Ophthalmology Menu

Subconjunctival Haemorrhage

Glaucoma (cup ratio)

Blephritis (use baby shampoo diluted 1:3 and a cotton bud to clean along the lid margin)

Opthalmic Shingles and cornea appearance

Graves disease (which can be unilateral)


melanoma of the eye

Acute Iritis – ask three questions to distinguish this from conjunctivitis (visual acuity, photophobia, eye pain)

Diabetic retinopathy (dot haemorrhages)

Papilloedema (look for signs including loss of the pulsation)