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235 Possible Causes for Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma, Unilateral Red Eye

  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Often, closed angle glaucoma presents acutely as a painful red eye. Reference: (1) European Glaucoma Society (EGS) 2008.[] . pigmentary glaucoma Glaucoma produced by the dispersion of organic pigment from the zonula ciliaris to the trabecular meshwork of the eye. primary open-angle glaucoma The[] Frequently associated symptoms include eye redness, headache (classically unilateral and periorbital), nausea, vomiting, and photophobia.[3] Rarely, acute ACG can present[]

  • Foreign Body in the Eye

    […] protection Symptoms Typically unilateral Irritation/foreign body sensation/pain Lacrimation Blurred vision Red eye Signs Foreign body adherent to ocular surface Linear corneal[] Aetiology Patient often gives history of foreign body entering eye wind blown high velocity (hammering, grinding) DIY and gardening Predisposing factors Lack of suitable eye[]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Keratitis

    In the hospitalized patient with a unilateral red eye, always suspect herpes simplex keratitis.[] eye Photophobia Signs Ulcer (stromal infiltrate with overlying epithelial loss) which may be round or arcuate, single or multiple, unilateral or bilateral, adjacent to limbus[] Answer and interpretation History: Painful red eye, altered vision, foreign body sensation, photophobia, tearing; usually unilateral Skin (e.g., eyelid) vesicular rash may[]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Meibomian Cyst

    A meibomian cyst, commonly referred to as chalazion, is a non-infectious inflammatory disease of the sebaceous glands on the eyelids that presents as an enlarging lump over the course of days or weeks without resolution to topical antimicrobial therapy. Acne rosacea and seborrheic dermatitis increase the risk for[…][]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Conjunctivitis

    The following "red flags" point to other more serious diagnoses, such as keratitis ( inflammation of the cornea ), iritis, or angle closure glaucoma : Unilateral red eye Changes[] It is usually unilateral. it is the commonest cause of red eye (1) conjunctivitis in children is predominantly bacterial, with nontypeable H. influenzae being the most common[] These conditions are typically unilateral. Nasolacrimal duct obstruction may produce a discharge, but usually the eye is not red.[]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Eyeball Injury

    An extreme eye injury can cause a globe rupture where the eyeball can split open. This can be due to trauma directly on the eye or around the eye. Watch this episode of A State of Sight with Isaac Porter, MD to learn more about this injury and the eye surgery options to help save the eye and restore vision.[…][]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Uveitis

    Symptoms [ 11 ] Acute anterior uveitis Usually unilateral. Pain, redness and photophobia are typical. Eye pain is often worse when trying to read.[] Patients with unilateral anterior uveitis have ocular ache in the affected eye if light is shined in the unaffected eye (true photophobia), which is uncommon in conjunctivitis[] Differential diagnosis Any cause of a red eye or visual disturbance should be included in the differential diagnosis.[]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Anterior Uveitis

    Conjunctivitis causes watering and discharge from the eye ACUTE ANTERIOR UVEITIS (IRITIS) Presentation * Painful red eye – usually unilateral. * Photophobia and watering of[] Sudden onset Photophobia Ocular pain Eye redness Non-granulomatous Severe inflammation potentially resulting in: Hypopyon Anterior chamber fibrin Rarely: Papillitis Vitritis[] This report describes 2 patients who experienced eye pain, photophobia, redness, and edema after undergoing alexandrite (755 nm) laser epilation of the eyebrow area while[]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Cluster Headache

    Usually unilateral. Deep stabbing pain around the temple or the eye.[] Cluster headaches Deep stabbing pain around the temple or the eye, which is usually on one side (unilateral) Stuffy or runny nose Tearing or redness in eyes, droopy eyelids[] Stuffy or runny nose Tearing or redness in eyes, droopy eyelids Migraine Moderate to severe, throbbing head pain.[]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma
  • Central Corneal Ulcer

    . 4 More common complaints include redness, pain, pain with eye movements (suggestive of associated scleritis), blurred vision, photophobia and tearing.[] Presentation - acute unilateral/bilateral exacerbations characterised by decreased visual acuity, with variable pain and redness (there may be none).[] Although PUK can be bilateral and extensive, it's more often unilateral or asymmetric in its presentation, and the pathology is limited to one sector of the peripheral cornea[]

    Missing: Pigment-Dispersion Type Open-Angle Glaucoma

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