Quiz: Swollen & Droopy Upper Eyelid

A 67-year-old male presents with a 6-month history of a swollen and droopy left upper eyelid. The patient denies pain or other symptoms. Examination reveals the findings seen in these images. What could be happening? Start Quiz   Case courtesy of Dr. Eduardo Mora, Staff Ophthalmologist Orbis Flying Eye Hospital.

Quiz: Corneal Dystrophies

Corneal dystrophies are uncommon but rather dramatic when encountered, as seen in this case. What could be happening? Start Quiz   Courtesy of Orbis Volunteer Faculty member Dr. Gerson Lopez and Dr. Antonio Jarmillo, Head of Clinical Services, Orbis Flying Eye Hospital

Quiz: Uneventful Phacoemulsification

A 65-year-old female underwent uneventful phacoemulsification yesterday. The photo is her appearance at the slit-lamp on post-operative day 1. What could be happening? Start Quiz   Courtesy of Dr. Maria Montero, Orbis Flying Eye Hospital Head Ophthalmologist

Quiz: Thickening of Upper Eyelids

A 40-year-old male presents with chronic, insidious thickening of the upper eyelids over the last two years. He feels that it is now obstructing his vision. He has no significant past medical history and is on no medications. What is happening? Start Quiz