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22 Possible Causes for Conjunctival Biopsy Abnormal, Corneal Infiltrate, Loss of Vision

  • Acanthamoeba Keratitis

    She presented with a burning sensation and extreme pain, along with loss of vision.[] It typically presents as a unilateral central or paracentral corneal infiltrate, often with a ring-shaped peripheral infiltrate.[] The progressive nature of the corneal infiltrate, the epithelial defect, and the lack of response to treatment was highly suggestive for Acanthamoeba keratitis.[]

  • Fungal Keratitis

    A 77-year old male presented with ocular pain, conjunctival injection, and severe loss of vision in his left eye.[] The corneal infiltrate findings were suggestive of fungal keratitis, and corneal smears were positive for septate fungal hyphae.[] Prompt and aggressive medical management with voriconazole or therapeutic PKP in nonresponsive cases is essential to prevent irreversible loss of vision.[]

  • Pterygium

    We report an interesting case of infectious scleritis from coinfection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Bipolaris with no corneal infiltrate.[] In advanced cases, the pterygium may grow over the central part of the cornea leading to severe astigmatism or loss of vision.[] Infiltrate on corneal surface is separated by a clear zone from the limbus. Occur at 2, 4, 8, and 10 o'clock position. Does not have typical pterygium shape.[]

  • Trachoma

    This can lead to loss of vision. With the evolution of the disease through the various stages, the cornea becomes opaque resulting in gradual loss of vision.[] Another common finding is a diffused corneal opacity that is the end stage of peripheral and central corneal infiltrates.[] There is also keratitis with corneal infiltrates, pannus and vascularization.[]

  • Chlamydial Conjunctivitis

    Possible complications of Adult Chlamydial Conjunctivitis include: Permanent eye damage Permanent loss of vision Corneal ulcer Bonding of the eyelids to the eyeball, total[] corneal neovascularization and/or conjunctival scaring Conjunctival follicles or corneal infiltrates may persist for months Management: Combined topical and systemic antibiotics[] Classic, chronic, severe trachoma in hyperendemic areas progresses to marked lid deformation and loss of vision.[]

  • Sarcoidosis

    Nervous system symptoms can include: seizures hearing loss headaches Eye symptoms can include: dry eyes itchy eyes eye pain vision loss a burning sensation in your eyes a[] Keratic precipitates located on the lower part of corneal endothelium are also visible. Retinal vasculitis in sarcoidosis.[] We described the case of a 12-year-old boy who presented with monocular vision loss accompanied by unusual MRI features of an extensive meningeal infiltrating mass lesion.[]

  • Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency

    A patient with acquired monocular vision due to loss of the left eye owing to LSCD postblast injury presented with acute loss of vision in the right eye due to central retinal[] […] associated secondary complications sterile corneal necrosis (22% vs. 11%, P 0.059) and corneal infiltrate (20% vs. 10%, P 0.08) were twice as common in eyes with LSCD.[] As she had severe loss of vision with persisting conjunctival nodule and symblepharon 2 years following surgery, an impression of failed CLET was formed.[]

  • Conjunctivitis

    In spite most of these cases are benign; some of them may progress to systemic complications like loss of vision if left untreated.[] Corneal infiltrates are very rare.[] Häufige Begriffe und Wortgruppen abnormalities Acad Dermatol acute antibodies antigen Arch Dermatol Arch Ophthalmol areas arthritis associated biopsy blepharitis cause cell[]

  • Punctate Keratitis

    […] of vision glaucoma This infection generally begins with inflammation of the membrane lining the eyelid (conjunctiva) and the portion of the eyeball that comes into contact[] The opacities represent corneal mononuclear cell infiltrates consistent with a viral entity.[] Conjunctival biopsies showed epithelial parakeratosis, hyperplasia, basal cells hyperplasia, and tufts.[]

  • Onchocerciasis

    They can damage the eye, causing loss of vision. RB is treated with ivermectin, which targets the tiny, young worms. It does not kill the large, adult worms.[] Wolbachia release after microfilaria death in the cornea causes corneal edema and opacity by inducing neutrophil and macrophage infiltration and activation in the corneal[] Skin and conjunctival biopsy specimens initially disclosed no abnormalities.[]

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