The Differential Diagnosis of The Red Eye By ... Eye drops to moisten eyes and decrease inflammation. Dacryocystitis Nasolacrimal system obstruction resulting in a lacrimal sac infection Etiology: Acute: S. aureus, B-hemolytic strep. Chronic: ...
Date added: September 26, 2011 - Views: 111
Periorbital and Orbital Cellulitis Adaobi Okobi, M.D. Pediatrics Chief Resident St. Barnabas Hospital Objectives Differentiate between periorbital and orbital cellulitis based on history and physical exam Discuss the causes and treatments of periorbital and orbital cellulitis Review the ...
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1. Congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction 2. Congenital dacryocele 3. Chronic canaliculitis 4. Dacryocystitis Acute Chronic Congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction Caused by delayed canalization near valve of Hasner On pressure reflux of purulent material from punctum Infrequently acute ...
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Anatomy and diseases of lacrimal apparatus The lacrimal apparatus consists ... 3- There may be a non tender swelling Complications 1-chronic conjunctivitis 2-Acute dacryocystitis may arise. 3-Lacrimal abscess. 4-Lacrimal fistula- when the lacrimal abscess rupturees or is drained. 5-Orbital ...
Date added: October 13, 2011 - Views: 176
Wegener’s Granulomatosis Kristine Scruggs AM Report 14 September 2009 Presentation Eyes (52%) Conjunctivitis Dacryocystitis Episcleritis/scleritis Granulomatous sclerouveitis Ciliary vessel vasculitis Retroorbital mass lesions -> Proptosis Skin (46%) Papules, vesicles, palpable purpura, ulcers ...
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Dacryocystitis Acute Chronic Congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction Caused by delayed canalization near valve of Hasner,Common On pressure reflux of purulent material from punctum Infrequently acute dacryocystitis Epiphora and matting Treatment of congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction ...
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... of the eyelid caused by obstruction of a Meibomian gland Treat by excision using chalazion clamp May recur Hordeolum Hordeolum Hordeolum ... Dacryocystitis Inflammation of the lacrimal sac Usually caused by obstruction of nasolacrimal duct with subsequent infection Unilateral Treat ...
Date added: October 17, 2011 - Views: 49
... duct obstruction Failure to canalize Blind pouching Lacrimal Drainage System Clinical presentations Amniotocele Acute dacryocystitis (pyocele) Acute mucocele Tearing and discharging eye (most common) ...
Date added: October 21, 2011 - Views: 66
Chronic Dacryocystitis Etiology: It is usually due to an obstruction In the nasolacrimal duct, followed by infection of the lacrimal sac. 1) Obstruction of naso lacrimal duct a) ...
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Growth Cardiac murmurs Red reflex Hip laxity/dysplasia Strabismus Diaper dermatitis Dacryocystitis Neglect or abuse Thrush & cradle cap Title: No Slide Title Author: Information Services Last modified by: Information Services Created Date:
Date added: May 20, 2012 - Views: 22
Sometimes need probing and tubing Adult NLD obstruction Dacryocystitis Questions . Title: Orbit and lids and lacrimal disorders (1 hours) DR. SHEHAH Author: MSI Last modified by: MSI Created Date: 8/16/2013 8:14:29 PM Document presentation format:
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... Live in nasolacrimal system, conjunctival sac, lacrimal glands Lid swelling, conjunctivitis, keratitis, dacryocystitis Corneal ulceration Etiology-usually traumatic Often complicated by secondary bacterial and/or fungal infections Must diagnose early, treat appropriately, ...
Date added: November 5, 2011 - Views: 89
Chronic: S. epidermidis, candida Chronic Dacryocystitis etiology: mucosal degeneration, ductile stenosis, stagnant tears, bacterial overgrowth Eyelids/Conjunctiva/Lacrimal Gland Dacryocystitis Clinical manifestations: Pain, redness, ...
Date added: October 20, 2011 - Views: 97
Periorbital and Orbital Cellulitis. Divided by the orbital septum. Predisposing factors: Periorbital (preseptal): Trauma, conjunctivitis, eyelid infection, dacryocystitis, acute sinusitis (esp. ethmoiditis), hematogenous seeding
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Stye, dacryocystitis/dacryoadenitis. Skin trauma (insect bites, acne, surgery) Dental abscess. Hematogenous seeding. Epidemiology. More common overall. ... Periorbital – doesn’t have some of the more concerning signs of orbital (increased intraorbital pressure) Wbc, ...
Date added: August 4, 2013 - Views: 17
... Vision -Threatening Slide 4 Slide 5 Dacryocystitis Naso Lacrimal Duct Obstruction Dacryocystitis Dacryocystitis Dacryocystitis Conjunctivitis Conjunctivitis: symptoms & signs Conjunctivitis Conjunctivitis Slide 14 Slide 15 Corneal ulcer : symptoms Corneal ulcer : signs Corneal ...
