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83 Possible Causes for Diplopia, Halo Vision, Slow Pulse

  • Digitalis Toxicity

    Digoxin toxicity Cardiology Clinical findings of digoxin overdose Clinical Loss of appetite, N&V, defects in color vision–reds and greens, or seeing halos around lights, psychotic[] Excessive vagal effects of digoxin in resting subjects may cause the bradycardia found in these in patients in the absence of digitalis toxicity.[] […] drowsiness, general muscle weakness, and visual disturbances such as blurring of vision, yellow-green or white halos around visual images, light flashes, photophobia, and diplopia[]

  • Cardiac Glycoside Poisoning

    Eyes, ears, nose, and throat: Blurred vision Halos around objects (yellow, green, white) * Skin: Allergic reaction (See also: Stevens-Johnson syndrome ) Hives Rash Gastrointestinal[] Predominant clinical features include gastrointestinal signs, bradycardia and heart block. Death occurs from ventricular fibrillation or tachycardia.[] Features suggestive of toxicity include nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, dyspnoea, confusion, dizziness, headache, blurred vision and diplopia.[]

  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Symptoms of Acute Angle Closure attacks include: Blurring of vision Halos (rainbow colour rings around lights) Severe Pain Redness of the eye Nausea and/or vomiting Treatment[] […] contraindications that apply to the use of oral beta-blockers also apply to topical beta-blockers, as they can cause systemic side effects including bronchoconstriction and bradycardia[] Acute angle-closure glaucoma (an ophthalmic emergency) causes excruciating unilateral pain and pressure, blurred vision, decreased visual acuity, haloes around lights, diplopia[]

  • Intracranial Hypertension

    Transient reduction of vision ('greying out') on bending or stooping, halo or a short episode of visual Catherine wheel flashes, persistent blurring, scotoma or horizontal[] January 12, 2013 Impaired level of consciousness Neck stiffness Photo and phonophobia Papilloedema – optic disc swelling Pupillary dilation and decreased response to light Bradycardia[] In the following 2 months, he gradually developed hoarseness and diplopia at the left and lower fields of vision.[]

  • Acute Amphetamine Intoxication

    Other symptoms include fatigue, drowsiness, general muscle weakness, and visual disturbances such as blurring of vision, yellow-green or white halos around visual images,[] Immediately after, the child developed a severe bradycardia followed by asystole. I.V. atropine 0.5 mg was given twice and external chest massage was performed.[] These behavioral and psychological changes are accompanied by two or more of the following signs and symptoms: tachycardia or bradycardia; pupillary dilation; elevated or[]

  • Glaucoma

    In these cases, you may have sudden eye pain , headache , blurred vision, or the appearance of halos around lights.[] […] day–bid Decrease aqueous production; do not affect pupil size Systemic adverse effects (eg, bronchospasm, depression, fatigue, confusion, erectile dysfunction, hair loss, bradycardia[] No patient developed postoperative hypotony, flat anterior chamber, diplopia, strabismus, erosion or exposure of the tube, or tube/plate migration.[]

  • Intumescent Cataract

    Polyopia and monocular diplopia Coloured haloes SYMPTOMS: 9. BLURRED VISION DUE TO SCATTERING OF LIGHT ON THE RETINA 10. blurred vision 11.[] Akinesia Mydriasis Decrease in IOP Loss of Oculo -cardiac reflex (reflex stimulation of vagus caused by painful stimulus of the globe or pulling of muscle, which leads to bradycardia[] […] the red reflex, darkening of the red reflex, or obscuration of ocular fundus detail during opthalmoscopy Grey, white, yellow, or brownish clouding of the lens Monocular diplopia[]

  • Cardiac Glycoside Plant Poisoning

    Symptoms such as depression, loss of appetite, and halos in the vision are typically only present in cases of chronic or severe poisonings.[] , irregular pulse.[] Repeated therapeutic doses or over dose Tinnitus, vertigo , deafness, diplopia , scotomata, blindness, skin rash , hypoglycemia , and cardiac arrhythmias 38.[]

  • Eye Muscle Disorder

    People with cataracts often report “haloes” surrounding objects they’re looking at, particularly at night. This condition is most common in older adults.[] Therefore, caution should be exercised since topical brimonidine given to human infants aged younger than 2 months has been reported to cause bradycardia, hypertension, hypothermia[] Figure 1 General approach to diplopia.[]

  • Digitalis

    VISUAL changes halos blurred vision amblyopia Yellow vision scotoma diplopia 16.[] pulse, tremors, unusual color visions, convulsions Toxic Principle: Cardiac or steroid glycosides Severity: HIGHLY TOXIC, MAY BE FATAL IF EATEN![] Long-term use of foxglove can lead to symptoms of toxicity, including visual halos, yellow-green vision, and stomach upset.[]

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