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Eye Injury Case Studies


Loss of Eye Following Excessive Radiotherapy

K consulted an Optometrist due to problems that she was experiencing with vision in her right eye. She was diagnosed as suffering from retinal detachment and was referred to her local hospital.  A diagnosis of malignant melanoma of the right choroid...

Delay in Diagnosis of Trigeminal Neuralgia

N was treated by her Neurosurgeon for trigeminal neuralgia. However, following the surgery and despite complaints of loss of vision, this was not acted upon by the medical team which resulted in N losing the vision in her right eye.  Independent expert...

Lasik Treatment Resulted in Double Vision

W had not needed glasses or contact lenses for the first 40 years of his life although in his mid forties he started to use glasses for reading although he did not need them for any distance work. Following his retirement it was W’s intention to...

Delay in Diagnosis of Dispersion Glaucoma

M suffered from a rare ophthalmic condition called dispersion glaucoma, and believed that a failure on the part of the hospital treating him may have contributed to the severity of his condition. Our approach M asked us to investigate whether he might have...

Failure to Diagnose Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)

L was born by emergency caesarean section at a gestation age of just 25 weeks. When he was born he weighed just 600 grams. Due to his prematurity L was deemed to be at risk of Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) and was initially examined. No signs were...