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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Caption: Figure 1: The white arrows indicate periorbital edema.
Two days after initiating PAP therapy, he developed periorbital edema, which was most prominent upon awakening and would slowly dissipate across the day (Figure 1(b)).
The left eye also evidenced periorbital edema, hyphema, chemosis and loss of menace response and light reflexes.
The neurological examination revealed chemosis, proptosis, and periorbital edema on the left side (Figure 3a).
Lid revealed periorbital edema of both upper lids (Vigouroux sign) and lower lids (Enroth's sign).
It can be characterized by sinusitis and a painless, necrotic black palatal or nasal septum scar, facial pain, periorbital edema, proptosis, tearing, blindness and ocular or optic nerve involvement and nasal congestion or discharge.
If they ingest a cyclooxygenase-1 inhibitor, they develop asthma symptoms, rhinorrhea, periorbital edema, urticaria, pruritus, angioedema, anaphylaxis, or other symptoms.
Severe pain, proptosis, periorbital edema leading to ptosis, reduced extraocular motility and favourable response to antibiotics and steroids were suggestive of inflammatory process.
The patient, a 5-year-old Hispanic boy, had presented with left periorbital edema, eye pain, rhinorrhea, headache, and a fever.
Periorbital edema as an initial presentation of rosacea.
Characteristic skin findings include a heliotrope periorbital rash with or without associated periorbital edema; the "'shawl sign," which is a symmetrical macular violaceous erythema at the nape of the neck and around the shoulders; and scalp involvement, including alopecia.
There may be bradycardia, periorbital edema, thinning of the outer third of the eyebrows, hoarse voice or goitre.