Date added: July 4, 2013 - Views: 11
... Duct Obstruction Infection Inflammation Wegner’s Sarcoidosis Steven’s Johnson Herpes Intranasal abnormality Dacryocystitis Lacrimal Sac Mass Inflammation Sarcoidosis Non-specific inflammation Neoplasia Squamous cell carcinoma Lymphoma Evaluation of the Wet Eye Irrigation Flows ...
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... Blepharitis Chalazion Stye Entropion Of upper eyelid due to scarring Of lower eyelid Dacryocystitis Ptosis Coloboma Coloboma Cataract Strabismus Types Tropia Eyes which are always improperly aligned Phoria Eyes which have a tendency to misalign when fusion is interrupted Esotropia ...
Date added: October 8, 2011 - Views: 51
Dacryocystitis. Masquerade syndrome. Carotid and dural fistula. Acute angle glaucoma. Anterior uveitis. Episcleritis/scleritis. Factitious. Blepharitis. Adults > children. Inflammation of the lid margin. Frequently associated with styes. Meibomian gland dysfunction.
Date added: September 29, 2013 - Views: 25
* * * * * * * * * * * External DCR – gold standard for NLDO compared to endonasal or transcanalicular DCR Aim – consider factors affecting success of DCR Inclusion criteria – chr.dacryocystitis, mucocele, epiphora.
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COMPLICATIONS OF CATARACT SURGERY 1. Operative complications ... and operating room personnel Preoperative prophylaxis Staphylococcal blepharitis Chronic conjunctivitis Chronic dacryocystitis Infected socket Treatment of pre-existing infections Peroperative prophylaxis Instillation of ...
Date added: December 4, 2011 - Views: 81
Dacryocystitis. Bacterial Cellulitis (trauma) Hematogenous dissemination. Bacterial periorbitalcellulitis. Acute Sinusitis-inflammatory edema “Orbital Cellulitis ...
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... Staph and Strep Semisynthetic PCN/ Cephalosporin Ptosis Dermatochalasis Case 3 Inflammations Thyroid Eye Disease Dacryocystitis Nasal-lacrimal duct Obstruction Epiphora (Tearing) Recurrent bacterial conjunctivitis Often history of facial trauma TREATMENT: DCR Ectropion Entropion ...
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EYE EM Adrian Burger How to approach the eye.. What do we need? ... Pinhole Rest of exam Lids and Lashes Lacrimal System Dacryocystitis Treatment Lids and lashes Viral Viral treatment Bacterial Bacterial Treatment PKC Allergic, Vernal ...
Date added: November 7, 2011 - Views: 64
Anterior Segment Disorders IRITIS Signs and Symptoms Circumlimbal redness Pain Photophobia Decreased vision Miotic pupil Rule Out Systemic inflammation Trauma ... ACQUIRED Trauma a common cause Systemic antibiotics if infected Surgical procedure after one episode of dacryocystitis ...
Date added: September 20, 2013 - Views: 18
... Trichiasis Infectious keratitis Corneal abrasion HSV dendrites Foreign Body Nasolacrimal Obstruction Can lead to Dacryocystitis Pain, redness, and swelling over the innermost aspect of the lower eyelid, tearing, discharge Organisms Staphylococci, ...
Date added: November 2, 2011 - Views: 30
dacryocystitis Ophthalmology Cryotherapy involves the use of ____. cold Ophthalmology What pathology does the scleral buckle procedure treat? retinal detachment Ophthalmology Why is dacryocystorhinostomy performed? to ...
Date added: June 13, 2012 - Views: 25
Chronic dacryocystitis. Chronic dacryocystitis. Chronic dacryocystitis. 11.00 4.00 3.00 Sheet1. Chart1. Sales. To resize chart data range, drag lower right corner of range. Risk factor. No risk factor. 18.00 24.00 Sales. Risk factor. No risk factor. 18.00 24.00 Sheet1.
Date added: June 24, 2013 - Views: 4
... (24%) with keratitis Three (18%) with dacryocystitis Three (18%) with socket infection One (6%) with infected draining device after RD repair External Ocular MRSA Infections All patients had one or more of the following risk factors: ...
Date added: October 17, 2011 - Views: 33
Case Congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction Dacryocystitis Gonorrheal conjunctivitis Chlamydial conjunctivitis Herpetic conjunctivitis Infantile glaucoma Case Acute otitis media Otitits media – criteria? The normal TM: which ear? OM Bugs OM ...
Date added: May 29, 2012 - Views: 52
None of the above 2.All are the causes of non-healing ulcer, except: a.Iridocyclitis b.Dacryocystitis c.Diabetes mellitus d.Raised intraocular pressure THANK-YOU * * Title: Cornea – Bacterial Keratitis Author: windows Last modified by:
Date added: May 31, 2012 - Views: 57
Dacryocystitis Nasal-lacrimal duct Obstruction Epiphora (Tearing) Recurrent bacterial conjunctivitis Often history of facial trauma Treatment: DCR Ectropion Entropion * * * * * * * * * Diagnosis (2 of 3) ...
Date added: May 2, 2013 - Views: 32
... Canalicular obstruction (cong., trauma, herpetic infection, drugs and irradiation, chr. dacryocystitis) Nasolacrimal duct obstruction (idiopathic stenosis, trauma, previous surgery, granulomatous disease, tumours) ...
