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648 Possible Causes for Corneal Edema

  • Foreign Body in the Eye

    Entry sites in the cornea may be seen as a disruption in the smooth surface with corneal edema surrounding the entry site.[] Be sure to remove the contact lens in 24 hours to check the cornea for edema and striae as well.[] Standard of care dictates that corneal foreign body cases be seen in 24 hours, but that certainly varies depending on the severity and the depth of the foreign body.[]

  • Recurrent Corneal Erosion

    Similar treatment of ten patients with corneal edema due to endothelial decompensation did not significantly reduce symptoms or improve vision, but such a solution may have[] Treatment of recurrent corneal erosion and corneal edema with topical osmotic colloidal solution. Ophthalmology. 1981 Aug. 88(8):801-3. [Medline].[] They frequently are seen in conditions involving corneal edema, such as near a healing cataract surgery incision, or in the center of the cornea associated with Fuchs corneal[]

  • Photoretinitis

    […] photoretinitis [ fo″to-ret″ĭ-ni tis ] retinitis due to exposure to intense light. pho·to·ret·i·nop·a·thy ( fō'tō-ret'i-nop'ă-thē ), A macular burn from excessive exposure to sunlight or other intense light (for example, the flash of a short circuit); characterized subjectively by reduced visual acuity. See also:[…][]

  • Central Corneal Ulcer

    Mid-peripheral corneal infiltrate at 9:00 as well as surrounding corneal edema consistent with infection ICD-10 Diagnosis Codes: H16.011– Central corneal ulcer, right eye[] , posterior chamber pseudophakia; at ophthalmoscopy no details were noticed due to corneal edema and the corneal thickness could not be recorded.[] Corneal edema is present nasally with Descemet's membrane folds. There is vessel encroachment from the limbus from 5:00-1:00.[]

  • Corneal Ulcer

    ; Conjunctiva - hyperaemia, cobblestone appearance of the tarsal papillae in both eyes, 2 chemosis; Cornea - corneal edema with a 8 mm 4 mm epithelial defect in the inferior[] Corneal edema is present nasally with Descemet's membrane folds. There is vessel encroachment from the limbus from 5:00-1:00.[] As the corneal ulcer healed, the eyelid simultaneously returned to its original position.[]

  • Keratitis Bullosa

    Pseudophakic corneal edema R bullous keratopathy Right bullous keratopathy ICD-9-CM Volume 2 Index entries containing back-references to 371.23 :[] Calcifications (OCT, Pentacam, Colour Image, Corneal Topography) Corneal Edema (Endothelial Decompensation), Stromal Edema and Bullous Keratopathy (Late Stage) Bullous Keratopathy[] Dr. med., Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Augenklinik, Erlangen, Deutschland ICD10-Code: H18.82 Path: Cornea - Degenerations, Chronic Aquired Keratopathies - Corneal Edema[]

  • Corneal Stromal Dystrophy

    Most patients remain asymptomatic and corneal edema is usually absent.[] […] of edema.[] Foulks GN: Treatment of recurrent corneal erosions and corneal edema with topical osmotic colloidal solution. Ophthalmology 88:801, 1981 21.[]

  • Dendritic Keratitis

    Characteristic findings include a branching dendritic or serpentine corneal lesion (indicating dendritic keratitis) or disc-shaped, localized corneal edema and haze plus anterior[] Longstanding corneal edema leads to permanent scarring and is the major cause of decreased vision associated with HSV.[] Endothelial (disciform) keratitis is a deeper, disk-shaped area of secondary corneal edema and haze accompanied by anterior uveitis, causing pain and vision loss.[]

  • Corneal Abrasion

    Rigid contact lenses can lead to relative corneal hypoxia, epithelial edema, and epithelial breakdown.[] These include: Congenital diseases like keratoconus Scars from infection or trauma Degenerative corneal diseases Corneal dystrophies Corneal Edema All of the above cause the[] Corneal Melting After Use of Nepafenac in a Patient with Chronic Cystoid Macular Edema.[]

  • Gonococcal Conjunctivitis

    […] involvement is highly variable, but common types are marginal corneal melt, subepithelial or stromal infiltrates, and a discrete edema of the entire surface of the cornea[] Clinical… Other Bacteria Similar findings like edema of eye lids, chemosis and eye discharge. Pseudomonas is rare but can cause accelerated corneal ulceration andperforation[] Rare complications include corneal ulceration, abscess, perforation, panophthalmitis, and blindness.[]

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