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427 Possible Causes for Miosis, Secondary Glaucoma

  • Uveitis

    Complications may include band keratopathy, cataract, secondary glaucoma, posterior synechiae, cystoid macular edema, and hypotony.[] Spasm of the ocular sphincter muscle causes miosis.[] The proposed diagnoses were iridocyclitis and secondary glaucoma of the right eye.[]

  • Iritis

    Iritis, as seen in this patient, is a common form of anterior uveitis that can cause long-term debilitation, synechiae and secondary glaucoma, if left untreated.[] […] iritis. [6], [4] IOP may be increased due to inflammatory process or it may be decreased due to damage of the ciliary body’s ability to produce aqueous humor. [10], [4] Miosis[] Pupillary miosis is common. Slit-lamp examination This is the most important aspect of the examination.[]

  • Anterior Uveitis

    CONCLUSIONS: Using the SUN criteria, our study confirmed that elevated IOP and secondary glaucoma are major complications in herpetic AU.[] Clinical features: Symptoms: pain due to ciliary spasm, red eye, photophobia, decreased vision and tearing Signs: Circumcorneal ciliary injection, irregular pupil or miosis[] Anterior Uveitis – Diagnostic Techniques & Signs Slit lamp biomicroscopy Circumlimbal injection AC flare and cells Keratic precipitates (KP) Pupil miosis Hypopyon Band Keratopathy[]

  • Malignant Glioma

    Int J Mol Sci. 2017 Feb 10;18(2). pii: E350. doi: 10.3390/ijms18020350. Author information 1 Institute of Life Sciences, Chongqing Medical University, 1 Yixueyuan Road, Yuzhong District, Chongqing 400016, China. 2 Department of Clinical Pharmacology, Xiangya Hospital, Central South University,[…][]

  • Iris Prolapse

    (POAG), 1.6% with normal tension POAG, and 0.4% each with primary angle closure glaucoma (PACG) and pseudoexfoliation glaucoma (PEXG), and other types of secondary glaucoma[] […] iris, significant miosis, and small tendency for iris prolapse Severe: Floppy iris, significant miosis, and strong tendency for iris prolapse[] The loss of vision can result from scar formation, anterior segment disruption or cataract, secondary glaucoma, and retinal and optic nerve injuries such as contusion and[]

  • Glaucoma

    Abstract We have reviously described surgical techniues for draining severe cases of secondary glaucoma by means of an artificial implant.[] […] effects, but may cause bad taste in mouth and/or rash Dorzolamide 1 drop bid–tid Miotics, direct-acting (cholinergic agonists; topical) † Carbachol 1 drop bid–tid Cause miosis[] Secondary glaucoma occurs due to a known cause. Both open- and closed-angle glaucoma can be secondary when caused by something known.[]

  • Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Neovascular glaucoma: secondary angle closure glaucoma with rubeosis iridis. Neovascular glaucoma: secondary angle closure glaucoma with rubeosis iridis.[] Before immediate laser iridotomy or iridoplasty -To induce miosis to maximally stretch the peripheral iris In plateau iris 73.[] Causes What is the cause of secondary angle closure glaucoma (SACG)? In secondary angle closure glaucoma, the natural drainage angle is 'narrow.'[]

  • Eyeball Injury

    Secondary Glaucoma Secondary Glaucoma can develop after an injury to the eye.[] Pupillary damage: transient miosis (small pupil) or traumatic mydriasis (dilated pupil).[]

  • Cataract

    In this case report, we described the examination and diagnosis of a case of iridoschisis accompanied by secondary glaucoma.[] […] the patients who underwent FLACS without intracameral epinephrine due to minimal miosis.[] She was found to have secondary pigment dispersion glaucoma as the intraocular lens had been inadvertently placed into the ciliary sulcus.[]

  • Open-Angle Glaucoma

    Conditions such as inflammation or trauma can contribute to elevated intraocular pressure in secondary glaucoma, whereas congenital abnormalities of the trabecular meshwork[] […] effects, but may cause bad taste in mouth and/or rash Dorzolamide 1 drop bid–tid Miotics, direct-acting (cholinergic agonists; topical) † Carbachol 1 drop bid–tid Cause miosis[] Visual fields - assessment requires the co-operation of the patient and can also be affected by fatigue, spectacle frames, miosis and media opacities.[]

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