Non Granulomatous Uveitis Ppt

On slit lamp examination, uveitis can be classified either as granulomatous or non. Causes mentioned in table 4. Rarely keratic precipitates. May be uniformly distributed as seen in fuch. S uveitis, possner schlossman syndrome, sarcoid uveitis and lens induced uveitis. Anterior uveitis due to hvs may occur in a patient with no history of or finding suggesting herpetic keratitis, but this is thought to be uncommon. In the absence of clinical evidence or history of hvs keratitis, there are some clues that suggest herpetic anterior uveitis.
Free download as powerpoint presentation. Or view presentation slides online. Granulomatous uveitis in young boy. Bilateral granulomatous uveitis in young lady. Hypopyon uveitis in a seven year old child. Meibomian gland carcinoma and sympathetic ophthalmia. Bilateral exudative retinal detachment. Rare cause yohish kamath, s bala murugan, t r sathya, s r rathinam 6. Differential diagnosis 61 s r rathinam. All india ophthalmological society office.
Underlying systemic conditions for anterior uveitis dominick l. Associate professor of optometry senior director, ophthalmology services and practice development illinois college of optometry 1 outline. Specific conditions. Other classification. The anatomical diagnosis of anterior uveitis has to be first verified by excluding spill. Over inflammation associated with uveitis of the posterior segment. Intermediate or posterior uveitis. To exclude posterior involvement pupil dilatation is mandatory in all cases. Secondly, the type of clinical presentation has to be characterized as non. Granulomatous or granulomatous in order to.
Uveitis due to tissue invasion by leptospirae represents the manifestation of non granulomatous uveitis. It is acute, occurring due to physical and toxic insult to the tissue. The alterations consists of dilatation and increase permeability of vessels, breakdown of blood aqueous barrier and infiltration of lymphocytes, plasma cells and large. Acute suppurative nongranulomatous inflammation. This is an acute, nongranulomatous. No epithelioid or giant cells. Purulent inflammatory reaction in which the predominant cell type is the polymorphonuclear leukocyte.
Inflammation of one or all parts of the uveal tract. Components of the uveal tract include the iris, the ciliary body, and the choroid. Uveitis ppt 3, views. Genetic factors the cause of non. Infectious uveitis is unknown. But there are some strong genetic factors that predispose disease onset. B27 and the ptpn22 genotype. Infectious agents recent evidence has pointed to reactivation of herpes simplex, varicella zoster and other viruses as important causes. Bacterial infection is another.