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The Red Eye Differential Diagnosis. Differential Diagnosis of “red eye”. Conjunctivitis. Follicles. Purulent discharge. Papillae. Chemosis. Redness. Subconjunctival Haemorrhage. Diffuse or localised area of blood under conjunctiva. Asymptomatic

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The Red EyeDifferential Diagnosis


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Differential Diagnosis of “red eye”


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Conjunctivitis

Follicles

Purulent discharge

Papillae

Chemosis

Redness


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Subconjunctival Haemorrhage

  • Diffuse or localised area of blood under conjunctiva. Asymptomatic

  • Idiopathic, trauma, cough, sneezing, aspirin, HT

  • Resolves within 10-14 days


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Dry Eye Syndrome

  • Poor quality

    • Meibomian gland disease,Acne rosacea

    • Lid related

    • Vitamin A deficiency

  • Poor quantity

    • KCS

      • Sjogren Syndrome

      • Rheumatoid Arthritis

    • Lacrimal disease ie, Sarcoidosis

    • Paralytic ie, VII CN palsy


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Corneal Abrasion

  • Surface epithelium sloughed off.

  • Stains with fluorescein

  • Usually due to trauma

  • Pain, FB sensation,tearing, red eye


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Corneal Ulcer

  • Infection

    • Bacterial: Adnexal infection, lid malposition, dry eye, CL

    • Viral: HSV, HZO

    • Fungal:

    • Protozoan: Acanthamoeba in CL wearer

  • Mechanical or trauma

  • Chemical: Alkali injuries are worse than acid


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Episcleritis

  • Superficial

  • Idiopathic, collagen vascular disorder (RA)

  • Asymptomatic, mild pain

  • Self-limiting or topical treatment


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Scleritis

  • Deep

  • Idiopathic

  • Collagen vascular disease (RA,AS, SLE, Wegener, PAN)

  • Zoster

  • Sarcoidosis

  • Dull, deep pain wakes patient at night

  • Systemic treatment with NSAI or Prednisolone if severe


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Uveitis

Anterior:acute recurrent and chronic

Posterior: vitritis, retinal vasculitis, retinitis, choroiditis

Panuveitis:anterior and posterior


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Anterior uveitis (iritis)

  • Photophobia, red eye, decreased vision

  • Idiopathic. Commonest

  • Associated to systemic disease

    • Seronegative arthropathies:AS, IBD, Psoriatic arthritis, Reiter’s

    • Autoimmune: Sarcoidosis, Behcets

    • Infection: Shingles, Toxoplasmosis, TB, Syphillis, HIV


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Ciliary flush

Posterior synechiae

Fibrin

Flare

Hypopyon

KPs


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Acute Angle-closure Glaucoma

  • Symptoms

    • Pain, headache, nausea-vomiting

    • Redness, photophobia,

    • Reduced vision

    • Haloes around lights

Ciliary hyperaemia

Dilated pupil

Corneal oedema


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