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181 Possible Causes for Blepharitis, Burning Eyes, Visual Acuity Decreased

  • Corneal Abrasion

    Many cleaning products contain harsh chemicals that can burn eyes.[] Visual acuity may decrease slightly, greatly, or fluctuate.[] Additional Eye Disorders Amblyopia Blepharitis Cataracts Chalazion Choroidal Nevus Conjunctivitis Corneal Infections Corneal Neovascularization Corneal Ulcer Dry Eye Fuchs[]

  • Conjunctivitis

    (green or white) Itchy eyes (especially in pink eye caused by allergies ) Burning eyes (especially in pink eye caused by chemicals and irritants) Blurred vision Increased[] Differential diagnosis: conditions to rule out before diagnosing conjunctivitis Uveitis : marked pain, photophobia and possibly decreased visual acuity should ring alarm bells[] Red eye and relapsing conjunctivitis-blepharitis are among the most common ocular disease in elderly patients.[]

  • Sjogren's Syndrome

    How: clinically, patients with kcs may present with itching, burning eyes. They may complain of a dry sensation or of a foreign body sensation of the eyes.[] A 74-year-old man presented with a progressive decrease in visual acuity and foreign body sensation in his right eye 8 days post uncomplicated phacoemulsification cataract[] Private practitioners were more likely to use symptom questionnaires and grading scales and to describe anterior blepharitis.[]

  • Acute Contagious Conjunctivitis

    (green or white) Itchy eyes (especially in pink eye caused by allergies ) Burning eyes (especially in pink eye caused by chemicals and irritants) Blurred vision Increased[] Unlike bacterial conjunctivitis, which is usually self-limiting, acute conjunctivitis is associated with significant morbidity such as: Decreased visual acuity or light sensitivity[] Staphylococcus aureus and Moraxella lacunata may also cause chronic conjunctivitis in patients with associated blepharitis.[]

  • Blepharitis

    It is a chronic external eye disorder resulting in red, burning, and irritated eyes. What causes blepharitis?[] If there is a decrease in visual acuity or the patient complains of moderate/severe pain, there may be more than blepharitis going on and referral is then also necessary.[] The use of an anti-dandruff shampoo may help prevent blepharitis if dandruff is contributing to the blepharitis.[]

  • Orbital Cellulitis

    […] movements Eye pain, especially with movement Eye burning, itching and discharge Swelling of the eyelids Decreased vision as a result of swollen eyelid Bulging eyes (forward[] Decreased visual acuity and chemosis are less frequently seen: Proptosis (there may be exposure keratopathy).[] Learn more: Eyelid inflammation (blepharitis) » Cellulitis of the eyelid is caused by a bacterial infection.[]

  • Iritis

    Iritis can be develop after blunt eye trauma or a chemical burn, typically within 3 days. However, iritis can also develop without injury (see Uveitis ).[] However, a red eye in conjunction with symptoms such as photophobia, pain, and decreased visual acuity is an important clue to a much more serious disorder.[] Patients with inflammatory eye diseases are at risk for ocular vaccinial diseases, including blepharitis, iritis , and keratitis. See Also Nearby Words[]

  • Secondary Glaucoma

    Such burns are devastating injuries and very difficult to treat, or even save the eye, in severe cases.[] For one of these three eyes, visual acuity decreased to no light perception.[] The most common complication of glaucoma laser surgery is a temporary increase in eye pressure, which is treated with glaucoma eye drops.[]

  • Gonococcal Conjunctivitis

    The eye burns and smarts and feels painful. It is tender to touch.[] There is tender lid oedema, profuse discharge, keratitis (with oedema, fluorescein uptake, decreased visual acuity and photophobia), and preauricular lymphadenopathy.[] H01024Squamous blepharitis left upper eyelid H01025Squamous blepharitis left lower eyelid H01026Squamous blepharitis left eye, unspecified eyelid H01029Squamous blepharitis[]

  • Vernal Conjunctivitis

    Symptoms include: Burning eyes . Discomfort in bright light ( photophobia ). Itching eyes .[] He presents for an eye examination complaining of a four month history of decreased distance visual acuity.[] The exclusion criteria for controls included blepharitis, obvious eyelid or ocular surface disorders, contact lens wearers, atopic dermatitis, continuous eye drops use, history[]

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