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58 Possible Causes for Frontal Headache, Glaucoma, Narrow Hands

  • Glaucoma

    […] closure glaucoma ("combined mechanism" – uncommon)Variants of primary glaucoma Pigmentary glaucoma Exfoliation glaucoma, also known as pseudoexfoliative glaucoma or glaucoma[] A hand-held contact lens is gently placed on the eye.[] On the other hand, the prognosis for treated glaucoma is excellent.[]

  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Acute angle closure glaucoma can manifest with a number of symptoms.[] In addition patients may present with blurred vision, frontal headache, nausea and vomiting, photophobia, and colored halos around lights. 4 Nausea and vomiting occurs as[] I know some of the folks here have first-hand experience. P: Are there different types, such as suspect, narrow, and closed? Dr. Myers: Yes, you’re right.[]

  • Acute Glaucoma

    There are 4 main types of glaucoma: Chronic open-angle glaucoma (also known as primary open-angle glaucoma) — this is the most common form of glaucoma.[] On the other hand, we don’t usually intervene when the angle is narrow but open.[] Symptoms may include frontal headache, a feeling of pressure in the eye, and hazy rainbows seen around lights.[]

  • Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Angle closure glaucoma is a disorder of progressive optic nerve damage characterized by an increased intraocular pressure.[] On the other hand, we don’t usually intervene when the angle is narrow but open.[] At that point, the patient began to complain of increasing pain OD with a right frontal headache.[]

  • Aniline Poisoning

    D Glaucoma Atropine is contraindicated in Glaucoma and indicated for the treatment of Organophosphorus poisoning, Mushroom poisoning & Physostigmine overdose. 54. 18.[] Symptoms include ataxia, numbness in the hands and feet, general muscle weakness, narrowing of the field of vision and damage to hearing and speech. 62.[] Atropine is used for following EXCEPT: A Organophosphorous poisoning B Mushroom poisoning C Physostigmine overdose D Glaucoma 53.[]

  • Eye Muscle Disorder

    A comprehensive eye exam is important so glaucoma can be found early. What are the risk factors for glaucoma?[] Cohen Syndrome Malformations of the head and facial (craniofacial) area, eye (ocular) abnormalities, diminished muscle tone (hypotonia), obesity, abnormally narrow hands and[] Right frontal lobe D. Right temporal lobe E. Left temporal lobe A 57-year old male with a past history of high blood pressure awakens with a terrible headache.[]

  • Secondary Optic Atrophy

    […] techniques, drugs, and treatments, including LASIK and LASEK surgery, cataract extractions, intraocular lenses, use of botulinum for blepharospasm, and medical treatment of glaucoma[] headache.[] A targeted history and thorough ophthalmic examination is necessary to narrow down a list of probable diagnoses.[]

  • Ptosis

    Caution and conservative lid elevation may be warranted when performing ptosis repair in patients with a glaucoma drainage implant, and patients with a glaucoma implant undergoing[] Since lid position is closely related to eye position, vertical tropias will be associated with a narrow palpebral fissure in the hypotropic eye.[] Uncorrected acquired blepharoptosis results in decreased field of vision and frontal headaches. Guercio JR, Martyn LJ. Congenital malformations of the eye and orbit.[]

  • Internal Carotid Artery Aneurysm

    A 41-year-old caucasian male was referred to the Glaucoma clinic at our tertiary referral centre with a diagnosis of normal tension glaucoma after the finding of increased[] On the other hand, the changes around the aneurysm on the MRI were restricted within a very narrow region.[] A 53 year old male, with a previous history of Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma (NHL), presented with severe right sided frontal headache, decreased visual acuity, and ophthalmolplegia[]

  • Retinal Detachment

    We report a case of glaucoma in KS, which represents the fourth reported case and the first description of the retinal events after the glaucoma procedure.[] CASE REPORT: A 77-year-old white man presented with a 1-week history of blurry vision in his left eye and left-sided frontal headaches.[] The direct (hand-held) ophthalmoscope is useful to detect an altered red reflex sometimes associated with retinal detachment.[]

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