periorbital edema


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periorbital edema

Puffy eyes Medtalk Accumulation of edema around the orbit Etiology Blowout Fx of the orbit, Graves' disease, Hashimoto/chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis, nephrotic syndrome, orbital sinusitis, rhinosinusitis, rosacea, SLE, sporotrichosis
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The patients (cases 1 and 3) who had chemosis, proptosis, periorbital edema, and extraocular muscle involvement were included in the SEOM group, and the others patients who had only conjunctival hyperemia and extraocular muscle involvement were included in the LOOM group.
In neurosurgery department also periorbital edema, eye redness, conjunctiva ulcer, decreased eye movement, cataract, paleness of optic disc, without artery pulsation, and fading of its contour was reported.
Periorbital edema as an initial presentation of rosacea.
37) More serious events, such as diarrhea, hypotension, malaise, pharyngitis, periorbital edema, and back pain were also observed in patients who received GM-CSF.
Physical examination findings on admission were as follows; BP 122/82, periorbital edema, +1 sacral edema, +2 pitting ankle edema, bilateral adnexal cysts, and salpinges.
For most patients, this involves mild periorbital edema and ankle edema.
Further clinical findings included an erythematous facial rash, periorbital edema, Gottron papules, thickened fingertip skin, and abnormal capillary dilatation of nail folds.
HEENT: Periorbital edema bilaterally with a "shine" to his eyelids.
Soft tissue injuries such as periorbital edema and ecchymosis as well as intra retinal hemorrhages may accompany the trauma.
The only sign on physical examination was the presence of 2 eschars on his lower right eyelid, associated with right periorbital edema (Figure) and painful rightsided cervical lymphadenopathies.
Fever (95%), lympadenopathy (94%), tonsillopharyngitis (70%), splenomegaly (50%), hepatomegaly (10-15%), palatal petechiae (25-60%) and less commonly jaundice, rash and periorbital edema constitute the clinical picture of infectious mononucleosis (2,3).
Mild periorbital edema was observed in 9 patients only, however, it disappeared in the first week.