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International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)

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Abstract

A STUDY OF FUNDUS STATUS IN MYOPIA

Author(s):*Christina Samuel1, Sundararajan D2

The most important sensory organ for a human is the eye. Any damage to the retina can cause diminution or loss of vision. One of the most important refractive errors of the eye is Myopia apart from hypermetropia and astigmatism. It is one of the commonest conditions seen in everyday practice. Myopic degeneration is one of the common causes of decreased visual acuity. Aim: The aim of this clinical study is to observe the fundus changes associated with Myopia. Methods: A prospective study of 100 cases of myopia were included in this study. Detailed anterior segment and good posterior segment examination after achieving mydriasis was done with a direct ophthalmoscope and indirect ophthalmoscope with 20D lens. Result: In our study, we found that males were more commonly affected than females with myopia (54%). 50% of the cases affected belonged to the student community. 53.68% had positive changes in the retina suggestive of degenerative changes in the fundus. Conclusion: Degenerative changes of fundus are most commonly seen in myopic patients of which Tessellated fundus was about 90.20%. Vitreous degenerative changes for 70.59%. Crescent formation was 87.25%. Dull foveal reflex in 82.35% and lattice degeneration accounted for 40%.


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