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Corneal Abrasion Management in the Emergency Department:<BR>
#Diagnosis #Management #Ophthalmology #Corneal #Abrasion #Treatment Algorithm for diagnosing the cause of red eye.
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#Diagnosis #Ophthalmology #Red #Eye #Algorithm #Differential Algorithm for diagnosing the cause of eye pain.
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#Diagnosis #Ophthalmology #Eye #Ocular #Pain #Differential #Algorithm
Selected Differential Diagnosis of Eye Pain: Key Features and Management Options
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Conjunctiva
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 - Bacterial conjunctivitis
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 - Viral Central Retinal Artery Occlusion (CRAO)
<BR>Anatomy: First branch of the internal carotid artery is the ophthalmic artery Central Retinal Vein Occlusion (CRVO)<BR>
 - Pathophysiology not fully understood; possibly due to thrombus located in Retinal Detachment
<BR> - Posterior vitreous shrinks with advancing age (aka synchysis senilis), pulling on the retina. Non-Traumatic Monocular Vision Loss - Vitreous Detachment 
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#Diagnosis #Ophthalmology #Vitreous #Detachment #Diagram #Signs Glaucoma - Emergency Department Management
<BR>- All patients should get emergency ophthalmologic consultation
<BR>- Start with eye drops Non-Traumatic Monocular Vision Loss - Open and Closed Angle Glaucoma Anatomy <BR>
#Diagnosis #Pathophysiology #Ophthalmology #Open #Closed Non-Traumatic Monocular Vision Loss - Open and Closed Angle Glaucoma Anatomy
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#Anatomy #Pathophysiology #Ophthalmology #Open #Closed #Angle Iridodialysis and traumatic cataract after firecracker injury<BR>
Iridodialysis is the result of a tear in the iris FIGURE 2. CHALAZION.  <BR>

Hordeola and chalazia are two common causes of the red, swollen eyelid FIGURE 4.  DACRYOCYSTITIS.  COURTESY OF EYEROUNDS.ORG AND DR. ANDREW DOAN (12).
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Dacryoadenitis involves inflammation of Lacrimal Gland Anatomy and Drainage System
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#Anatomy #Ophthalmology #Lacrimal #Gland #Ducts #System CORNEAL ABRASION MANAGEMENT FLOW CHART. <BR>
#Management #Ophthalmology #Corneal #Abrasion #Algorithm Fluorescein is an orange dye, typically adhered to a strip of paper.  This helps to Cornea Anatomy<BR>
#Anatomy #Ophthalmology #Corneal #Bowmans #Descemets #Membrane  LACRIMAL ANATOMY.  COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS<br>
#Anatomy #Ophthalmology #EyelidInjury #Lacrimal #Gland #Ducts #System  EYELID ANATOMY.  COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
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#Anatomy #Ophthalmology #EyelidInjury #Orbit LACRIMAL ANATOMY. COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS
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#Anatomy #Ophthalmology #EyelidInjury #Lacrimal #Gland #Ducts #System The findings in the table below suggest an eyelid injury that may require additional evaluation and Learning the Lingo: Ophthalmic Abbreviations<br>
Written By: David E Vollman, MD, MBA
#Ophthalmology #Abbreviations #MostCommon #CheatSheet Subconjunctival Hemorrhage: Spontaneously occurring collection of blood in subconjunctival 
space, which usually has a benign course.


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Charlie Subconjunctival Hemorrhage: Trauma to left eye as a result of a fall has led to significant Scleritis: Inflammation limited to the sclera. Note markedly dilated blood vessels which do not extend
onto the Ptosis: Eye lids drooping below what would be expected for normal coverage. Associated with a 
a Pterygium: A benign fleshy growth on sclera. Over time, it can creep across iris and interfere Periorbital Ecchymosis: Marked swelling and blue periorbital discoloration resulting from direct
trauma to the orbit. The patient Periorbital Cellulits: Note marked swelling and redness surrounding the eye due to infection.

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Charlie Goldberg, M.D. -