hypopyon


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hypopyon

(haɪˈpəʊpɪən)
n
(Medicine) med an accumulation of pus or white blood cells in the eye
Translations
Hypopyon
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Endophthalmitis was a clinical diagnosis based on typical symptoms and signs, including pain, decreased visual acuity, conjunctival erythema, anterior chamber reaction, hypopyon and vitritis.
If there is significant anterior chamber activity check for hypopyon, however rare at this stage (see Figure 1).
Cyclitic membrane was noted around the pupillary region and hypopyon was present (Figure 3A).
These include horn sinuses and horn fractures, haematoma, otitis, hearing loss, keratoconjuctivitis, cherry eye, proptosis, uveitis, hypopyon, corneal ulcers, cataract, entropion, snoring, nasal polyps, brachycephalic airway syndrome, torticollosis, guttural pouch diseases, dysphagia, masticatory muscle myositis and neoplasms.
Slit lamp examination of the left eye showed diffuse blood vessel injection, mild corneal edema with fine inferior keratic precipitates, fibrin reaction, and leukocytes in the anterior chamber without hypopyon (Figure 1).
Anterior uveitis is the most common serious ocular presentation and can be associated with corneal precipitates and hypopyon.
Hypopyon disappeared 1 day after treatment, but fungi were persistent in corneal scrapings 4 days after treatment.
There was no hypopyon, satellite lesion, or endothelial plaque.
Visual acuity is usually good at presentation except in eyes with severe hypopyon [1].
Behcet's disease is a multisystemic, vasculitic, chronic disorder characterized by recurrent oral aftous lesions, iridocyclitis with hypopyon and genital ulcers.
Lens matter was seen in the anterior chamber (AC) of 2 patients vitreous in AC in 3 patients hyphema in 3 patients hypopyon in 2 patients anterior synechia in 2 patients lens into the AC in 2 keratitis in 1patient.