endophthalmitis


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Related to endophthalmitis: panophthalmitis
Translations

en·doph·thal·mi·tis

, endophthalmia
n. endoftalmitis, infl. de los tejidos interiores del globo ocular, causada por una gen. reacción alérgica a una droga o bacteriológica. El ojo se enrojece, se infecta, y a veces tiene pus. Otros síntomas que pueden manifestarse son vómito, fiebre (calentura) y dolor de cabeza;
___ ophthalmia nodose___ oftalmia nodular;
___ phacoanaphylactica___ facoanafiláctica;
granulomatous ______ granulomatosa.

endophthalmitis

n endoftalmitis f
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Post-operative uveitis, cystoid macular oedema, relevant retinal fluid, retinal detachment and endophthalmitis were not reported in this cohort.
14) Importantly, the rate of severe complications such as endophthalmitis and retinal detachment following the intravitreal injection was also low.
Any case suggestive of endophthalmitis during followup was immediately subjected to intravitreal injections of Vancomycin 1 mg/ 0.
In addition, risks of taking these supplements include genitourinary disease, endophthalmitis (inflammation on the inside of the eye), and stroke.
Due to an increased risk of endophthalmitis, the cataract surgery was postponed after the discovery of the more than two-dozen contacts in the patient's eye.
With the discovery, the patient's cataract surgery was pushed back as she had a higher risk of contracting endophthalmitis.
Among the areas they consider are managing capsulorhexis and complications, soft and mature cataract management and complications, intraocular lens implantation in the absence of adequate capsular support, machine management in complicated cases, toxic anterior segment syndrome and endophthalmitis, and prevention pearls and damage control.
Postoperative endophthalmitis is one of the most serious complications of intraocular lens (IOL) implantation after cataract surgery.
Background: Pediatric infectious endophthalmitis is a serious sight-threatening disease for children.
There was one early postoperative complication, endophthalmitis, which was successfully treated, and no other postoperative complications occurred.
Cases were evaluated preoperatively and at postoperative Days 1, 14-21, and 90 for visual acuity, intraocular pressure (IOP), and presence of endophthalmitis, inflammation and cystoid macular edema (CME).
The complications associated with iris prolapse and corneal laceration include uveitis, endophthalmitis, panophthalmitis, anterior synechia, pigmentation, secondary glaucoma and dehiscence of suture (Miller, 2008).