Panuveitis

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Panuveitis
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2011-11-01 14:07:24
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CH7 Panuveitis
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  1. Noninfectious Panuveitis Dz
    • Sarcoid
    • Sympathetic Ophthalmia
    • VKH
    • Bechets
  2. Logrens Syndrome includes
    • erythema nodosum
    • febrile arthropathy
    • hilar adenaopthy
    • iritis
  3. Heerfordt syndrome characterized by
    • uveitis
    • parotitis
    • fever
    • facial nerve palsy
  4. Retinal finding in sarcoid
    • yellow white aggregates AKA snow balls or linear string of pearls
    • perivascular sheathing
    • candle wax drippings - tachs de bougie
  5. Sympathetic ophthalmia is described as a
    nongranulomatous nonnecrotizing panuveitis
  6. Posterior segment findings in SO
    • Dalen Fuchs nodules
    • peripapillary chorodial lesions
    • Exudative RD
    • CME
    • CNV
    • Optic atrophy
  7. Extraocular finding in SO that are similar to VKH
    • cerebral spinal fluid pleocytosis
    • sensory hearing los
    • alopecia
    • poliosis
    • vitligo
  8. Dalen Fuchs nodules are found in
    • VKH
    • Sarcoid
    • SO
  9. How is VKH characterized
    bilateral diffuse granulomatous panuveitis with skin, neuro, and auditory symptoms with mulitple stages
  10. How is the convalescent stageof VKH described
    sunset glow fundus from resolution of exudative detachment and gradual depigmenttation
  11. What is sugira sign
    perilimbal vitlitgo in VKH
  12. Behcets is characterized by
    chronic replapsing vasoclusive disease of unknown etiology with nongranulomatous uveitis
  13. Behcets
    age of onset
    population
    transmission
    • 25-35
    • mediterranean
    • sporatic
  14. Systemic findings in Behcets
    • oral apthae (MCC finding)
    • Skin lesions -
    • erythema nodosum
    • gential ulcers
    • uveitis
    • systemic vasculitis
    • heart
    • neuro
  15. What is a unique skin finding in Behcets
    unique finding on anterior segment exam
    • cutaneous pathergy- sterile pustule at the site of a venipuncture or injection
    • shifting hypopyon with head position
  16. Prophalaxis treatment in Behcets
    colchicine

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