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386 Possible Causes for Ciliary Injection, Scleromalacia Perforans, Unilateral Red Eye

  • Scleritis and Episcleritis

    red eye, but bilateral in a quarter to a half of cases Mild ache or burning sensation Sometimes tender on palpation Occasionally watery Condition commonly recurrent Signs[] Of these, 13 were regarded as scleromalacia perforans. Posterior scleritis (6 eyes) The diagnosis is based on an exact clinical examination which is fully described.[] Uveitis presents as a circumlimbal flush injection pattern (ie., increased vascular dilatation overlying the ciliary body).[]

  • Keratitis

    In the hospitalized patient with a unilateral red eye, always suspect herpes simplex keratitis.[] eye Photophobia Signs Ulcer (stromal infiltrate with overlying epithelial loss) which may be round or arcuate, single or multiple, unilateral or bilateral, adjacent to limbus[] Answer and interpretation History: Painful red eye, altered vision, foreign body sensation, photophobia, tearing; usually unilateral Skin (e.g., eyelid) vesicular rash may[]

    Missing: Scleromalacia Perforans
  • Anterior Uveitis

    All investigated AAU patients showed severe ciliary injection, numerous dust keratic precipitates (KPs), aqueous flare and inflammatory cells, and were treated predominantly[] Conjunctivitis causes watering and discharge from the eye ACUTE ANTERIOR UVEITIS (IRITIS) Presentation * Painful red eye – usually unilateral. * Photophobia and watering of[] Biomicroscopic anterior segment examination of the right eye showed corneal keratic precipitates, ciliary injection, and moderate amount of cells in anterior chamber.[]

    Missing: Scleromalacia Perforans
  • Uveitis

    injection’) keratic precipitates (KP) – fine or ‘mutton fat’ aqueous cells aqueous flare intraocular pressure commonly normal but raised in some cases posterior synechiae[] Symptoms [ 11 ] Acute anterior uveitis Usually unilateral. Pain, redness and photophobia are typical. Eye pain is often worse when trying to read.[] Uveitis Ciliary Flush (or blush) Injection of bulbar Conjunctiva around limbus (circumcorneal hyperemia) Anterior flare Flare is an increased turbidness or cloudiness of[]

    Missing: Scleromalacia Perforans
  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Often, closed angle glaucoma presents acutely as a painful red eye. Reference: (1) European Glaucoma Society (EGS) 2008.[] […] with superficial and deep vessels dilated (ciliary injection).[] Frequently associated symptoms include eye redness, headache (classically unilateral and periorbital), nausea, vomiting, and photophobia.[3] Rarely, acute ACG can present[]

    Missing: Scleromalacia Perforans
  • Iritis

    Iritis left eye: Typical ciliary injection around the limbus. Posterior synechiae: Irregular pupil due to the iris adhering to the lens between 6 and 9 o'clock.[] , red, painful eye.[] The acute form is usually characterized by pain, photophobia, ciliary injection, exudates in the anterior chamber (aqueous flare), keratic precipitates, oedema, constricted[]

    Missing: Scleromalacia Perforans
  • Herpes Simplex Dendritic Keratitis

    In addition, there may be mild conjunctival injection, ciliary flush, mild stromal edema and subpeithelial white blood cell infiltration.[] […] flush & conjunctival injection 25.[] Answer and interpretation History: Painful red eye, altered vision, foreign body sensation, photophobia, tearing; usually unilateral Skin (e.g., eyelid) vesicular rash may[]

    Missing: Scleromalacia Perforans
  • Corneal Abrasion

    injection, cells, flare) Differential diagnosis Infectious keratitis (all forms) Recurrent corneal erosion Spontaneous epithelial breakdown in EBM Dystrophy (see Clinical[] Abrasion Conjunctival injection (redness) or ciliary injection. Epithelial defect that stains with fluorescein. Linear or multiple abrasions suggest a subtarsal FB.[] Ciliary spasm causing miosis, pain, and ciliary flush (injection of ciliary vessels surrounding the cornea) may indicate traumatic iritis.[]

    Missing: Scleromalacia Perforans
  • Uveal Disease

    Scleromalacia perforans. Note the thinning of the sclera, which leaves the choroid bare and covered by a thin layer of conjunctiva. FIGURE 6. Scleromalacia perforans.[] Unilateral red eye Eye irritation Conjunctival mass How is it diagnosed? Excisional or incisional biopsy What are the treatment options?[] perforans ( Figure 6 ).[]

  • Photophthalmia

    perforans, right eye H15.052 Scleromalacia perforans, left eye H15.053 Scleromalacia perforans, bilateral H15.091 Other scleritis, right eye H15.092 Other scleritis, left[] Steps Injected viscoelastic deepens the anterior chamber, elevates the iris, and expands the ciliary sulcus of the phakic, aphakic, or pseudophakic eye.[] H15.041 Scleritis with corneal involvement, right eye H15.042 Scleritis with corneal involvement, left eye H15.043 Scleritis with corneal involvement, bilateral H15.051 Scleromalacia[]