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Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Published by Universitas Sriwijaya
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27229807     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37275/sjo.v2i2.35
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Sriwijaya Journal of Opthalmology (SJO) is a peer-reviewed, scientific publication that welcomes the submission of original, previously unpublished manuscripts directed to ophthalmologists and visual science specialists describing clinical investigations, clinical observations, and clinically relevant laboratory investigations. Sriwijaya Journal of Opthalmology (SJO) publishes original article, case report and review article related opthalmology.
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BRANCH RETINAL VEIN OCCLUSION WITH COMPLICATIONS OF VITREUS BLEEDING PERFORMED BY VITRECTOMY AND ENDOLASER Novadianaz, Faika; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. Retinal vein occlusion is the largest group of retinal blood vessel abnormalities after diabetic retinopathy. Macular edema and neovascularization are major complications in BRVO that require therapy. Vitrectomy is indicated in cases of vitreous hemorrhage that fail spontaneous resolution after 6 weeks to 3 months. The time to do vitrectomy depends on the tendency of the ophtalmologist and the patient's visual needs. Case Presentation. A woman, 59 years old, housewife, came to the Eye Clinic on July 2016. The main complaint history is that the right eye has become more blurred since ± 2 months ago. On examination of the posterior segment of the right eye the detail is difficult to assess. In this patient suspected turbidity of the vitreous cavity so that an ultrasound examination was performed. Vitreous bleeding is an indication for vitrectomy. Intraoperatively after the vitrectomy, bleeding and ghost vessels were found in the super-temporal region. Conclusion. The main goals of therapy in BRVO are to improve hemodynamics, overcome macular edema, and prevent neovascularization.
EFFECT ANTI VEGF INTRAVITREAL TO CENTRAL RETINAL VEIN OCCLUSION Mayasari, Tiara; Amin, Ramzi; Ansyori, AK
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 1 No. 1 (2018): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. The cause of blood vessels abnormalities in the retina in addition to diabetes is obstruction in the veins. In general, retinal vein blockages are distinguished in two types i.e. blockage of retinal veins (BRVO) and obstruction of the central vein of the retina (CRVO). Reported a case of a central retinal vein occlusion with intravitreal anti-injection treatment of a VEGF Bevacizumab. Case presentation. A man, Mr. T, aged 52 years, with an address outside the city, the work of the foreman, came to RSMH's eye on October 2014. Anamnesis the main complaint of the right eye eyesight was suddenly dark since, one day before. One day before go to hospital, the sufferer complained about the right eye suddenly until it felt dark. He also complain often headaches without nausea and vomiting since before his right eye vision becomes blurred. Intravitreal anti-VEGF injection in these patients is planned to be re-done 4-6 weeks after the first injection if there has been no improvement in his vision. Evaluation of the effectiveness of intravitreal Bevacizumab anti-VEGF therapy through sharp improvement of vision, clinical features and anatomical improvement. Conclusion. A case of central retinal vein occlusion was reported in a 52-year-old male. After anamnesis, ophthalmologic examination and investigations, a diagnosis of CRVO is managed by intravitreal Anti VEGF injection.
DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF CENTRAL SEROUS CHORIORETINOPATHY Ammar Fardhana; Ansyori, AK; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 3 No. 1 (2020): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. Abnormalities in the macula is a very significant disorder. One abnormality that can be found is central serous chorioretinopathy (CSC). This case report aims to explain the diagnosis and management of Central Serous Chorioretinopathy. Case presentation. A 32-year-old man, a soldier, came for treatment at hospital on May 2017. Anamnesis of major complaints right eye blurred since, 1 week before hospitalization. From the investigations, in the right eye, the armsler grid examination showed an impression of metamorphopsia. On examination of the fundus photo, an impression of macular area edema with a clear border is obtained. OCT examination revealed that there was elevation of neuroretina tissue in the macula. This patient was managed by laser photocoagulation at the point of leakage of subretinal fluid. Conclusion. The diagnosis of central serous chorioretinopathy is made through history taking, ophthalmological examination, and supporting examinations of armsler grid, photo fundus, OCT and FFA. Laser photocoagulation can be performed, especially in cases of persistent, chronic, recurrent, or occupational needs.