Date added: November 27, 2012 - Views: 38
Acute dacryocystitis. Herpes zoster. Sinusitis. Pain on eye movement. Retrobulbar neuritis. Optic neuritis. Myositis. Migraine. Drooping of eye lids. Age of onset. Duration. Unilateral or bilateral. Diurnal variation. Family history. History of trauma. History of systemic diseases.
Date added: June 28, 2014 - Views: 1
If that leads to inflammation, it is called ‘dacryocystitis’ (DAK ree oh sist EYE tiss). If the inflammation spreads to the sinuses, it’s called ‘dacryosinusitis’ (DAK ree oh SYE nus EYE tiss). Medical terms, signs, symptoms , disorders & treatments of the eye… Detached ...
Date added: May 5, 2013 - Views: 4
Dacryocystitis. Xerophthalmia. Diseases and Conditions (cont’d) Conjunctiva, Sclera, and Cornea. Conjunctivitis . Corneal abrasion. Figure 15-13 Conjunctivitis. Barbara Galati/Phototake NYC. Diseases and Conditions (cont’d)
Date added: September 15, 2012 - Views: 66
... dry eye Sharp ocular pain Foreign body, Abrasion Localized tenderness Dacryocystitis , Chalazion Symptoms Symptom Cause Deep, intense ... Treatment Warm compresses Lid scrubs Johnson and Johnson’s baby shampoo Thera-scrubs Bacitracin ointment Bedtime Restasis Doxycycline ...
Date added: May 2, 2013 - Views: 41
Orbital cellulitis excluded in 9 pts 8 patients orbital cellulitis diagnosed, ... (cat bites e.g.) Dacryocystitis conditions such as erysipelas or impetigo. Rarely bacteremia Lawless M and F Martin. ORBITAL CELLULITIS AND PRESEPTAL CELLULITIS IN CHILDHOOD.
Date added: May 18, 2012 - Views: 72
Special Senses: The Eye and Ear ... paralysis of ciliary body cycloplegia –plegia pertaining to cornea corneal –al inflammation of tear bladder dacryocystitis cyst/o –itis inflammation of iris iritis –itis double vision diplopia –opia paralysis of iris iridoplegia –plegia removal of ...
Date added: May 7, 2012 - Views: 102
... dacryocystitis, and suppurative lymphadenitis (Cioffi et al. 1986). Radiographic findings Working length radiograph Last file Initial file Length Canal A cutaneous odontogenic sinus tract is a localized entity and is not an indication for antibiotics ...
Date added: August 12, 2013 - Views: 2
Antibiotic therapy for dacryocystitis and conjunctivitis. Case Description:Follow-up and Outcome. After six months of treatment, she had marked improvement in sinus and facial symptoms. Right eye periorbital swelling, chemosis, and scleritis resolved.
Date added: March 9, 2014 - Views: 1
... insufficiency of drainage 375.42 Chronic Dacryocystitis 375.52 Stenosis, Lacrimal Punctum 375.56 Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction Fee $98.07-/$103.08 Punctal Occlusion By Plug 68761 Temporary (collagen) or Permanent (Silicone) ...
Date added: September 5, 2011 - Views: 37
... Naso-Orbital-Ethmoidal Fractures Lacrimal System Injury Incidence <20% Routine exploration not justified Persistent dacryocystitis of obstruction Dacryocystorhinostomy Naso-Orbital-Ethmoidal Fractures Complications Telecanthus related to inadequate / delayed treatment Lacrimal system ...
Date added: October 21, 2011 - Views: 85
What is dacryocystitis. Inflammation of the lacrimal sac. Is conjunctivitis sight threatening. Not usually. What is keratitis. Corneal infection. What are the viral agents of keratitis. HSV-1. VZV. Is keratitis sight threatening. Yes. What is uveitis.
Date added: August 19, 2013 - Views: 12
-de Toledo AR, Chandler JW: Conjunctivitis of the newborn. Infect Dis Clin North Am1992 Dec; 6:807-13 Neonatal Dacryocystitis onset 2-4 wk Tenderness & swelling in medial canthal region Epiphora most prominent ± purulent D/C from puncta, ...
Date added: November 27, 2012 - Views: 24
Ophthalmological:scleritis, conjunctivitis, corneal ulceration, dacryocystitis, proptosis, optic neuritis, blindness. Others: Skin ulceration, polymyalgia, polyarthritis. If untreated:death within 6 mth due to renal failure. Crusting ...
Date added: February 12, 2012 - Views: 56
Title: The Eye Examination Author: Kashif Baig Last modified by: Chantal Created Date: 1/31/2007 2:35:04 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
Date added: October 15, 2011 - Views: 207
... /pteyrgium Lid diseases Clalazion Sty Abnormal lid function Corneal disease Abrasion Ulcer Foreign body Dacryoadenitis Dacryocystitis Masquerade syndrome Carotid and dural fistula Acute angle glaucoma Anterior uveitis Episcleritis/scleritis Subconjunctival hemorrhage Factitious THANK ...
Date added: May 2, 2013 - Views: 90