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142. Late Effects of Treatment for Childhood Cancer (PDQ®): Patient Version

). . Chest pain or heart attack. or one or more . disease. Possible signs and symptoms of heart and blood vessel late effects include trouble breathing and chest pain. These and other and may be caused by heart and blood vessel late effects or by other : Trouble breathing, especially when lying down. Heartbeat that is too slow, too fast, or different from the heart's normal rhythm. Chest pain. Swelling of the feet, ankles, legs, or . When exposed to cold or having strong emotions, the fingers, toes, ears (...) of extra after having many . Possible signs and symptoms of liver and bile duct late effects include abdominal pain and jaundice. These and other signs and symptoms may be caused by liver and bile duct late effects or by other conditions: Weight gain or weight loss. Swelling of the abdomen. Nausea and vomiting. Pain in the abdomen. Pain may occur near the ribs, often on the right side, or after eating a fatty meal. (yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes). Light-colored bowel movements. Dark

2016 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

145. Metastatic tumors to the eyelid: report of 20 cases and review of the literature. (PubMed)

, and salivary gland carcinoma (1 [5%] each). Eyelid metastasis was the first sign of systemic cancer in 3 patients (15%). The most common clinical finding at the initial examination was a solitary nodule in 12 patients (60%), a flat pigmented lesion and diffuse eyelid swelling in 3 patients each (15%), and multiple nodules and epiphora in 1 patient (5%) each. Ten patients (50%) had concomitant ocular site metastasis. Primary treatment included excision alone in 6 patients (30%), external beam radiotherapy (...) Metastatic tumors to the eyelid: report of 20 cases and review of the literature. To determine the primary sites, clinical features, treatment, and outcome of 20 patients with cancer metastatic to the eyelids.Retrospective review of medical records.The primary tumors included skin melanoma (4 [20%]), uveal melanoma (4 [20%]), breast carcinoma and conjunctival melanoma (3 [15%] each), renal cell carcinoma (2 [10%]), and medullary thyroid carcinoma, prostate carcinoma, lung carcinoma

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2009 Archives of Ophthalmology

146. Hypothyroidism

include: Changes to appearance such as coarse dry hair and skin and hair loss. Oedema, including swelling of the eyelids. Vocal changes such as hoarseness or deepening of the voice. Goitre. Bradycardia and diastolic hypertension. Delayed relaxation of deep tendon reflexes. Paraesthesia — due to carpal tunnel syndrome. Secondary hypothyroidism Symptoms and signs include those of primary hypothyroidism with or without those associated with: An intracranial mass such as headache, diplopia, or reduced (...) [ ; ; ; ]. Transient thyroiditis Subacute (de Quervain's) thyroiditis — painful swelling of the thyroid gland thought to be caused by viral infection [ ; ]. Postpartum thyroiditis (PPT) — PPT is the development of thyrotoxicosis, hypothyroidism, or thyrotoxicosis followed by hypothyroidism within a year of giving birth, in women who were euthyroid prior to pregnancy [ ; ; ]. Thyroid infiltrative disorders These include amyloidosis, sarcoidosis, haemochromatosis, tuberculosis, and scleroderma [ ]. Congenital

2016 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

147. Hyperthyroidism

When should I suspect Graves' orbitopathy? Suspect Graves' orbitopathy if there are clinical features of: Eye irritation, photophobia, or excessive watering of the eyes. Redness of the eyes or eyelids and/or swelling or feeling of fullness in one or both upper eyelids. Change in the appearance of the eye or eyelids. Troublesome eyelid retraction (sclera is visible above the superior corneal limbus), or lid lag (delay in moving the eyelid as the eye moves downward). Proptosis (exophthalmos, eyeball (...) , and wearing eye protectors during sleep). Elevating the head of the bed (to relieve morning eyelid swelling) if needed. Provide advice on sources of information and support for people with Graves' orbitopathy, such as: The Thyroid Eye Disease Charitable Trust (website available at ), which aims to improve awareness of thyroid eye disease, runs a national telephone helpline (telephone 07469921782), has a newsletter, and runs meetings for patient education and support. The British Thyroid Foundation

2016 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

148. Red eye

the CKS topic on . Ectropion (outward rotation of the eyelid margin). Entropion (inward rotation of the eyelid margin). Trichiasis (misdirection of the eyelashes towards the cornea). Child maltreatment. Although rare, suspect this if a child has retinal haemorrhages, or injury to the eye in the absence of major confirmed accidental trauma, or a known medical explanation, including birth-related causes [ ]. For more information, see the CKS topic on . Serious and potentially sight-threatening causes (...) , and systemic antimuscarinic medicines, such as tricyclics, can precipitate acute glaucoma. For more information, see the CKS topic on . Serious corneal causes. These include corneal ulcer (bacterial, viral or fungal), contact lens-related red eye and corneal foreign body. Corneal ulcer and contact lens-related red eye may start with a foreign body sensation. Usual symptoms include photophobia, blurred vision, discharge, and pain. On examination, there may be severe conjunctival injection, discharge, eyelid

