circumoral pallor), respiratory and cardiovascular abnormalities, fundoscopic
findings, and so on may all support parasite involvement.
examination must be done in all children with HT.
images show early (left) and late (right) "bull's-eye" hydroxychloroquine-induced lesions in the eye.
5 and 1 mm from the foveal center in patients with electroretinogram alterations without fundoscopic
signs of retinotoxicity, and in age-matched controls.
These rates, along with the developmental categories, are part of a normal physical examination of a child's neurological system, which according to American Association of Critical Care Nurses guidelines, also includes general appearance, skull examination, level of consciousness, motor function including reflexes, sensory function, cerebellar function, cranial nerve function, fundoscopic
examination, and vital signs (Slota, 2006b).
Simultaneously, the patient complained of loss of vision in her right eye, and fundoscopic
examination revealed fungal endophthalmitis (Figure 4).
examination confirmed bilateral optic nerve edema.
examination, the optic nerves were found to be edematous in the right and left side and streaks were found in the left macula.
A dilated fundoscopic
eye exam is important at the beginning of treatment to determine any baseline abnormalities, as some visual difficulties can but rarely occur as a result of the treatment drugs.
examination for papilloedema is an essential clinical skill.
The drugs are being continued along with regular follow up clinically and also with investigations like liver function, complete blood count, uric acid and fundoscopic
examination indicated no evidence of unilateral chorioretinitis.