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2,410 Possible Causes for Meridians, eyeball, of

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  • Exfoliation Syndrome

    For reasons that are poorly understood, a small percentage of elderly adults secrete a protein within the fluid of the inner eyeball.[] Twelve XFS eyes (71%) and six unaffected fellow eyes (35%) had grade 3 or 4 in at least one meridian (P 0.07, Friedman test).[] But in larger amounts, they can partially block the drainage structure of the eye, thus causing high pressure inside the eyeball, known as pseudoexfoliative glaucoma.[]

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  • Atropine

    The greatest change in CT was observed in the inferior meridian, while the nasal meridian exhibited the least change.[] After corneal trephination was performed the eyeball seemed to pulsate with the heartbeat.[] Vaccines) , ATROPINE SULFATE (HF Acquisition Co LLC) , ATROPINE SULFATE (Hospira) , ATROPINE (MWI) , ATROPINE SULFATE (Medical Purchasing Solutions) , ATROPEN AUTO-INJECTOR (Meridian[]

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  • Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy

    RESULTS: In all meridians, the posterior insertion of the vitreous was drawn anteriorly, creating a retinal trough, and the meridian distance between the anterior and posterior[] CONCLUSION: Total retinectomy may be a last option to preserve the eyeball in cases with massive fibrosis and rhegmatogenous retinal detachment, despite previous complex surgical[] With its incidence exceeding 60%, proliferative vitreoretinopathy (PVR) remains the most important pathology responsible for loss of vision, even the eyeball, after certain[]

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  • Hyperopia

    While the eyeball is too short, images sent through the normal cornea and lens are focused at the back of the retina giving a blurry object in our vision.[] METHODS: Cycloplegic refraction was used to identify hyperopia ( 3.0 to 6.0 diopters [D] in most hyperopic meridian of at least 1 eye, astigmatism 1.5 D, anisometropia 1.0[] CONCLUSIONS: Peripheral hypertrophic subepithelial corneal degeneration can result in progressive flattening of the central corneal topography in the involved meridians.[]

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  • Pterygium

    And knives in my eyeballs do.[] Pterygia (plural for pterygium), typically grow from the 3 o’clock or 9 o’clock meridians nasally and/or temporally.[] […] of the vertical meridian, negating to some extent the with-the-rule astigmatism.[]

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  • Intercostal Neuralgia

    The main diseased regions are distribution of liver and the gallbladder meridians.[] […] herpes virus (intercostal neuralgia, herpetic neuritis) trigeminal neuralgia - severe pain in the innervation zone of trigeminal nerve branches on the face, cornea of the eyeball[] meridian, Neiguan, A is the hole.[]

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  • Presbyopia

    Nearsightedness developed due shortened eyeballs and over-stressed eye muscles but aging vision happened due to thickening of the lens.[] Astigmatism Astigmatism is a refraction error of the eye in which there is a difference in degree of refraction in different meridians.[] Farsightedness occurs as a result of the shape of the eyeball, which causes light rays to bend incorrectly once they have entered the eye.[]

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  • Retinoblastoma

    Histopathology of the enucleated eyeball showed tumor infiltration into the iris and the ciliary body in two cases, and massive choroidal invasion in the third case.[] These abnormalities were found at the injection site or within the meridian of the injection and included a traumatic cataract following an injection at an outside hospital[] […] describe an 18-month-old child with such a finding who had a retinoblastoma that was undifferentiated, extensively necrotic, heavily calcified, and completely filled the eyeball[]

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  • Insect Bite

    Did the bite or sting involve the eyeball? Yes Bite or sting to eyeball No Bite or sting to eyeball Could you be having a severe allergic reaction ?[] Did the bite or sting involve the eyeball?[] Yes Bite or sting to eyeball No Bite or sting to eyeball This is more likely if you have had a bad reaction to something in the past.[]

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  • Microphthalmos

    Some aberrant retinal tissue was found in the wall of the cyst, and markedly disorganized ocular tissue forming a tumor-like mass filled the microphthalmic eyeball.[] In addition, a novel SD-OCT marker of the posterior pole curvature, termed the posterior pole curvature index (PPCI), was measured along both the vertical and horizontal meridians[] The cyst presented either as a swelling in the lower lid or as a sinus with purulent discharge associated with absent or small sized eyeball.[]

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