Examination revealed lacrimation
and conjunctival abnormalities or exudate; ophthalmologic examination revealed 2 filiform worms on the conjunctival fornix of the affected eye.
The eye symptom of lacrimation
was more common in the desert area than the urban area.
6%) telithromycin-treated patients: blurred vision (n = 2), nonspecific visual disturbance (n = 1), conjunctivitis (n = 3), nonspecific inflammation (n = 1), and increased lacrimation
(n = 1).
Patients with SUNCT typically experience both conjunctival injection and lacrimation
, but no other autonomic symptoms.
Attacks occur five or more times a day, typically last 2-30 minutes, and often are accompanied by autonomic symptoms such as lacrimation
, rhinorrhea, eyelid edema, and miosis, but not restlessness or agitation, which are more characteristic of cluster headache.
These symptoms were followed by difficulty urinating, constipation, and episodes of salivation, rhinorrhea, lacrimation
, diaphoresis, and pyrexia.
The septic form of this infection presents with a sudden onset fever, rigors, sweats, myalgia, chest pain, phototrophia, lacrimation
, and diarrhea.
The most common drug-related treatment-emergent adverse events were nasal discomfort, throat irritation, increased lacrimation
, and dysgeusia (i.
36) Further, the addition of fluorescein to the ocular surface may itself influence the measurement, as application may induce reflex lacrimation
which artificially lengthens FBUT.
Onchocerca lupi, known to infest dog eyes, inducing an acute or chronic ocular disease characterized by conjunctivitis, photophobia, lacrimation
, discharge, and exophthalmia.
Patients may experience disturbances in oral competence, eye protection, and lacrimation
, as well as in their ability to convey voluntary and emotional facial expressions.
Exposure to these agents causes excessive salivation and lacrimation
in addition to seizure induction (Shih et al.