The limbal area should be examined, checking for circumcorneal
injection, which may indicate anterior uveitis.
Different authors, at different times, described it as spring catarrh, phlyctenula pallida, circumcorneal
hypertrophy, recurrent vegetative conjunctiva, verrucosa conjunctiva and aestivale conjunctiva, calling attention to the various aspects of this disease.
redness (in contrast with conjunctivitis, where the redness is mainly in the fornices)
Ophthalmic examination revealed keratitis, corneal opacities and circumcorneal
Signs of anterior uveitis may include circumcorneal
injection, fine keratic precipitates, cells and flare in the anterior chamber, irregular pupil margin and posterior synechiae.