Horner-Trantas dots

Hor·ner-Tran·tas dots

(hōr'nĕr),
evanescent white cellular infiltrates occurring in the bulbar form of vernal keratoconjunctivitis.

Hor·ner-Tran·tas dots

(hōr'nĕr tran'tăs dots)
Evanescent white cellular infiltrates occurring in vernal keratoconjunctivitis.

Horner,

Johann Friedrich, Swiss ophthalmologist, 1831-1886.
Bernard-Horner syndrome - Synonym(s): Horner syndrome
Horner pupil - constricted pupil due to impairment of sympathetic nerve innervation of the dilator muscle of the pupil.
Horner syndrome - ptosis, miosis, and anhidrosis on the side of the sympathetic palsy. Synonym(s): Bernard-Horner syndrome; Bernard syndrome; ptosis sympathetica
Horner-Trantas dots - evanescent white cellular infiltrates occurring in the bulbar form of vernal keratoconjunctivitis.

Trantas,

Alexios, Greek ophthalmologist, 1867-1960.
Horner-Trantas dots - see under Horner, Johann Friedrich
Trantas dots - pale, grayish red, uneven nodules of gelatinous aspect at the limbal conjunctiva in vernal conjunctivitis.
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Characterised by ptosis, ropy mucous discharge, photophobia, large, non-uniform cobblestone papillae, Horner-Trantas dots, limbal nodules, neovascularisation, corneal shield ulcers, and itching.
Inclusion criteria being large cobblestone papillae, Horner-Trantas dots with any of these [active shield ulcer, macroerosion, limbal stem cell deficiency with conjunctivisation, coarse punctate epithelial keratitis (PEK), conjunctival granuloma, limbal pannus indicating severe annular limbal inflammation] [4].
In more severe cases there are limbal nodules and Horner-Trantas dots.
A characteristic manifestation of limbal vernal conjunctivitis is the presence of Horner-Trantas dots, which are white, chalk-like dots composed of eosinophils and epithelial debris located at the limbus.