papillitis


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papillitis

(ˌpæpɪˈlaɪtɪs)
n
(Biology) the inflammation of a papilla
Translations

pap·il·li·tis

n. papilitis, infl. del disco óptico.
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In our current study, the incidences of gastric papillitis and H.
Evaluated with clinical examination findings, the lesions in the left eye were considered to be papillitis, occlusive vasculitis, and choroiditis.
Optic nerve disease such as papillitis and neuroretinitis are quite uncommon.
Rarely uveitis, papillitis or endophtalmitis may also be observed.
Papillitis due to thiamine deficiency may lead to progressive visual loss.
That is why several authors have suggested that in patients with ocular syphilis especially in those with active chorioretinitis and papillitis, lumbar puncture for CSF evaluation be performed to rule out asymptomatic neurosyphilis3,5.
11) which showed that the ocular attacks with hypopyon, vitritis, vasculitis, and papillitis were significantly more frequent in men in Turkey.
They describe ocular anatomy and eye examination, then core conditions in ophthalmology, including the ophthalmic features of systemic hypertension, diabetes, sarcoidosis, endocarditis, and demyelinating disease and space-occupying lesions of the brain, as well as how to recognize iritis, different forms of retinopathy, and the difference between papilloedema and papillitis.
The increase of cholelithiasis sickness rate (ChL) is followed by increasing of its complicated forms such as acute cholecystitis, choledocholithiasis, cholangitis, stenosing papillitis, biliary pancreatitis; these forms are found in 30-45% of patients (Korolev and Pikovskiy, 1990; Galperin, 1983; Nazirov et al.
2) The ocular nerve and chiasm are believed to be the second most common cranial nerve sites involved, with the disease manifesting as optic neuritis or papillitis.