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30 Possible Causes for Facial Edema, Macular Scar

  • Sunburn

    […] the risk of developing eye cataracts and macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness.[] Repeated overexposure to ultraviolet rays can also scar, freckle, dry out, and wrinkle the skin prematurely; moreover, frequent overexposure to ultraviolet rays can increase[]

  • Contusion of Eye and Adnexa

    363.30 Chorioretinal scar, unspecified 363.31 Solar retinopathy 363.32 Other macular scars 363.33 Other scars of posterior pole 363.34 Peripheral scars 363.35 Disseminated[] […] pigment 363.2 Other and unspecified forms of retinitis and retinochorioditis 363.20 Chorioretinits, unspecified 363.21 Par planitis 363.22 Harada's disease 363.3 Chorioretinal scars[]

  • Serpiginous Choroiditis

    Click here to view The patient complained of facial swelling and leg pitting edema after 3 weeks of steroid treatment, so we tapered prednisolone gradually.[] In this series 14 (56%) of 53 patients demonstrated either active choroidal neovascularization (13%) or disciform macular scarring (13%).[] Ten eyes had improved visual acuities, while vision remained impaired in two due to macular scars.[]

  • Acrodermatitis Continua of Hallopeau

    […] treatment of AD: Part 2 Take Quiz Guidelines for the topical treatment of AD: Part 1 Take Quiz Quiz Screening guidelines for pediatric psoriasis Take Quiz Acute hemorrhagic edema[] (b) Pigmented macular scar of lesions shown in Figure 1 after 15 days of general corticoid therapy. few weeks later by the spontaneous appearance of flabby pustular and bullous[] […] of infancy: Confirming diagnosis Take Quiz Juvenile facial linear scleroderma Take Quiz Quiz Patch testing for adverse drug reactions Take Quiz Quiz Atopic dermatitis: Persistence[]

  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Typically DRESS syndrome presents with a generalized erythrodermal rash, facial edema, high fever and serious visceral involvement including hepatitis, interstitial pneumonia[] […] in the retina (macular edema), and swelling of the optic nerve (papillitis).[] In contrast, adult JRA has the faint salmon rash, no facial involvement, and multi-organ involvement, however, rarely renal and usually pericarditis and not myocarditis.[]

  • Herpes Simplex Infection

    Immunocompetent host Oral herpes HSV-1 causes oral and labial, and occasionally facial, lesions.[] Methods of Infection In utero/congenital (5%) Rare Congenital abnormalities as birth-similar to other congenital infections Triad of findings Cutaneous : scarring, active[] Initial infection is the most severe with ulcerative, painful stomatitis that usually occurs in children and is often associated with fever, anorexia and local edema of oral[]

  • Cutaneous Leukocytoclastic Vasculitis

    […] some other cause. [13] Classification [ edit ] Subtypes of small-vessel vasculitis include: [2] : 833–6 IgA vasculitis (Henoch-Schönlein purpura) [14] Acute hemorrhagic edema[] The first lesions developed three years prior, then persisted, leaving hyperpigmented scars.[] […] of infancy Urticarial vasculitis Cryoglobulinemic vasculitis Erythema elevatum diutinum Granuloma faciale ANCA-associated vasculitis [11] Arthropod bites [11] Platelet dysfunction[]

  • Bullous Pemphigoid

    The sixth patient did not tolerate methotrexate due to facial edema.[] The patient developed macular edema, and prednisone eye drops were added to his treatment regimen.[] Disease progression continued and eventually resulted in worsening oral ulcerations, odynophagia, and significant ocular scarring ( Figure 1 B).[]

  • Disorder of the Globe

    Orbital hemorrhage can cause or contribute to complications, such as inferior displacement of the globe, entrapment of the infraorbital nerve, lid edema, and ecchymosis.[] […] retinal dystrophy Retinitis pigmentosa ( 362.76 ) Dystrophies primarily involving the retinal pigment epithelium Leber's congenital amaurosis Chorioretinal inflammations, scars[] Patients may have facial or orbital pain, diplopia, enophthalmos, hypesthesia of the cheek and upper lip (due to infraorbital nerve entrapment or injury), epistaxis, and subcutaneous[]

  • Toxic Retinopathy

    , which is thought to indicate that the edema is secondary to fluid accumulation inside retinal cells, as opposed to an extracellular location.  While OCT imaging exhibits[] Macular pucker - scar tissue on the macula Macular hole - a small break in the macula that usually happens to people over 60 Floaters - cobwebs or specks in your field of[] Outcome - this depends on the type but ranges from excellent (adult vitelliform macular dystrophy) to poor (juvenile Best's disease: there is progressive macular scarring[]

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