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Red Eye. Sana Rasool FY1 Ophthalmology The Royal Oldham Hospital . Anatomy of the eye . History taking . History of foreign body/trauma? Blurred vision? Photophobia? Haloes around lights? Itch? Hx of eye disease/ surgery? Contact lens wearer? . Conjunctivitis .

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red eye

Red Eye

Sana Rasool

FY1 Ophthalmology

The Royal Oldham Hospital

history taking
History taking
  • History of foreign body/trauma?
  • Blurred vision?
  • Photophobia?
  • Haloes around lights?
  • Itch?
  • Hx of eye disease/ surgery?
  • Contact lens wearer?
conjunctivitis
Conjunctivitis
  • Inflammation and erythema of conjunctiva
  • History:
    • Any recent contact with someone with a red eye within past 2-3 weeks?
    • Has it spread from one eye to the other?
    • Any discharge?
    • Any changes in vision?
    • Itch?
acute angle closure glaucoma
Acute angle closure glaucoma
  • Occlusion of iridocorneal angle
acute angle closure glaucoma1
Acute angle closure glaucoma
  • Sudden, severe increase in IOP
  • Aching pain, N&V, blurred vision +/- haloes around lights
  • Reduced VA, red eye, hazy cornea, fixed, mid-dilated pupil, raised IOP
  • IV acetazolamide 500mg, pilocarpine 4%
anterior uveitis
Anterior uveitis
  • Inflammation of iris and ciliary body
  • Risk factors:
  • Young/middle aged
  • Previous hx
  • Seronegative arthropathy
  • Sarcoid, IBS
  • Pain if severe; blurred vision; photophobia
anterior uveitis1
Anterior uveitis
  • Redness of eye around cornea
  • Talbots test +ve
  • Management: topical corticosteroids every 2 hours
thank you

Thank you

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