True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: sympathetic ophthalmitis
is caused by adrenaline crossing from one eye to the other.
is a rare ocular inflammatory condition where a penetrating injury or intra-ocular surgery to one eye predisposes the other, uninjured, eye to vision loss.
is a rare bilateral cause of blindness.
A 2-year, 6-month-old girl child weighing 12 kgs with history of Cytomegalovirus infection with left eye opacity (CMV ophthalmitis
) with Microcephaly was referred for MRI Brain and orbit from a local hospital.
(5,6) Corneal ulceration and perforation, iridocyclitis, anterior synechiae, and panophthalmitis from untreated gonococcal ophthalmitis
may result in permanent vision loss and blindness.