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418 Possible Causes for Blepharoptosis, Red Eye

  • Conjunctivitis

    Specialty Ophthalmology A red eye is an eye that appears red due to illness or injury.[] The differential diagnosis for red eye is broad because many ophthalmic conditions masquerade as conjunctivitis (Table).[] (Redirected from Reddish eye) Red eye Subconjunctival hemorrhage causing red coloration as result of ruptured blood vessel in the eye.[]

  • Blepharitis

    Symptoms Blepharitis symptoms and signs include: Watery eyes Red eyes A gritty, burning or stinging sensation in the eyes Eyelids that appear greasy Itchy eyelids Red, swollen[] This leads to irritated and red eyes. Several diseases and conditions can cause blepharitis. Blepharitis is often a chronic condition that is difficult to treat.[] Chronic pink eye. Blepharitis can lead to recurrent bouts of pink eye (conjunctivitis). Injury to the cornea.[]

  • Anterior Uveitis

    She then developed red left eye 'conjunctivitis'. She had no discharge, mild pain and intense photophobia.[] Anterior uveitis, in which inflammation is confined to the anterior portion of the uveal tract, is a common cause of acute red eye and has an incidence of 1 in 10 000.[] […] right eye.[]

  • Graves Disease

    Symptoms vary from patient to patient and can include: Eye inflammation Eye redness Bulging eyes Dryness or gritty sensation in the eyes Pressure or pain in the eye(s) Light[] Less severe—but still bothersome—eye symptoms include red eye, tearing, a feeling of sand or dust in the eye(s), and sensitivity to light.[] In Graves’ Ophthalmopathy, the immune system targets the area surrounding eyes and may cause inflammation, redness, achiness, pink eye, eyelid retraction and bulging eyes.[]

  • Cavernous Sinus Thrombosis

    You may experience: swelling and bulging of the eyes – this usually starts in one eye and spreads to the other eye within 24 to 48 hours red eyes eye pain – which can be severe[] You may experience: swelling and bulging of the eyes – this usually starts in one eye and spreads to the other eye soon after red eyes eye pain – which can be severe vision[] , red eyes, involuntary movements of the eyes, and vision abnormalities.[]

  • Retinoblastoma

    […] like a ‘cat’s eye’ in a photograph, especially when there is a ‘red eye’ look in the other.[] The initial observation by parents/caregiver was reduced vision (n 1), red eye (n 1), or cloudy eye (n 1), and the initial finding by physician was iris tumor (n 2) or hyphema[] Other symptoms can include: Crossed eyes Double vision Eyes that do not align Eye pain and redness Poor vision Differing iris colors in each eye If the cancer has spread,[]

  • Trachoma

    , watering and swelling of the eye Sensitivity to light Red lumps in the eyelid Eventual eye pain, corneal scarring and visual impairment Irreversible blindness if left untreated[] […] exam to look for scarring on the inside of the upper eye lid, redness of the white part of the eyes, and new blood vessel growth into the cornea.[] When infected, the conjunctival covering of the eye becomes red and irritated (inflamed).[]

  • Meibomian Cyst

    Meibographic and Interferometric Evaluation of Phlyctenular Keratitis in Children - MEIBO-ROSACEE Recruiting NCT03479853 9 Subconjunctival Injection of Local Anesthetic in Anterior Blepharoptosis[] After the operation The eye will be swollen, red, watery and sticky and, sometimes, there will be bruising or a black eye. This could take several weeks to recover.[] eye · Visible scarring on the skin · Infection: conjunctivitis infection can occur causing a sore, red discharging eye, but serious infections in the eyelids or the eye socket[]

  • Pulsating Exophthalmos

    1980 8 An unusual case of bilateral pulsating exophthalmos. ( 666970 ) Fraser D.M....Lenton R.J. 1978 9 Blowout fracture of the orbital roof with pulsating exophthalmos, blepharoptosis[] CT angiography scan showing proptosis and superior ophthalmic vein enlargement of the right eye. Figure 3.[] Blepharoptosis, lagophthalmos (incomplete lid closure), and interpalpebral fissure distance are additional signs to be considered during the examination.[]

  • Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus

    A 64-year-old male patient with blepharoptosis of his right eye and multiple vesicles on the forehead, nose and cheeks, limitation on all gazes, blepharoptosis, and exophthalmia[] All 23 patients who developed moderate to severe eye disease presented with a red eye.[] Clinical orbital findings included proptosis, blepharoptosis, ophthalmoplegia, diplopia, and visual loss.[]

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