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Funduscopic Exam

Aka: Funduscopic Exam, Ophthalmoscopy, Retinal Exam
  1. See Also
    1. Retinal Anatomy
    2. Funduscopic Changes in Hypertension
  2. Preparation: Pupil Dilation
    1. See Mydriatics
    2. Tropicamide 0.5% - 1% (Mydriacyl)
      1. Onset: 20-40 minutes
      2. Duration: 4-8 hours in most cases (may last as long as 24 hours)
      3. Blue eyes more sensitive, lasts longer
      4. Start with 0.5% concentration
    3. Phenylephrine hydrochloride 2.5% (Ak-Dilate, Mydfrin)
      1. Onset: 30-60 minutes
      2. Duration: 3-5 hours
    4. Contraindications to dilation
      1. Shallow anterior chamber OR angle-closure Glaucoma
        1. Diagnostic exam Mydriatic use is safe (see Mydriatic)
      2. Following pupillary signs after Head Injury
      3. Iris supported intraocular lens implantation
        1. (square/hexagonal pupil 'sputnik')
  3. Exam: Protocol
    1. Red Reflex
    2. Optic Disc
      1. Clarity of disc (evaluation for Papilledema)
      2. Cup Disc Ratio
        1. Ratio of horizontal diameter of the cup to disc
        2. Abnormal Cup:Disc >0.5 suggests Glaucoma
    3. Retinal Circulation
      1. Venous pulsations
    4. Macula
    5. Retinal Background
  4. Findings
    1. Increased Intracranial Pressure
      1. Papilledema
      2. Absent venous pulsations
    2. Retinal or subhyoid Hemorrhage
    3. Blood in center of disc
      1. Suggests Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
    4. Choked disc with engorged veins
      1. Suggests Methanol Intoxication
    5. Retinal Artery Occlusion
      1. Retina appears pale-gray due to Retinal edema
      2. Macula with cherry-red spot on white-yellow background
      3. Constricted arterioles
      4. Box-Carring of Retinal vessels
        1. Retinal vessels with interrupted columns of blood appear as train box cars
      5. Hollenhorst Plaques (emboli)
        1. "Glistening orange yellow flakes"
        2. Represent fragmented emboli at arteriole bifurcation
    6. Retinal Vein Occlusion
      1. Retinal veins dilated tortuous
      2. Blood streaked Retina (esp. in ischemic type)
        1. Diffuse Retinal Hemorrhages radiating from optic disc ("Blood and thunder Retina")
    7. Glaucoma
      1. General
        1. Focal thinning of neural rim
          1. Nerves at edge of cup and edge of disc
          2. Thinning seen at temporal (lateral) disc margin
        2. Superficial Hemorrhage overlying disc edge
      2. Diagnostic changes
        1. Symmetrically enlarged cup-to-disc ratio >0.5 or
        2. Cup-to-disc ratio difference between eyes >0.2 or
        3. Significantly asymmetric cup in one eye
    8. Diabetic Retinopathy
      1. Nonproliferative Retinopathy
        1. Retinal veins dilated
        2. Cotton Wool exudates or spots
        3. Hard exudates
        4. Macular edema
        5. Intraretinal Hemorrhages
        6. Microaneurysms
      2. Proliferative Retinopathy
        1. Neovascularization
        2. Preretinal Hemorrhages
        3. Vitreous Hemorrhages
        4. Vascular fibrosis

Ophthalmoscopy (C0029090)

Definition (MSH) Examination of the interior of the eye with an ophthalmoscope.
Definition (CSP) examination of the interior of the eye through an ophthalmoscope, an instrument consisting of lenses, light source and pierced concave mirror that directs reflected light through the pupil.
Concepts Diagnostic Procedure (T060)
MSH D009887
ICD9 16.21
SnomedCT 53524009, 164739003, 370998006, 164733002, 141906001, 274798009
CPT 1012822
HL7 FS
LNC LP149841-1
English Ophthalmoscopies, Fundoscopy, Fundoscopy NOS, fundoscopic examination, fundoscopic exam, fundoscopic examination (physical finding), ophthalmoscopy (procedure), fundoscopy, ophthalmoscopy, funduscopy, Clinical evaluation of optic fundoscopy (procedure), Fundoscopic evaluation, Fundoscopy NOS (procedure), Ophthalmoscopy Procedures, Funduscopy, Ophthalmoscopic examination, Ophthalmoscopy (procedure), Ophthalmoscopy, NOS, Ophthalmoscopic examination, NOS, Fundoscopy, NOS, Funduscopy, NOS, Clinical evaluation of optic fundoscopy, Ophthalmoscopy
Italian Esame del fundus, Oftalmoscopia
Japanese 眼底検査, ガンテイケンサ
Swedish Oftalmoskopi
Czech oftalmoskopie, Fundoskopie
Finnish Silmäntähystys
Russian OFTAL'MOSKOPIIA, ОФТАЛЬМОСКОПИЯ
French Examen du fond d'oeil, Ophtalmoscopie
Spanish fundoscopia, fondo de ojo, evaluación clínica de fundoscopia óptica, evaluación clínica de fundoscopia óptica (procedimiento), fundoscopia, SAI, fondo de ojo, SAI (procedimiento), fondo de ojo, SAI, oftalmoscopia, examen oftalmoscópico, oftalmoscopia (procedimiento), Fundoscopia, Oftalmoscopía
Croatian OFTALMOSKOPIJA
Polish Wziernikowanie dna oka, Oftalmoskopia
Hungarian Fundoszkópia
Norwegian Oftalmoskopi
Portuguese Fundoscopia, Oftalmoscopia
Dutch fundoscopie, Oftalmoscopie
German Fundoskopie, Ophthalmoskopie
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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