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2,251 Possible Causes for Glaucoma, Nausea, No Cataracts

  • Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Angle closure glaucoma is a disorder of progressive optic nerve damage characterized by an increased intraocular pressure.[] DESIGN: Cross-sectional study PARTICIPANTS: This study included 103 PAC or PACG patients who had undergone cataract surgery.[] We present a case of a 63-year-old woman who presented to an ED with bifrontal headache, nausea and vomiting and reduced visual acuity.[]

  • Secondary Glaucoma

    To report the challenges in management in a case of scleritis with extensive staphylomas with secondary glaucoma.[] AIM: To determine the prevalence and risk factors associated with secondary glaucoma postcongenital cataract surgery.[] […] those of acute glaucoma : ocular pain, which can extend to the nape of the neck and trigeminal, blurred vision, pupil dilation, change in iris colour, corneal hardening, nausea[]

  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Acute angle closure glaucoma can manifest with a number of symptoms.[] She underwent penetrating keratoplasty combined with cataract extraction, anterior segment reconstruction with a custom artificial iris implantation.[] We present a case of a 63-year-old woman who presented to an ED with bifrontal headache, nausea and vomiting and reduced visual acuity.[]

  • Glaucoma

    […] closure glaucoma ("combined mechanism" – uncommon)Variants of primary glaucoma Pigmentary glaucoma Exfoliation glaucoma, also known as pseudoexfoliative glaucoma or glaucoma[] […] and cataract.[] These symptoms often include nausea, for example. A strain of marijuana that is high in THC can do wonders to help nausea and stimulate appetite.[]

  • 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.[] Acute glaucoma due to an intumescent cataract should be treated medically or by peripheral iridectomy.[] The patient was referred for acute loss of vision OD and right-sided headache, pain, and nausea.[]

  • Ocular Chalcosis

    Glaucoma, Second Edition is the most comprehensive resource in the field delivering expert guidance for the most timely and effective diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma[] "Sunflower cataract."[] ; and updated surgical procedures and methods, including oculoplastic, corneal, and glaucoma surgery.[]

  • Uveomeningoencephalitic Syndrome

    You can also add a definition of Uveomeningoencephalitic Syndrome yourself 0 0 A Syndrome characterized by bilateral granulomatous Uveitis with Iritis and secondary Glaucoma[] In this stage, complications of VKH such as glaucoma, cataract, subretinal neovascular membrane and subretinal fibrosis may develop.[] There may be fever, headache, nausea, meningismus, dysacusia (discomfort caused by loud noises or a distortion in the quality of the sounds being heard), tinnitus, and/or[]

  • Open-Angle Glaucoma

    Glaucoma is one of the leading causes of blindness in the general population, and open-angle glaucoma is the most common form.[] cataract.[] If you experience a sudden onset of pain, redness, blurred vision, light sensitivity, haloes around lights, or nausea and vomiting, please call Baltimore Washington Eye Center[]

  • Proximal Renal Tubular Acidosis

    Kidney Na /HCO3- cotransporter (kNBC1) cDNA from peripheral lymphocytes from a patient with permanent isolated pRTA and bilateral glaucoma was screened, and a novel homozygous[] We describe a 16-year-old female with persistent isolated proximal renal tubular acidosis, cerebral calcification, mental retardation, band keratopathy, cataracts, glaucoma[] Case presentation A 20-year-old man with HIV infection developed nausea and vomiting without diarrhea after starting antiretroviral therapy.[]

  • Hyphema

    SURGICAL COURSE The patient's examination suggested a differential diagnosis of hyphema-related glaucoma, ghost-cell glaucoma, possible angle recession, and phacomorphic glaucoma[] We report a case of postoperative uveitis-glaucome-hyphema (UGH) syndrome following pediatric cataract surgery due to posterior chamber intraocular lens (PC-IOL).[] Antifibrinolytic agents have been less widely accepted because of the nausea, hypotension, and vomiting complications from them.[]

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