It is mainly characterized by serous retinal detachment, iridocyclitis
and choroidal swelling.
In some instances, vitreous seeding may be extensive and allow tumour cells to be visible as spheroid masses floating in the vitreous and anterior chamber, simulating endophthalmitis or iridocyclitis
, and obscuring the primary mass.
The common eye complications observed in leprosy include lagophthalmos, impaired corneal sensation, exposure keratopathy, corneal ulceration, corneal opacity, cataract, iridocyclitis
, ectropion, entropion, trichiasis, secondary glaucoma, iris atrophy and chronic dacryocystitis.
, Hashimoto's disease, and anaphylaxis initially showed statistically significant risk incidence, but were all ruled out by further review from a physician investigator.
Table 1 Classification of uveitis Type of uveitis Location State of inflammation Anterior Iris Iritis Ciliary body Anterior cyclitis Iris and ciliary body Iridocyclitis
Intermediate Vitreous Vitritis Hyalitis Pars planitis Posterior Choroid Choroiditis Retina Retinitis Neuroretinitis Choroid and retina Chorioretinitis Retinochoroiditis Pan-uveitis All of the above All of the above Table 2 Prednisolone acetate 1% Prednisolone sodium phosphate 0.
There were also no features suggestive of neuritis, iridocyclitis
, orchitis, arthritis, or any other systemic involvement.
is present in all types of equine corneal ulcers and must also be treated to preserve vision.
Diagnosis and treatment of cytomegalovirus iridocyclitis
without retinal necrosis.
In another case, an 11-year-old boy with iridocyclitis
developed a cushingoid habitus and acanthosis nigricans after he was treated with prednisolone acetate 1% eye drops every 2 hours for 6 months (18).
M consulted with an ophthalmologist for anterior iridocyclitis
and ocular hypertension, which was controlled with travoprost.
In addition, ophthalmologic involvement manifested as optic neuritis, retinitis, episcleritis, and iridocyclitis
has been documented in few case series (23, 24).
The late congenital syphilis usually appears after 2 years of life, the active lesions corresponding to the lesions of the acquired tertiary syphilis: nodular syphilides and gummas on the skin and mucosa, ophtalmic involvement (interstitial keratitis, iridocyclitis
, coroidoretinitis), bone involvement (periostitis of the long bones, perisynovitis), eighth nerve deafness (neurolabyrinthitis), cardiovascular manifestations, neurologic diseases (juvenile general paralysis, tabes dorsalis, etc.