Wall of Fame

Is your case great enough to be selected for our Wall of Fame? If so, we’ll post your name and case here for the world to see!

4/24: Kanwaljeet Harjot Madan
Shaken baby syndrome

3/24: Ayushi Gupta and Vishal Agrawal
Benign familial fleck retina

2/24: Will Gibson
Retinal venous malformation

12/23: Anjana Mirajkar and Manish Nagpal
Central retinal artery occlusion with cilioretinal sparing

11/23: Anjana Mirajkar and Manish Nagpal
Harada’s Disease

10/23: Will Gibson
Posterior scleritis with chorioretinal folds

9/23: Shivraj Tagare and Nishant Maindargi
Valsalva retinopathy drained with YAG laser

8/23: Mohammad Abbas
Laser-induced retinal break and vitreous hemorrhage

7/23: Joe Yuenpang Cheung
Group-type congenital pigmented nevi of the RPE (bear tracks)

6/23: Gil Calvão-Santos and Keissy Sousa
Waardenburg Syndrome

5/23: Natasa Draca and Ratko Lazic
Tattoo-induced Uveitis

4/23: Veronika Matello and Barbara Parolini
Case of the Year winner!
The EmPuzzled Eye

3/23: Emma Oreskovic and Natasha Draca
Optic Nerve Pit

2/23: Anjana Mirajkar
Giant RPE Tear

11/22: Veronika Matello and Barbara Parolini
Choroidal Hemangioma Widefield OCT

8/22: Nivesh Gupta
Ischemic Central Retinal Vein Occlusion

7/22: Omar Mulki:
Choroidal Osteoma

3/22: Erdem Dinç
Is Temporary ILM Flap Sufficient for MH Closure?

1/22: Veronika Matello and Barbara Parolini
Case of the Year winner!
Choroidal Transplant for Subfoveal AMD MNV

12/21: Otis Hertsenberg
Optic Nerve Coloboma with Pit

11/21: David Kilpatrick
Frosted Branch Angiitis from Sarcoidosis

10/21: Kumar Chugani
Coats Disease


Shaken baby syndrome

Congratulations to Kanwaljeet Harjot Madan for submitting the Retina Rocks Case of the Month. This 11YO boy presented with decreased vision in his left eye after his friend’s father thrashed him and was hit in the head 3 days earlier. There was no other sign of bodily injury. Vision was 20/20 in his normal right eye and counting fingers in his left eye. The shaken baby syndrome is a form of child abuse where the young infant is vigorously shaken causing whiplash-induced intracranial and intraocular hemorrhaging, often without obvious external trauma. The ocular findings are usually bilateral, with the hemorrhages often having multiple layers including subretinal, intraretinal and preretinal. Our patient’s findings are predominated by numerous mostly sub-ILM hemorrhages. His case is unusual given his age and unilateral findings. Fortunately, with observation vision recovered 3 weeks later to 20/30 with resolution of all findings.