Flashcards in Red Eye and Adnexal Oncology Deck (25)
What are some diseases that will present with red eye but no loss of vision?
How do you differentiate between the various types of conjunctivitis?
Yellow discharge (bacterial)
Watery discharge (viral)
Mucous discharge (allergic)
What are some diseases that will present with red eye and vision loss?
What are some of the causes of uveitis?
Infection (TB, herpes simplex, syphillis)
Associated with systemic disease (ankylosing spondylitis)
What is the treatment for uveitis?
Topical anti inflammatory
What are the symptoms of acute angle closure glaucoma?
Fixed, dilated pupil
What may cause a corneal abrasion?
Chronic dry eye
What are the features of preseptal cellulitis?
What are the common causes of preseptal cellulitis?
What are the features of orbital cellulitis?
What are the common causes of orbital cellulitis?
What are the most common benign eyelid tumours?
Basal cell papilloma
What are the most common malignant eyelid tumours?
Basal cell carcinoma
What does the appearance of a squamous cell papilloma look like?
How are squamous cell papillomas treated?
Excision or laser ablation
What does the appearance of a basal cell papilloma look like?
Greasy, brown, flat , round
Unrelated to sun exposure
How are basal cell papillomas treated?
What is used to diagnose a malignant transformation?
Firm to touch
What does the appearance of actinic keratosis look like?
Flat, scaly, hyperkeratotic skin
Related to sun exposure
How are actinic keratosis treated?
Excision or topical chemotherapy
What does the appearance of keratocanthoma look like?
How are capillary haemangiomas treated?
What is the characteristic apppearance of a basal cell carcinoma?
Slow, inexorable growth over months
Non-pigmented, elevated, ulcerated
Pearly, rolled, irregular border
Lack of tenderness
What are the clinical subtypes of basal cell carcinomas?