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81 Possible Causes for Secondary Glaucoma, Snow Blindness

  • Central Retinal Vein Occlusion

    […] to decrease vitreous hemorrhage and prevent neovascular glaucoma.[] Complications Retinal neovascularisation (and secondary glaucoma or vitreous haemorrhage - the '90-day glaucoma').[] (NVG) in patients with macular edema secondary to central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO).[]

  • Acute Angle Closure Glaucoma

    Peripheral iris cysts may produce angle closure and may cause secondary angle-closure glaucoma.[] Report a case of acute angle closure glaucoma secondary to a choroidal melanoma.[] It took more than 10 days for the bleeding to build up to bullous hemorrhagic retinal detachment and secondary glaucoma.[]

  • Eyeball Injury

    Secondary Glaucoma Secondary Glaucoma can develop after an injury to the eye.[] blindness ; or, rarely, traumatic optic neuropathy.[] They are most common in outdoor sports, such as cycling, snow or water skiing, and other water sports.[]

  • Glaucoma

    Abstract We have reviously described surgical techniues for draining severe cases of secondary glaucoma by means of an artificial implant.[] […] milk was placed in the eyes for snow blindness. 44 The Chandalar Kutchin and the Upper Tanana of Alaska cut the skin around the eyes for snow blindness. 44 This procedure[] Secondary glaucoma occurs due to a known cause. Both open- and closed-angle glaucoma can be secondary when caused by something known.[]

  • Contusion of Eye and Adnexa

    glaucoma.[] blindness ; or, rarely, traumatic optic neuropathy.[] Occurs in water/snow sports; snow blindness results from prolonged exposure to UV-B rays reflected from snow. Prognosis is usually excellent after treatment.[]

  • Photoretinitis

    […] vitreous&ciliary zonules. other epithelial lining in eye derived 4m surface ectoderm.& other muscles 4m mesenchyme. 14)treatment of malignant glaucoma is a)pilocarpine b)[] Snow blindness occurs due to reflection of ultraviolet rays from snow surface.[] A [Ultraviolet rays] Q Photo-ophthalmia - refers to occurrence of multiple epithelial erosions due to the effect of ultraviolet rays Q especially from 311 to 290 Snow blindness[]

  • Migraine

    glaucoma Enucleated – Fragmented None None No 56 22 8 Retinal cancer Enucleated – Fragmented None None No 34 32 3 Congenital syphilis, secondary glaucoma Enucleated – Fragmented[] glaucoma (one case).[] […] done due to retinal detachment caused by retinal prematurity resulting from neonatal overexposure to oxygen (two cases), retinal cancer (one case), or congenital syphilis/secondary[]

  • Photophthalmia

    Glaucoma secondary to eye trauma, left eye, mild stage H40.32X2 Glaucoma secondary to eye trauma, left eye, moderate stage H40.32X3 Glaucoma secondary to eye trauma, left[] Snow blindness: a common form of photokeratitis Snow blindness is a form of photokeratitis that is caused by UV rays reflected off ice and snow.[] Found on photophthalmia Keratoconjunctivitis caused by ultraviolet energy, as in snow blindness, exposure to an ultraviolet lamp, arc welding, or the short circuit of a high-tension[]

  • Retinal Artery Embolism

    Neovascularization (abnormal new vessel formation) of the retina or iris (rubeosis iridis) with secondary (neovascular) glaucoma occurs in about 20% of patients within weeks[] Although visual acuity improvement was minimal due to macula ischaemia, painful blind eye secondary to neovascular glaucoma was prevented ( Figures 5,6 ).[]

  • Disorder of the Globe

    Rarely, recurrent bleeding with secondary glaucoma requires surgical evacuation of the blood.[] blindness Welders' keratitis ( 370.3 ) Certain types of keratoconjunctivitis ( 370.33 ) Keratoconjunctivitis sicca, not specified as Sjögren's syndrome ( 371 ) Corneal opacity[] […] visual loss Disorders of cornea [ edit ] ( 370 ) Keratitis ( 370.0 ) Corneal ulcer, unspec. ( 370.2 ) Superficial keratitis without conjunctivitis ( 370.24 ) Photokeratitis Snow[]

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