LASER PAN-RETINAL PHOTOCOAGULATION TO TREAT CENTRAL RETINAL VEIN OCCLUSION Iqbal, Roland; Ansyori, AK; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2019): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. Retinal Vein Occlusion (RVO) is the second most common retinal blood vessel disease after diabetic retinopathy. CRVO is an acute blockage of the central retinal vein that causes abnormalities in the retina, characterized by sudden decreased vision. Based on the potential for vision loss from this retinal disease, proper diagnosis and management is needed to prevent further complications. Case Presentation. A man, age 50 years old, a civil servant, came to the eye clinic of Mohammad Hosein Hospital on February 2017. The main complaint was vision of right eye suddenly blurred since 5 months before. Based on the above examination found decreased vision in one eye, with visual acuity better than 6/60 and no RAPD. The funduscopic examination above shows the presence of dilatation and tortousity in the central retinal vein, dot / blot bleeding and flame shaped hemorrhages in all quadrants, exudates, neovascularization of the retina and optic disk, and the presence of edema in the optic disc and macula. Conclusion. Management performed on these patients is by performing a Pan-Retinal Photocoagulation (PRP) laser and Grid-Pattern Photocoagulation. The selection of this therapy is based on the consideration that the patient has been suffering from CRVO for more than 3 months.
DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF BLEEDING VITREOUS BY TRAUMA CLOSED EYEBALL Rika Anggraini; Ansyori, AK; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2019): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. Diagnosis of vitreous bleeding is generally straightforward and  it can be made through history, ophthalmological examination and fundoscopy. However, the management is determined by the underlying etiology. The most common causes as factors that cause opposite vitreous bleeding include retinopathy of proliferative diabetes, posterior vitreous detachment (PVD) and trauma in 59-88.5% of cases. Reported a case of vitreous hemorrhage due to closed eyeball trauma performed by pars plana vitrectomy and endolaser with significant vision improvement. Case Presentation. A male, 21 years old, student, lived in suburban, came to the Polyclinic of RSMH on July 2019. Approximately 1 month ago the patient complained that his right eye vision suddenly felt blurry after being hit by volleyball from the front from a distance of 1 meter while playing volleyball with his friends. Patients complain of the view of the right eye as if it were covered with a red shadow accompanied by pain around the right eye. Ophthalmological examination obtained vision of this patient is a wave of the hand that is 1/300 in the right eye and 6/6 in the left eye that shows the disorder is unilateral with a fairly poor decrease in vision. During intraoperative right eye hemorrhage was found to nearly cover the retina with the source of bleeding in peripheral retinal blood vessels which when found intraoperatively were not found extravasation or active bleeding. Conclusion. The operative action of pars plana vitrectomy gives a clinically significant result that is obtained very good sharp eyesight and from the examination results obtained echofree on vitreous. Proper timing is very important in determining the management of vitreous bleeding in order to get good results and minimize the risk of complications that can occur.
DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF MACULAR HOLES TRAUMATIC Reny Violeta; Ansyori, AK; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 2 No. 1 (2019): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. Macular hole is a defect in the retina involving the macula and fovea, in the form of damage to full thickness from the internal limiting membrane (ILM) to the outermost part of the photoreceptor layer . It was more often found in women. In patients with myopia disorders can be found at a younger age. In this case we report the macular hole caused by blunt trauma, as was the first time a macular hole case was discovered. Case Presentation. A man 24-year-old, Mr. C, came to Palembang RSMH eye clinic on August 15, 2014 with complaints of blurred right eye vision. Main Complaints: Right eye blurred. History Disease: Right eye blurred for about 3 months before entering the hospital. Blur is felt after the patient had a motorcycle accident 3 months ago. At that time the collision sufferer avoided the truck, the right eye hit the motorcycle handlebar, the patient then fell from the motorcycle and hit the highway head. A history of frequent headaches is denied, nausea, vomiting is denied, history of seeing in tunnels is denied. Supporting examination is Amsler Grid Oculi Dextra: there is a black hole in the middle of the image. differential diagnosis is Traumatic Macular Hole OD, Lamellar Macular Hole OD, work diagnosis is Traumatic Macular Hole stage 3 OD. Conclusion. Traumatic macular holes can occur immediately after blunt trauma to the eyeball, the accuracy of the diagnosis and the speed of the timing for surgery, greatly determining the prognosis. Vitrectomy and combined with internal limiting membrane peeling have been shown to provide excellent results in macular surgery in macular hole cases.
