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Ocular Diseases #2

Terms Ocular SUrf Disorders/Corneal dyst

Phthisis bulbi End stage ocular decompensation
Tear Break-Up Time Test for dry eye
Lysozome Enzyme produced in tears
Rose Bengal Stains conjunctiva and cornea and is a test for dry eye
Fluorescein Stains cornea and is a test for dry eye
Lissamine Green Stains conjunctiva and cornea and is a test for dry eye
Tear Osmolarity New, more specific and accurate test for dry eye
Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca Extreme dry eye and develops filamentary keratitis. Also, has other symptoms of dry eye.
Map dot corneal dystrophy Gets recurrent erosions
Excrudences in endothelium Dark defects in corneal endothelium
Keratoconus Thinning of cornea from drying, Irregular astigmatism, Common dystropy
Dellen Thin area of the cornea due to drying
Pachymetry Measures corneal thickness
Corneal Ecasia Thinning of cornea from drying and Irregular astigmatism
Endothelial guttata May lead to corneal decompensation
Inflammadry Test New, most specific and accurate test for dry eye.
Entropion Lids turned in
Trichiasis Abnormal lash growth- turn in
Distichiasis Abnormal row of lashes
Xanthelasma Cholesterol deposits under skin
Hordeolum (stye) Inflammation of zeiss and moll glands (lid margin)
Chalazion Inflammation of the meibomian gland
Dacroadenitis Inflammation of the lacrimal gland
Dacrocystitis Lacrimal sac inflammation
Purulent Discharge Bacterial conjunctivitis
Watery discharge Vernal conjunctivitis and viral conjunctivitis
Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis SCL wear, Vernal conjunctivitis
Follicular Conjunctivitis Viral Conjunctivitis, Toxic, Chlamydial, EKC
Ciliary Injection Indicates deep or corneal problem
Scleral Injection Associated with systemic disorder
Acanthamoeba Associated with SCL wear, Contaminant SCL solutions
Sjogren's Syndrome Dry eye, dry mouth, can be severe
Pterygium Vascular growth in cornea
Pinquecula Yellow elevation in conjunctiva
Herpes Simplex Dendritic Ulcer (Epithelial)
Herpes Zoster Stromal (Interstitial) Keratitis. Vesicles on face, virus in trigeminal ganglion
Blepharitis Staphlyococcal Inflammation
Bell's Palsy VII cranial nerve
Phlyctenule Whitish infiltrate peripheral cornea, Vernal Conjunctivitis
Chlamydia STD
Created by: Leequa