heterochromic

heterochromic

pertaining to heterochromia.
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Etiologically, idiopathic uveitis was most common cause (24 cases), followed by tuberculosis (8 cases), Fuchs' heterochromic iridocyclitis (3 cases) sarcoidosis (2 cases), leprosy (2 cases), scleronegative spondyloarthropathy (1 case) in that order.
In our study, idiopathic cause was seen in 24 cases followed by presumed tuberculosis (8 cases); other causes included Fuchs' heterochromic iridocyclitis (3 cases), sarcoidosis (2 cases), leprosy (2 cases) and scleronegative spondyloarthropathy (1 case).
Ian doesn't believe in fate or luck, so how will this sullen skeptic find his heterochromic Cinderella again?
4) In the case of a very late presentation, an enlarging eye, proptosis, secondary glaucoma, orbital cellulitis, unilateral pupil dilatation, heterochromic iridis, spontaneous hyphaema, pseudohypopyon or blindness can be present.
Definitive taxonomic identification of most damselfly species is based upon microscopic examination, particularly of genital anatomy, and the genus Ischnura is a notoriously difficult one since in many species females, and sometimes males, may be heterochromic and even heteromorphic (see Figs.
This finding has long been considered a principal sign of FUS and even lead to it being called 'Fuchs' heterochromic iridocyclitis'.
Fuchs' heterochromic iridocyclitis: clinical manifestations in dark-eyed Mexican patients.
CATARACT EXTRACTION IN FUCHS' HETEROCHROMIC IRIDOCYCLITIS: Prior to 1967, a number of authors reported that cataract extraction in Fuchs' syndrome was uncomplicated or associated with transient hyphema.
Franceschetti A: Heterochromic cyclitis (Fuchs' syndrome).
Friable new vessels in the angle can be seen in Fuch's heterochromic iridocyclitis, and there often bleed when the eye is opened, eg during surgery.
Herpes simplex virus DNA identification from aqueous fluid in Fuchs heterochromic iridocyclitis.
Fuchs heterochromic cyclitis: rubella virus antibodies and genome in aqueous humor.