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598 Possible Causes for Corneal Ulcer, Photophobia

  • Keratitis

    What Is Keratitis (Corneal Ulcers)? Infectious keratitis and corneal ulcers refer to the invasion of an infectious organism, such as bacteria, into the cornea.[] This was accompanied with photophobia and blurring of vision after being injured by a wooden particle while cutting grass.[] After 4 days, he presented with pain, photophobia, tearing, and decreased vision in both eyes.[]

  • Corneal Ulcer

    Corneal ulceration affects the eye and its vision.[] We present the case of a 76-year-old male, admitted for sudden visual loss in the left eye, associated with ocular pain, tearing, and photophobia.[] None of the patients suffered any adverse reaction, except for mild and transient conjunctival hyperaemia and photophobia.[]

  • Blepharitis

    Abstract An immune deficiency state is proposed as the cause of a disorder affecting a father and son with chronic dermatitis, purulent blepharitis with corneal ulceration[] Average subjective symptom grading improved statistically after treatment with oral azithromycin, except for eyelid hyperemia, photophobia, and foreign body sensation.[] However, complications of blepharitis may develop, including meibomian cysts, ingrown eyelashes, dry eye and corneal ulcers. What treatments can help?[]

  • Scedosporium Infection

    Efficacy of fluconazole subconjunctival injection as adjunctive therapy for severe recalcitrant fungal corneal ulcer. J Med Assoc Thai 2008;91:309-15. [ PUBMED ] 12.[] Mycotic infection of the eye; Monosporium apiospermum associated with corneal ulcer. AMA Arch. Ophthalmol. 53 : 385-389. [ PubMed ] [ Google Scholar ] 329. Perez, R.[]

  • Conjunctivitis

    BACKGROUND: The rare descriptions, in the literature, of ocular infections due to Pasteurella multocida include: endophtalmitis, keratitis and corneal ulcers, Parinaud's oculoglandular[] Symptoms include irritation, photophobia, and watery discharge. Diagnosis is clinical; sometimes viral cultures or immunodiagnostic testing is indicated.[] Rare complications include corneal ulceration, abscess, perforation, panophthalmitis, and blindness.[]

  • Corneal Abrasion

    Antibiotic eye drops are usually prescribed for both corneal abrasions and corneal ulcers.[] The amount of photophobia, tearing, and foreign body sensation were similar between the patch and no-patch groups.[] Management: Debridement of loose epithelium Antibiotic ointment or drops Cycloplegic agent is occasionally added if photophobia or traumatic iritis is present Eye patching[]

  • Acanthamoeba Keratitis

    The diameter of the corneal ulcer was more than 6 mm in 27 (81.82%) eyes (P 0.001).[] A case of a 9-year-old child, who presented to our clinic with painful, red left eye, associated with photophobia, and decreased visual acuity, wais reported.[] […] a rare corneal infection due to the protozoan Acanthamoeba that generally occurs in contact lens wearers and that is characterized by severe ocular pain, blepharospasm, photophobia[]

  • Smallpox

    Complications of smallpox could include encephalitis (inflammation of the brain), corneal ulcerations (an open sore on the clear, front surface of the eye) and blindness.[] Other sequelae include: Blindness is a rare occurrence and results from corneal scarring following keratitis or corneal ulcerations.[] Other complications may include: Eye problems including corneal ulceration and blindness Bronchopneumonia Arthritis Osteomyelitis How to prevent smallpox Routine vaccination[]

  • Vernal Conjunctivitis

    corneal ulcer Treatment [ edit ] Local therapy- Topical steroids are effective.[] The reduction in symptom severity was significantly greater in the levocabastine group than in the control group for photophobia (p 0.003) after 1 week, and for photophobia[] . - Complication of corneal ulceration may require a combination of antibiotics, corticosteroid ointment and a gauze pressure dressing over the eye. - Immunotherapy (allergy[]

  • Atopic Keratoconjunctivitis

    In severe types of ocular allergic disease such as AKC and VKC (N 27), SE was detected in six of ten patients with corneal ulcers and two of 17 patients without corneal ulcers[] It was found that medrysone (1%) significantly improved the symptoms of itching, watering, photophobia and hyperaemia, while sodium cromoglycate (2%) was found to be ineffective[] A 32-year-old man with a long-standing history of severe atopic disease was referred to our department because of bilateral intense eye pain, itching, photophobia, and epiphora[]

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