2016 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

149. Comparison of Minimally Invasive Strabismus Surgery (MISS) and Conventional Strabismus Surgery Using the Limbal Approach. (PubMed)

found for final alignment, binocular single vision, other visual acuities, refractive changes, or complications.This study shows that this new, small incision, minimal dissection technique is feasible. The MISS technique seems to be superior in the immediate postoperative period because there were fewer conjunctival and eyelid swelling complications. Long-term results did not differ between the two groups. [J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus. 2017;54(4):208-215.].Copyright 2017, SLACK Incorporated. (...) radial cuts were made superior and inferior to the insertion of the muscle margin. Keyhole cut size was almost 1 mm less than the amount of muscle recessed or resected.There were significant differences in conjunctival redness and swelling in both groups on postoperative days 1 and 7 and week 3. However, after the third week, both groups had a similar appearance. Visual acuity was decreased at postoperative day 1 in both groups, but the difference was not significant. No significant differences were

2017 Journal of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus

150. Continuous Intraocular Pressure Patterns in Spine Surgery

rooms for measurement errors due to inadvertent pressure on the globe while retracting the eyelids, particularly when there is significant periorbital/conjunctival swelling in the prone position. The majority of the studies recruited healthy volunteers in a simulated surgical setting so other fluctuating parameters, which can affect intraoperative IOP, cannot be measured. In the few reports where patients undergoing surgery in the prone position were studies, IOP measurements were taken at non

2017 Clinical Trials

151. Palpebral Antrax. (PubMed)

Palpebral Antrax. A 13-year-old male patient presented with a complaint of swelling of the left eye starting 3 days ago. Bullous lesion and purulent discharge were present on his left eyelids. Bacillus anthracis was shown in culture and diagnosis was confirmed. Oculocutaneous anthrax is a rare condition, but the diagnosis should be considered in patients with a painless necrotizing ulcer.

2017 Pediatric Infectious Dsease Journal

152. Methimazole-induced liver injury overshadowed by methylprednisolone pulse therapy: Case report. (PubMed)

with spontaneous retro-bulbar pain, eyelid swelling and inconstant diplopia.Thyrotoxicosis and severe GO with suspected optic nerve damage and drug induced liver injury (DILI).Intravenous methylprednisolone pulse therapy was administered to treat GO and methimazole was continued for thyrotoxicosis. Dose of methimazole was reduced after exclusion of concurrent infection and active liver disease.The GO symptoms (eyelid swelling, sight loss, proptosis, retro-bulbar pain, diplopia) markedly decreased after

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2017 Medicine

153. Orbital floor fracture repair: the endonasal approach. (PubMed)

Orbital floor fracture repair: the endonasal approach. To avoid the dangers associated with lower eyelid approaches to the orbital floor and to improve visualization, we propose an endoscopic procedure for orbital floor fracture reduction and osteosynthesis using endonasal access via the medial maxillary sinus wall. The technique of endoscopic, endonasal transantral surgery is described, together with a retrospective analysis of 17 patients who had undergone this surgical procedure (...) in the Department of Otorhinolaryngology, University of Regensburg, between July 2013 and June 2016. Fractures without infraorbital margin involvement were successfully repaired and enophthalmos and/or diplopia were corrected in all cases. The endonasal approach described here allows orbital floor fractures to be repaired without injury to the eyelid apparatus. Visualization, in particular across the orbital floor as far as the palatine process, appears to be superior to that achieved with other approaches

2017 Rhinology

154. Periocular Necrotizing Fasciitis in an Infant. (PubMed)

Periocular Necrotizing Fasciitis in an Infant. Periocular necrotizing fasciitis developed in a 12-month-old boy with swelling of both eyes and redness and a discharge from the left eye approximately 36 hours after blunt trauma. Computed tomography revealed preseptal and soft-tissue edema on the left side, but no signs of orbital involvement, orbital fractures, or drainable abscess in the anterior left lower eyelid. The inflammatory signs worsened over the next day, and there was purulent (...) discharge from the left lower eyelid and an abscess and necrosis of the lower eyelid skin. He did well following surgical debridement and treatment with intravenous antibiotics. His course highlights the difficulty in diagnosing necrotizing fasciitis and the necessity for prompt surgical debridement and empirical broad-spectrum antibiotic therapy.Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2017 Survey of Ophthalmology

