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294 Possible Causes for Conjunctival Hyperemia

  • Streptococcal Infection

    More specific findings to the diagnosis include an erythrodermatous or scarlatiniform rash, nonpurulent conjunctival hyperemia, pharyngeal inflammation, and a strawberry tongue[]

  • Muckle Wells Syndrome

    CASE 3 Male patient, aged 20, presents episodes of urticaria, conjunctival hyperemia ( Figure 5 ) and arthralgia in the knees, since early infancy, that gets worse with exposure[] hyperemia from the very early months of life, which lasts for about two or three days and is related to exposure to the cold.[] CASE REPORTS CASE 1 Female pacient, aged 43, presents recurrent condition of urticaria ( Figures 1 , 2 and 3 ), arthralgias and edema of the knees and ankles, apart from conjunctival[]

  • Cogan Syndrome

    Slit-lamp examination revealed conjunctival hyperemia and peripheral corneal opacification, with inflammation and crystalline deposits on the corneal stroma, findings that[]

  • Blepharitis

    We could observe statistical difference in the outcome measurements of meibomian gland secretion, conjunctival hyperemia, telangiectasia of inferior lid, Rose Bengal, and[] Blepharitis was diagnosed based on clinical evidence of greasy scales between the cilia, lid margin erythema, conjunctival hyperemia, telangiectasia, thickening, or irregularity[] Staphylococcal blepharitis  Hard scales and crusing mainly located around the bases of the lashes esp. collorette  chronic conjunctival hyperemia with mild papillary conjunctivitis[]

  • Endophthalmitis

    Amongst controls, on the first day after surgery the most frequent signals ( 50%) were: ACR, corneal edema, conjunctival hyperemia and DMF.[] Signs include Intense conjunctival hyperemia and intraocular inflammation within the anterior chamber and vitreous Loss of the red reflex Eyelid edema (occasionally)[] Clinical features include conjunctival hyperemia , corneal haziness, hypopyon , and decreased visual acuity. Vitreous infiltrates are seen on slit lamp examination .[]

  • Erythema Multiforme

    A, Conjunctival hyperemia; B, extensive oral ulceration; and C, targetoid skin macules. Figure 2.[] Bilateral conjunctival hyperemia and targetoid skin macules involving his elbows, palms, upper thighs, and genitalia were observed ( Figure 1 ).[] After approximately 4 months, the patient again experienced conjunctival hyperemia, incapacitating oral ulcerations, and "target lesions" involving his upper extremities that[]

  • Cluster Headache

    hyperemia, sweating of the forehead, Homer’s syndrome The pain of the cluster attack is extreme and starts very quickly, usually without an aura or a warning.[] hyperemia (increased blood flow to the membranes lining the eyeball and the inside of the lids) Facial diaphoresis (sweaty face) Palpebral edema (swollen eyelids) Complete[] (but may be anytime) During cluster cycle, alcohol triggers the headaches Severe, excruciating, unilateral pain—usually periorbital Ipsilateral rhinorrhea, lacrimation, conjunctival[]

  • Conjunctivitis

    Subjects 31 days of age with severity grade 1 (scale 0-3) for both conjunctival discharge and conjunctival hyperemia were randomized to besifloxacin or gatifloxacin instilled[] The most common symptoms and signs in UCUO children were foreign body sensation (37/48) and conjunctival hyperemia (45/48), respectively.[] Symptoms are conjunctival hyperemia and ocular discharge and, depending on the etiology, discomfort and itching. Diagnosis is clinical; sometimes cultures are indicated.[]

  • Toxic Shock Syndrome

    hyperemia Renal: blood urea nitrogen or creatinine at least twice the upper limit of normal for laboratory or urinary sediment with pyuria (greater than or equal to 5 leukocytes[] CASE PRESENTATION A 37-year-old Caucasian woman presented to the emergency department with a two-day history of fevers, conjunctival hyperemia, abdominal cramps, myalgias,[] hyperemia Renal : BUN or creatinine at least twice the upper limit of normal or urinary sediment with pyuria ( 5 leukocytes/hpf) in the absence of urinary tract infection[]

  • Scleromalacia Perforans

    There wa5 a light conjunctival hyperemia of both palpebrae. Thp right eye. There were no signs of extraocular inflammation reaction of the bulb.[] There was a moderate hyperemia of the inferior part of the bulb and what was left of conjunctival and episcleral vessels in the antero-superior scleral segment were distended[] The specialist noticed that the scleral cavities from time to other became filled with celldetritus and necrotic tissue particles producing irritation and conjunctival hyperemia[]

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