ANTI-VASCULAR ENDOTHELIAL GROWTH FACTOR INJECTION IN WET AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION M. Usman Salim; Ansyori, AK; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 2 No. 2 (2019): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. AMD is a macular progressive degeneration that arises at the age of more than 50 years, which is characterized by the presence of drusen which is a deposit of material between the retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) and the Bruch membrane. The prevalence of AMD is 29.2% unilateral and 70.8% bilateral. In unilateral wet AMD, 50% will develop on the other eye in a period of 5 years. Case Presentation. A woman, Mrs. S, 59 years old, civil servant working, located in the city, came to the Polyclinic RSMH on January 21, 2019. Anamnesis (Auto-anamnesis) the main complaint of vision of the left eye blurred since, 2 months ago. Since about two months ago, sufferers complained of vision in the left eye blurred, blurred felt suddenly, darker vision in the middle. Since about two weeks ago, sufferers complained that his left eye vision had become blurred. The view in the middle is covered with black shadows and accompanied by waves. Working diagnosis of macular oculi sinistra ec wet age-related macular degeneration. The treatment is informed consent, Pro injection of anti-VEGF intravitreal oculi sinistra, Pro laboratory check, Pro X-ray of thorax PA, Pro consul of internal medicine. Conclusion. A clinically significant case of macular edema (CSME) has been reported that is treated with intravitreal anti-VEGF combined with focal photon photocoagulation laser. A woman aged 55 years, with complaints of vision both eyes blurred since ± 6 months ago.
LASER PHOTOCOAGULATION : LITERATURE REVIEW Nailul Authoriyah; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 1 No. 2 (2018): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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The increasing role in the use of lasers for medicinal purposes has had an impact on advances in medicine. Laser photocoagulation is a therapy that is widely used for retinal diseases. The invention of lasers revolutionized retinal therapy by facilitating more precise, reliable applications and minimal pain. Based on single wavelength selection, the laser also reduces the amount of damage to adjacent tissue. In the field of medicine other than as curative therapy, laser photocoagulation is also carried out as a preventive measure, preventing the occurrence of more serious complications in these patients. At present, laser photocoagulation as a preventive therapy uses argon laser as its main ingredient. Argon lasers are lasers with green light. The purpose of this burning is to repair diseased or damaged eye tissue so that it can prevent complications that will be caused by persistent diseased or damaged tissue.
OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY ANGIOGRAPHY Dita Mintardi; Ansyori, AK; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 2 No. 1 (2019): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography (OCTA) is a new high-resolution imaging method for visualizing retinal and choroidal circulation without any dye injection By detecting intravascular flow quickly when needed and being able to repeat images, as often as needed, without risk to patients, doctors will value OCTA as one of the most important applications of OCT imaging because of its ability to offer precise visualization of intravascular flow in the inner retina layer and outside, as well as the inner choroid. OCTA uses high-speed structural OCT imaging and provides three-dimensional data about microvascular structures, enabling visualization of the en face apart from the retinal capillary plexus and choriocapillaris, combined with co-registered en face and cross-sectional structural OCT. Although OCTA is a strong modality, it can have imaging artifacts and provide information that is inherently more complex than structural OCT alone. Successful interpretation of OCTA findings requires an understanding of how OCTA works, the relationship of various ocular pathologies to its angiographic features, and integrated assessment of angiographic and structural OCT data.
MANAGEMENT OF REGMATOGENT RETINAL ABLATION BY BUCKLE SCLERA AND CRYOTERAPHY Faneisha; Ansyori, AK; Amin, Ramzi
Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology Vol. 3 No. 1 (2020): Sriwijaya Journal of Ophthalmology
Publisher : Department of Opthalmology, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Sriwijaya

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Introduction. The most common type is regmatogen retinal detachment (rhegmatogenous retinal detachment), which is a result of the process of tearing of the retinal layer. The principle of operative management of retinal detachment is to reattach the detached layer of the retina by previously identifying and closing if there is a retinal tear and releasing traction from vitreoretina. Actions can include sclera buckle, pars plana vitrectomy and pneumatic retinopexy. The consideration of the choice of operative therapy is dependent on the pathogenesis underlying each case of retinal detachment. Case presentation. This case report found complaints of patients with sudden blurred vision without red eyes or calm eye conditions and a diagnosis with regmatogen retinal detachment. From the history, in this patient was obtained, complaints of blurred vision such as closed curtains complained of the patient and complaints were preceded by views such as seeing flashes of light or photopsia and vision such as flying objects or floaters which are the most common complaints in 50% of patients with retinal regmatogen retention. occurs because of the lattice degeneration process. In cases of severe and extensive retinal detachment, the combination procedure for vitrectomy and scleral buckle is the primary choice for optimal outcome. Conclusion. At follow-up, posterior segment examination revealed retinal attachments that were uncomplicated. Follow up 2 weeks post therapy found that the retina was attached and had vision with improvement

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