keratouveitis

keratouveitis

Inflammation of both the cornea and the uveal tract (i.e., of both the cornea and the iris, ciliary body, and choroid).
Synonym: cyclokeratitis
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Slit-lamp examination revealed persistent herpetic keratouveitis in the right eye.
Observing the pattern of lesions, the dendritic pattern was the most common (57.14%) followed by superficial punctate keratitis (31.16%) in patients with HSV keratitis while in HZO, it was pseudo dendritic pattern in 13 (65%) cases and 3 (15%) cases each of stromal and keratouveitis. Pseudo dendritic pattern was always associated with vesicles over face, unilateral along the area of distribution of ophthalmic division of trigeminal nerve.
Toda et al., "Interface fluid syndrome after laser in situ keratomileusis following herpetic keratouveitis," Journal of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, vol.
Mayers, "Poststreptococcal keratouveitis associated with group C streptococcus pharyngitis," Clinical Ophthalmology, vol.
Ocular involvement has been reported very rarely and it may be observed as conjunctivitis, vesiculer lesions in the conjuntiva, corneal involvement and keratouveitis (9).
Other ophthalmologic signs include eyelid lesions [82,83], keratouveitis [80], keratoconjunctivitis sicca [80], punctate epithelial erosions [80, 84], corneal ulceration/scarring [84], and dysplastic conjunctival lesions resembling ocular surface squamous neoplasia [85].
Keratoconjunctivitis, keratitis (dendritic ulcers) or keratouveitis can occur.
Ophthalmic infections known to occur with HSV include blepharoconjunctivitis, keratouveitis, acquired ankyloblepharon, and membranous tarsal plaque.
A case of vaccinia keratouveitis has been reported after accidental ocular autoinoculation from a recent vaccination site (6).
However, ocular herpes infection, specifically keratouveitis, is more complex than dermal or oral herpes.
Of the 53 recurrences, 31 (58.4%) exhibited AU, 16 (30.1%) keratouveitis, and 6 (11.3%) keratitis.