hyperaemia


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hyperaemia

An increase in the amount of blood in a part, organ or tissue as a result of widening (dilatation) of the supplying arteries.

hyperaemia

Excessive accumulation of blood in a part of the body. Note: also spelt hyperemia. Syn. injection. See ciliary injection; conjunc-tival injection.
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No significant differences were observed in TBUT, the Schirmer I test, TMH, NIBUT, bulbar and limbal hyperaemia, and corneal fluorescein staining between the diabetic and nondiabetic groups.
Endothelium-dependent vasodilatation was semiautomatically calculated as a percent change in arterial diameter at the baseline and during postocclusive reactive hyperaemia.
Other ophthalmic complications of INF- a and ribavirin therapy include transient blurred vision increased intraocular pressure inflammatory disorders like Vogt-Koyanagi- Harada like disease subconjunctival haemorrhage5 optic neuropathy6 optic disc hyperaemia and oculomotor nerve palsy.
Patients may develop cerebral ischaemia, vasospasm, or cerebral hyperaemia, each of which has unique implications for brain metabolism and the management of ICP.
Reduced hyperaemia following skin trauma: evidence for an impaired microvascular response to injury in the diabetic foot.
Per Speculum (a) Curdy white 25 100.0 25 100.0 1.00; NS discharge (b) Hyperaemia 8 32.0 12 48.0 0.25; NS (c) Foul smelling 6 36.0 6 36.0 1.00; NS In both the treatment groups of gynaecological patients, vaginal discharge was universal.
* Contact lens associated papillary conjunctivitis (CLPC), with its typical raised papillae and hyperaemia of the tarsal conjunctiva, may cause contact lens wear to become difficult or impossible, as the rough tarsal surface can result in lens displacement.
At the same time hyperaemia of the upper extremities was observed and the patient complained of nasal congestion.
In this study, PCOS women demonstrated decreased vascular response to reactive hyperaemia i.e., FMD suggestive of early impairment of endothelial function and also negatively correlated with HOMA-IR, testosterone and usCRP.
Topical antihistamine/sympathomimetic combination drops, such as antazoline 0.5% and xylometazoline 0.05%, are available over the counter but are only effective in the short-term (seven days) owing to potential rebound hyperaemia with longerterm use.
Ocular side effects observed are mild conjunctival hyperaemia in 12% of cases with Bimatoprost and nil with Timolol.
Corneal staining, which was analysed with the application of fluorescein dye, and hyperaemia were assessed according to the Cornea and Contact Lens Research Unit (CCLRU) grading scale (School of Optometry and Vision Science, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia).