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708 Possible Causes for Abnormal Tonometry, Optic Disc Pallor, Visual Field Test Abnormal

  • Glaucoma

    abnormally elevated.[] (The visual field is the area of space a person can see at a given instant without moving the eyes.) These abnormalities may be an early sign of disease.[] disc pallor in humans. 1 - 5 Current pathophysiologic concepts of early glaucoma are based primarily on experimentally induced elevations of ocular pressure in laboratory[]

  • Open-Angle Glaucoma

    Any elevation of Intraocular Pressure (IOP) is considered “abnormal.[] Your doctor also may use a variety of non-invasive laser technologies to examine the optic nerve in your eye and perform a visual field test to detect abnormalities in your[] […] of glaucoma Changes in the optic nerve in glaucoma are classically considered to be cupping and pallor of the disc.[]

  • 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.[] […] of optic disc Perimetry: visual field testing to detect blind spots in the visual field Therapy Indication: IOP 25 mm Hg Conservative ( first-line ) : topical prostaglandins[] 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[]

  • 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.[] disc pallor seen in advanced glaucoma is due to a more excavated cup rather than pallor of the neuroretinal rim Changes in Position of the Optic Cup Mild glaucomatous atrophy[] 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[]

  • Secondary Glaucoma

    PURPOSE: To examine clinical outcomes following an initial trabeculectomy with mitomycin-C for secondary glaucoma associated with uveitis in Behçet disease (BD) patients. DESIGN: Retrospective interventional case series. PATIENTS AND METHODS: Twenty-two eyes in 18 patients with uveitic glaucoma (UG) associated with[…][]

    Missing: Optic Disc Pallor
  • Retinal Hemorrhage

    Retinal hemorrhage is a well-recognized manifestation of child abuse found in many babies with shaken baby syndrome. The presence of retinal hemorrhage is generally associated with more severe neurological damage and a worse clinical outcome. MR imaging findings of retinal hemorrhages are not well described in the[…][]

    Missing: Optic Disc Pallor
  • Foster-Kennedy Syndrome

    The original description of the Foster Kennedy syndrome included the clinical triad of optic disc pallor in one eye, optic disc edema in the other eye, and reduced olfaction[] An 11-year-old boy with a juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma developed optic disc pallor in one eye and optic disc edema in the other eye (Foster Kennedy Syndrome [FKS])[] The right optic nerve head showed less disc edema but the optic disc pallor became evident at this time [Figure 2] a.[]

    Missing: Abnormal Tonometry
  • Primary Optic Atrophy

    Learning assessment Facilitate case discussion to achieve learning objectives Clinical skills can be tested via practicum of visual field, OCT and fundus photography Knowledge[] Differential Diagnosis Optic atrophy versus other causes of optic disc pallor: • Pallor of optic disc in partial optic atrophy must be differentiated from other causes of[] With this information, it is possible to correlate the degree of slimming within these layers to abnormalities in the visual fields.[]

    Missing: Abnormal Tonometry
  • Foveal Retinoschisis

    […] underwent a complete ophthalmic examination including visual acuity assessment, refraction, slit-lamp biomicroscopy, gonioscopy, Goldmann applanation tonometry, and dilated[] A glaucomatous visual field defect was defined as (1) outside normal limits on the glaucoma hemifield test or (2) three abnormal points with P P Patients enrolled in the IGPS[] A normal-appearing optic disc was defined as the absence of glaucomatous optic neuropathy and pallor or swelling of the optic disc.[]

  • Chiasmal Syndrome

    This can be tested easily at bedside. Visual fields The hallmark abnormality associated with chiasmal compression is a bitemporal superior quadrantanopsia.[] Figure 1: Humphrey automated static perimetry shows complete bitemporal hemianopia Click here to view Figure 2: (a) Fundus photography showing optic disc pallor in the left[] As mentioned prior, visual field testing may reveal superior bitemporal visual field defects that do not respect the vertical meridian.[]

    Missing: Abnormal Tonometry

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