Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome

leptotrichosis

 [lep″to-trĭ-ko´sis]
infection with a species of Leptotrichia.
leptotrichosis conjuncti´vae name given to parinaud's oculoglandular syndrome when caused by infection with Leptotrichia.

Pa·ri·naud oc·u·lo·glan·du·lar syn·drome

(pah-ri-nō'),
unilateral conjunctival granuloma with preauricular adenopathy in tularemia, chancre, tuberculosis, and cat-scratch disease.

Pa·ri·naud oc·u·lo·glan·du·lar syn·drome

(pah-ri-nō' ok'yū-lō-glan'dyū-lăr sin'drōm)
Unilateral conjunctival granuloma with preauricular adenopathy in tularemia, chancre, tuberculosis, and cat-scratch disease.

Parinaud,

Henri, French ophthalmologist, 1844-1905.
Parinaud conjunctivitis - a chronic necrotic inflammation of the conjunctiva characterized by large, irregular, reddish follicles and regional lymphadenopathy.
Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome - unilateral conjunctival granuloma with preauricular adenopathy in tularemia, chancre, and tuberculosis.
Parinaud ophthalmoplegia - Synonym(s): Parinaud syndrome
Parinaud syndrome - paralysis of conjugate upward gaze with a lesion at the level of the superior colliculi. Synonym(s): Parinaud ophthalmoplegia
Parinaud I syndrome - retraction nystagmus; systemic hypertension; Babinski sign; extraocular palsy; pupils usually normal in size but have poor reaction to light and near vision. Synonym(s): divergence paralysis; Koerber-Salus-Elsching syndrome
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Symptoms are not specific and correspond to Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome (1).
However, atypical presentations of CSD occur and include Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome, hepatosplenic disease associated with microabscesses, osteomyelitis, neurologic involvement such as encephalitis and stellate macular retinitis, and various skin manifestations.
1,2) The most common atypical manifestation of CSD is Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome consisting of unilateral conjunctivitis and ipsilateral preauricular lymphadenopathy.