What is Your Diagnosis?

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1. Periorbital Cellulitis versus Orbital Cellultis
2. Blepharitis
3. Floppy lid syndrome
4. Superficial punctate keratitis
5. Acanthamoeba keratitis
6. Bacterial corneal ulcer
7. Subconjunctival hemorrhage
8. Dendritic keratitis secondary to Herpes Simplex
9. Hypopyon associated with endophthalmitis
10. Retinal detachment (decreased visual acuity)
11. Branch retinal artery occlusion
12. Retinal tear
13. 3 rd nerve palsy
14. 6th nerve palsy
15. Corneal abrasion secondary to a fingernail
16. Corneal foreign body and secondary infection
17. Chemical injury with corneal abrasion
18. Traumatic hyphema
19. Traumatic iridodialysis
20. Central retinal artery occlusion
21. Papilledema (normal visual acuity)
22. Peripheral retinal detachment (normal acuity)
23. BB pellet in the orbit
24. Traumatic corneal laceration and cataract
25. Allergic conjunctivitis
26. Central retinal vein occlusion
27. Branch retinal vein occlusion
28. Traumatic lid lacerations secondary to dog bite
29. Diabetic retinopathy
30. Hypertensive retinopathy 
31. Wet age-related macular degeneration
32. Vitreous hemorrhage
33. Iritis with keratic precipitates
34. Acute angle closure glaucoma
35. Viral conjunctivitis (Adenovirus)
36. Bacterial conjunctivitis