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48 Possible Causes for Abnormal Tonometry, No Cataracts

  • Glaucoma

    abnormally elevated.[] […] and cataract.[] It also confirms the association between cataracts and neuropathy with variants in POLG.[]

  • Open-Angle Glaucoma

    Any elevation of Intraocular Pressure (IOP) is considered “abnormal.[] cataract.[] Methods: CNTF concentrations were studied in 61 patients with age-related cataract, 55 patients with POAG combined with cataract, and 29 healthy controls (one eye in each[]

  • Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Her fluorescein stain reveals no abnormal uptake. Fundoscopic exam is difficult due to corneal haziness. Tonometry in the L eye shows a pressure of 28 mmHg.[] DESIGN: Cross-sectional study PARTICIPANTS: This study included 103 PAC or PACG patients who had undergone cataract surgery.[] Intraocular Pressure Abnormal clinical signs include intraocular pressure in any of the following presentations: IOP above 22 mm Hg as measured by applanation tonometry Measurements[]

  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Her fluorescein stain reveals no abnormal uptake. Fundoscopic exam is difficult due to corneal haziness. Tonometry in the L eye shows a pressure of 28 mmHg.[] She underwent penetrating keratoplasty combined with cataract extraction, anterior segment reconstruction with a custom artificial iris implantation.[] Learning Assessment Clinical skills such as gonioscopy, tonometry, anterior segment OCT and UBM may be tested in a proficiency clinical exam Knowledge base of the condition[]

  • Secondary Glaucoma

    AIM: To determine the prevalence and risk factors associated with secondary glaucoma postcongenital cataract surgery.[] . / [Evolution of secondary pseudoexfoliative glaucoma after cataract surgery in patients with cataract-glaucoma combination].[] Abstract Secondary glaucoma constitutes major sight-threatening complication of pediatric cataract surgery, yet the etiology remains unclear.[]

  • Endophthalmitis

    Most patients with endophthalmitis following pediatric cataract surgery were 2 to 4 years of age (36.4%).[] CONCLUSIONS: This prospective survey identified the current perioperative practices representing cataract surgery and the incidence of endophthalmitis following cataract surgery[] Cataract. Last full review/revision July 2014. Accessed February 24, 2016. 3. U.S.[]

  • Vitreous Hemorrhage

    Abstract We describe the surgical technique of using an illuminated infusion chandelier for cataract extraction in patients with absent red reflex due to vitreous hemorrhage[] Advanced Lens Implants for Cataract Surgery Dr.[] Nine out 20 (40%) phakic patients developed cataract during the follow-up period, and 7 (31%) of them underwent cataract surgery.[]

  • Granulomatous Iritis

    Posterior subcapsular cataracts may be present if the patient has had repeated episodes of iritis or ongoing chronic inflammation.[] Associated ocular complications (eg, cataracts, corneal decompensation, glaucoma, chronic cystoid macular edema, hypotony, optic neuropathy) may result in severe vision loss[] Vision Visual acuity may range from normal to significantly reduced, depending on the extent of the ocular inflammation and complications such as cataract, glaucoma, and cystoid[]

  • Hydrophthalmos

    cataract, or after linear extraction.[] […] dense cataracts.[] The cataractous lenses may be small and abnormally formed.[]

  • Intraocular Medulloepithelioma

    Hone and expand your surgical skills by watching 40 brand-new videos demonstrating key techniques in cornea, cataract, refractive, retina and glaucoma surgery.[] […] disease, including new drug therapies for retinal disorders; today's expanded uses of optical coherence tomography (OCT) and high-resolution imaging modalities; new corneal, cataract[] When present with or without a cataract, cyclitic membranes may be mistaken for a persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous, retinoblastoma or Coat’s disease.[]

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