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144 Possible Causes for Chorioretinitis, Interstitial Keratitis, Progressive Loss of Vision

  • Syphilis

    […] to ICD-10-CM 090.1 Early congenital syphilis, latent convert 090.1 to ICD-10-CM 090.2 Early congenital syphilis, unspecified convert 090.2 to ICD-10-CM 090.3 Syphilitic interstitial[] For emergency physicians it is important to be aware of iritis, uveitis, or chorioretinitis as ocular manifestations of neurosyphilis especially in this high-risk population[] Abstract We present a case of ocular syphilis after a renal transplantation involving progressive vision loss without clinically identifiable ocular disease.[]

  • Uveitis

    The clinical records of patients with syphilis chorioretinitis were reviewed.[] keratitis, cicatrizing conjunctivitis, ocular sarcoidosis, and uveitis associated with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.[] This form is more difficult to treat, and is often associated with progressive loss of vision.[]

  • Syphilitic Chorioretinitis

    keratitis A50.32 Late congenital syphilitic chorioretinitis A50.39 Other late congenital syphilitic oculopathy A50.4 Late congenital neurosyphilis [juvenile neurosyphilis[] The clinical presentations of ocular syphilitic chorioretinitis include uveitis, optic neuritis, and nonnecrotizing retinitis.[] CASE REPORT A 24-year-old male presented to the emergency department (ED) with five days of acute painless progressive bilateral loss of vision without photophobia, discharge[]

  • Retinitis

    Diagnosis of congenital syphilis in adults presenting with interstitial keratitis. Can J Ophthalmol . 1994;29:77-80. Margo CE, Hamed LM. Ocular syphilis.[] Chorioretinitis due to cytomegalovirus (disorder) Chorioretinitis, both eyes Choroiditis Choroiditis, both eyes CMV chorioretinitis Cytomegaloviral retinitis Cytomegalovirus[] A loss of side vision, or tunnel vision, is also common as RP progresses.[]

  • Onchocerciasis

    Dead microfilariae in the eyes release Wolbachia that cause inflammation and can lead to interstitial keratitis, band keratopathy, faint iritis or iridocyclitis, posterior[] Further, extension of chorioretinal lesions may occur even after infection has been treated ( Cooper 1997 ).[] loss of vision.[]

  • Interstitial Keratitis

    Interstitial keratitis (IK) is corneal scarring due to chronic inflammation of the corneal stroma.[] Although no history of intraocular inflammation was present, there was evidence of inactive chorioretinitis and vitritis found at initial presentation.[] Misdiagnosis leads to nontreatment or treatment with the wrong medication, allowing the disease to progress and potentially result in vision loss.[]

  • Herpes Simplex Infection

    Tegument-Specific, Virus-Reactive CD4 T Cells Localize to the Cornea in Herpes Simplex Virus Interstitial Keratitis in Humans. J.[] […] findings Cutaneous : scarring, active lesions, hypo- and hyperpigmentation, erythematous macular exanthem Ophthalmologic : microopthalmia, retinal dysplasia, optic atrophy, chorioretinitis[] Subsequent progression of the more severely involved right eye resulted in an exudative retinal detachment and loss of vision prior to the patient's death from meningoencephalitis[]

  • Chorioretinitis

    Syphilitic ocular manifestations include interstitial keratitis, chorioretinitis, retinal vasculitis, vitritis, and papillitis, among which uveitis is the most commonly reported[] ) Retinitis and chorioretinitis retinochoroiditis Chorioretinitis, Choroid retinitis edit English chorioretinitis inflammation of the choroid Chorioretinitis (& photoretinitis[] Symptoms may include the presence of: Floating black spots Blurred vision Progressive loss of vision Pain or redness in the eye Sensitivity to light Excessive tearing Impaired[]

  • Sclerosing Keratitis

    H16.321 Diffuse interstitial keratitis, right eye H16.322 Diffuse interstitial keratitis, left eye H16.323 Diffuse interstitial keratitis, bilateral H16.329 Diffuse interstitial[] chorioretinal scars (H59.81-) H31.00 Unspecified chorioretinal scars H31.001 Unspecified chorioretinal scars, right eye H31. 002 Unspecified chorioretinal scars, left eye[] […] associated with variable epithelial loss. Progressive circumferential and central stromal thinningwith an undermined and infiltrated leading edge. Vascularization involving[]

  • Cogan Syndrome

    keratitis.[] Poliosis and alopecia do not occur in Cogan’s syndrome, even if meningism is sometimes present. 32 , 33 Iritis, scleritis, 4 episcleritis, and chorioretinitis are rarely found[] Usually, within a few hours to a few weeks evidence of eighth nerve involvement appears, manifested by tinnitus, nausea, vomiting, vertigo, and bilateral progressive loss[]

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