hyalitis

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hy·a·li·tis

n. hialitis, infl. del humor vítreo.
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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.
En la semiologia ocular se evidenciaba falta de respuesta de amenaza y a simple vista desprendimiento de retina en ojo izquierdo; en ojo derecho presentaba prueba de amenaza positiva y vitritis.
18] Ocular TB has been described in HIV-infected patients with disseminated TB affecting both the anterior and posterior segments of the eye with a variety of presentations that include: vitritis, retinal vasculitis, optic neuritis, choroiditis and choroidal tubercules.
A complete clinical response to the treatment was assumed in those patients whose visual acuity was normal in both eyes and showed absence of inflammatory findings in the ocular fundus exam (inflammatory cells in the anterior chamber, vitritis, and choroiditis) or absence of macular/choroidal thickening in optical coherence tomography (OCT).
Vitritis, occlusive vasculitis, and granuloma were observed on fundus examination.
During the course of the disease, ocular manifestations occurred in 26 patients in the form of posterior uveitis, retinal vasculitis, anterior uveitis, vitritis, and retinal vein occlusion.
13) Although visual problems were excluded as the cause for such a change, the disease's ocular manifestations are described as uveitis, vitritis, retinitis, retinal haemorrhage, choroiditis, papilledema, optic atrophy, and keratitis.
Another patient developed immune recovery uveitis characterized by severe anterior uveitis and vitritis along with marked diminution of vision.
minimal overlying vitritis except where large areas of retina are involved or where there is partial immune recovery from HAART
Light rays from OCT can reasonably penetrate mild ocular media opacities like cataract, posterior capsular opacification, vitreous hemorrhage, asteroid hyalosis and vitritis.
Furthermore, Gabrielian and Hariprasad (8) described an immunocompetent patient with treated and stable nonocular disseminated coccidioidomycosis who showed development of new vitritis and choroiditis 8 weeks into high-dose fluconazole therapy; his intraocular disease resolved within 2-4 weeks of transition to voriconazole.