Opinions for the 1st Case of the Global Case Report Quiz.
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CASE 2

We sent the 2nd Case of the Global Case Report Quiz out to all our members as a part of our 22nd August, 2016 Newsletter. This case is about a 24-day old male child presented to the clinic with the parents complaining of a large left eye since birth.

Members’ Responses :
Out of the members who responded to our Global Case Report Quiz, 14.3% preferred a Medical approach, while 85.7% preferred a Surgical approach for the control of the IOP in this case.

Out of the members who preferred a Surgical approach, 63.9% preferred to perform a Trabeculotomy with Trabeculectomy, while 36.1% preferred to Use a Valve.

38.9% out of the members who preferred a Surgical approach opted for Immediate Surgical Intervention, 36.1% chose to intervene surgically After Medical Management Failure; while 25% preferred to wait till After Neurosurgical Intervention to intervene surgically.

Experts’ opinion :
We have compiled three Experts’ Opinions for the 2nd Case of the Global Case Report Quiz.
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CASE 3

We sent the 3rd Case of the Global Case Report Quiz out to all our members as a part of our 5th October, 2016 Newsletter.

Members’ Responses :
When asked ‘How they would compensate for the function deficit of a traumatically detached left inferior rectus muscle that cannot be found’ 42.11% replied saying they would perform an Inferior Transposition (Total / Half) of both left horizontal rectus muscles, 15.79% said they would opt for Weakening of left superior rectus muscle, 10.53% preferred Weakening of right inferior rectus muscle, while 31.58% would perform an Anterior transposition of the left inferior oblique muscle, as was done here.

63.16% of our members would have carried out a surgery(s), despite not obtaining a good quality MRI, while 36.84% would refrain from performing a surgery without being able to obtain a good quality MRI.

Experts’ opinion :
We have compiled three Experts’ Opinions for the 3rd Case of the Global Case Report Quiz.
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CASE 4

We sent the 4th Case of the Global Case Report Quiz out to all our members as a part of our 31st January, 2017 Newsletter. This case is about a 6 year old child who was detected with poor vision in her left eye during a routine eye screening conducted at school.

Members’ Responses :
When asked ‘How would you treat the condition?’ 5.88% of our members replied saying they would Leave the condition untreated / as it is, 76.47% said they would Use Anti-VEGF, 5.88% would Perform Surgery, while the remaining 11.76% would Administer an Intravitreal Steroid.

Experts’ opinion :
We have compiled four Experts’ Opinions for the 4th Case of the Global Case Report Quiz.
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CASE 5

We sent the 5th Case of the Global Case Report Quiz out to all our members as a part of our 27th March, 2017 Newsletter. This case is about a 46 year old woman who presented with a complaint of diplopia with inward deviation of her right eye.

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