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2,954 Possible Causes for Keratitis, Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis, Transillumination of the Iris

  • Anterior Uveitis

    […] uveitis with fewer keratic precipitates that are brown in color and located inferiorly.[] (BADI) and bilateral acute transillumination of the iris (BAIT), the finding of corneal endothelial pigment precipitates is a useful clue to the differential diagnosis. 18,19[] One year later, the patient appeared with a few round and whitish keratic precipitates and elevated IOP in his left eye.[]

  • Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus

    There was no associated iris atrophy, no anterior chamber activity, intraocular pressure was 26 mmHg, and fundal examination of the left eye showed a cupped disc (CD 0.9)[] [Oculomotor nerve paralysis with complete ptosis in herpes zoster ophthalmicus: 2 cases].[] Acute keratitis is one of the most common of these ocular complications associated with HZO.[]

  • Iris Atrophy

    Infrared transillumination stereophotography of normal iris. Can J Ophthalmol 1977 ; 12: 308 – 11 . Google Scholar Medline ISI 19.[] MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Development of cataract during management of Acanthamoeba keratitis.[] Clinically the iris would show hypopigmentation without transillumination defects. B. Iris pigment epithelial atrophy in diabetes mellitus.[]

    Missing: Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis
  • Foreign Body in the Eye

    Examine closely for iris tears and transillumination defects, lens opacities, AC shallowing, and asymmetrically low IOP in the involved eye.[] […] eye is broken, including broken bones Severe pain Chemical exposure to the eye Sensitivity to light without cause Glaucoma Recent history of corneal ulceration or herpetic keratitis[] They can be associated with follicular conjunctivitis and also punctate keratopathy and subepithelial keratitis. Conjunctival lesions have also been reported.[]

    Missing: Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis
  • Uveitis

    Tugal–Tutkun, Onal S, Garip A et al., Bilateral acute iris transillumination, Arch Ophthalmol,2011;129(10):1312–9.[] INTRODUCTION: Corticosteroid treatment for uveitis can lead to delayed-onset pressure-induced interlamellar stromal keratitis (PISK), even years after laser in situ keratomileusis[] Granulomatous anterior uveitis with mutton-fat keratic precipitates and Koeppe and Busacca nodules.[]

    Missing: Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis
  • Diabetes Mellitus Type 1

    Slit-lamp examination revealed few small and fine keratic precipitates. We noted 2 flare in the vitreous. There was no choroiditis, papillitis or retinal vasculitis.[]

    Missing: Transillumination of the Iris
  • Idiopathic anterior Uveitis

    Tugal–Tutkun, Onal S, Garip A et al., Bilateral acute iris transillumination, Arch Ophthalmol,2011;129(10):1312–9.[] Slit-lamp evaluation typically demonstrates fine, “stellate” keratic precipitates (KP).[] Anterior Uveitis – Diagnostic Techniques & Signs Keratic Precipitates 17. Anterior Uveitis – Diagnostic Techniques & Signs Hypopyon vs Hyphaema 18.[]

    Missing: Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis
  • Meningitis

    It is widely found in the environment, on plant debris, in soil, and in water. 4,5 Human infection is uncommon and is usually restricted to allergic sinusitis, keratitis,[]

    Missing: Transillumination of the Iris
  • Lyme Disease

    Isolated oculomotor nerve paralysis in Lyme disease: MRI. Neuroradiology 1997 ; 39 : 139 –41 Nelson JA, Wolf MD, Yuh WT, et al.[] To report a case of Lyme disease presenting as unilateral posterior stromal keratitis in a pediatric patient. Case report and review of available literature.[] Peter Cackett and Clifford Weir, Oculomotor nerve paralysis and bilateral facial nerve paralysis as presenting signs of Lyme disease, Neuro-Ophthalmology, 27, 1-3, (183),[]

    Missing: Transillumination of the Iris
  • Tolosa-Hunt Syndrome

    Idiopathic Tolosa-Hunt syndrome (ITHS) is a very rare cause of painful ophthalmoplegia characterized by unilateral orbital pain, ipsilateral oculomotor paralysis and prompt[] A B C D E F G H I K L M N O P R S T U V W X Abnormalities, Eye (Eye Abnormalities) Acanthamoeba Keratitis Achromatopsia (Color Vision Defects) Acute Hemorrhagic Conjunctivitides[] .  Ophthalmic manifestations occur in 50%–80% of cases, often as conjunctivitis, keratitis, and iritis.[]

    Missing: Transillumination of the Iris

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