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bright red eye
nl vision
no pain
subconjunctival hemorrhage
red eye assoc w/cough or sneeze
subconjunctival hemorrhage
infected lash follicle gland
hordeolum
obstructed meibomian gland
chalazion
chronic lid margin inflammation
blapharitis
cause of blepharitis?
staph, seborrheic, or combination
conjunctivitis w/stringy, white mucus
allergic conjunctivitis
conjunctivitis w/clear, watery
viral conjunctivitis, chemical conjunctivitis
conjunctivitis w/purulent discharge
bacterial conjunctivitis
conjunctivitis w/itching
allergic conjunctivitis
conjunctivitis w/Hx of recent URI & preauricular LN
adenoviral conjunctivitis
pingueculum?
pathologic change in bulbar conjunctiva caused by environmental exposure
pterygium?
pathologic change in bulbar conjunctiva caused by environmental exposure
how Tx pingueculum?
lubrication with artificial tears and reduction of UV exposure
how Tx pterygium?
lubrication with artificial tears and reduction of UV exposure
tearing
photophobia
FB sensation
corneal abrasion
how Tx corneal abrasions caused by contact lens?
do not patch!
chemical burns--which is worse, alkali or acid?
alkali
Hx of eye surgery, trauma, or immunologic compromise
endophthalmitis
subacute vision loss and severe pain
endophthalmitis
marked visual loss,
hypopyon,
vitritis
endophthalmitis
painful ductions
patient is ill
orbital cellulitis
corneal opacity
keratitis
what is a hyphema?
what causes it?
hyphema=blood in ant chamber;
caused by blunt trauma to eye
-cicumcorneal redness, pain
-photophobia, and decreased vision
-pupil may be small or irregular
iritis
severe frontal H/A
blurred vision,
halos
acute glaucoma
hazy cornea
acute glaucoma
vision threatenening Red Eye Sx?
-decreased vision
-ocular pain
-photophobia
-corneal edema
-corneal opacity
-abnl pupil
-elevated IOP
subconjunctival hem--Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
chalazion-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
hordeolum (stye)-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
blepharitis-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
conjunctivitis-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
dry eye-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
pingueculum-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
pterygium-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
corneal abrasion-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
PCP
chemical burns-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
optho
corneal infections-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
optho
endopthalmitis-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
optho
orbital cellulitis-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
optho
hyphema-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
optho
iritis-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
optho
acute glacuoma-Tx by PCP or opthalmologist?
optho
pain and photophobia
corneal abrasion or corneal ulcer
fluorescein staining
corneal abrasion or ulcer
how distinguish b/w corneal abrasions and corneal ulcers?
Corneal Ulcers have (vs. Corneal Abrasions):
1. cell/flare rxn
2. stromal infiltrate
3. hypopyon (pus in eye)
possible consequences of corneal ulcers
perforation & endophthalmitis
FBS sensation, lacrimation
corneal abrasion vs. ulcer
what are key vital signs during visual exam
visual acuity, APD
what does this indicate:

motility
subconjunctival uveal tissue
open globe
what does severe chemosis indicate
open globe