155. Vehicle-Controlled, Phase 2 Clinical Trial of a Sustained-Release Dexamethasone Intracanalicular Insert in a Chronic Allergen Challenge Model. (PubMed)

, 0-4 scales) at Visit 1, and for 2 of 3 time points on subsequent visits. Subjects who met entry criteria were randomized to receive Dextenza or PV (vehicle insert). Challenges occurred over 42 days, with efficacy assessed at 14 (primary endpoint visit), 28, and 40 days postinsertion. Outcome measures included the evaluation of ocular itching, redness, tearing, chemosis, eyelid swelling, rhinorrhea, and congestion.Twenty-eight subjects completed the study in the Dextenza group and 31

2017 Journal of ocular pharmacology and therapeutics : the official journal of the Association for Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics

156. Fronto-orbitozygomatic approach: functional and cosmetic outcomes in a series of 169 patients. (PubMed)

with a focus on 4 main issues: surgical complications, functional outcome, cosmetic outcome, and patient satisfaction. The additional time needed to perform orbitotomy and orbital reconstruction was also evaluated. RESULTS The permanent postoperative complications included forehead hypesthesia (41.4%) and dysesthesia (15.3%), frontal muscle weakness (10.3%), exophthalmos (1.4%), enophthalmos (4.1%), diplopia (6.6%; 2% were related to surgical approach), and persistent periorbital and eyelid swelling (3

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2017 Journal of Neurosurgery

157. Anterior orbital leiomyoma originating from the supraorbital neurovascular bundle (PubMed)

Anterior orbital leiomyoma originating from the supraorbital neurovascular bundle To present a young female patient with left anterior orbital leiomyoma that originates from the supraorbital neurovascular bundle.A 41-year-old female patient was admitted to our clinic with a complaint of swelling of the left upper eyelid. Based on the ophthalmological and imaging assessments, the excisional biopsy with the preliminary diagnosis of dermoid cyst was planned. The histopathological

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2017 SAGE Open Medical Case Reports

158. Primary Orbital Melanoma: Presentation, Treatment, and Long-term Outcomes for 13 Patients (PubMed)

 years (mean 55.5; median 48 years) and typically gave a short history of rapidly increasing proptosis and eyelid swelling. On the basis of history, a malignant lesion was suspected in most patients and all underwent incisional biopsy, with debulking of the mass in 10 (77%) patients, and skin-sparing exenteration in 3/13 (23%). Ten patients underwent orbital radiotherapy and the survival to date ranged from 9 months to 14 years (mean 55 months; median 23 months); two patients received solely

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2017 Frontiers in oncology

159. Effects of Atorvastatin in Graves' Orbitopathy (GO)

outcome determined using a composite evaluation. A composite evaluation of GO was described previously. Possible outcomes are: improvement, worsening, no change, resulting in 3 categorical values Improvement: amelioration of two parameters in at least one eye, without deterioration of any parameters in both eyes: Deterioration: worsening in two parameters in at least one eye: All other cases are "no change" Parameters are: Eyelid swelling (improvement/worsening according to EUGOGO Atlas evaluation (...) are: Eyelid swelling (improvement/worsening according to EUGOGO Atlas evaluation) Lid aperture in mm (significant variation: 2 or more mm) Clinical activity score (CAS) (7 items: spontaneous pain, evoked pain, eyelid edema, eyelid redness, conjunctiva redness, caruncle edema, chemosis; significant change: at least 2 points) Exophthalmos in mm (significant variation 2 or more mm) Eye muscle involvement - diplopia score (Gorman score) (significant variation: disappearance or change in the degree

2017 Clinical Trials

160. Clinical Evaluation of Hylo-Dual Versus Patanol in Children With Seasonal Allergic Conjunctivitis

is the most common form of ocular allergy, with an estimated prevalence of approximately 15 to 20%. The distressing signs (redness, chemosis, eyelid swelling) and symptoms (itching, tearing, redness) of SAC may cause extreme discomfort, with a burden due to the frequency and duration of the disease more than to its seriousness. Olopatadine hydrochloride ophthalmic solution 0.1% is a topical antiallergic agent that is both an antihistamine with high affinity and selectivity for the histamine H1 receptor (...) consisting of 0.5-unit increments from 0 (normal) to 4 (total involvement). Scale based on the Efron scale. Signs of conjunctival chemosis [ Time Frame: 7 days, 14 days, 30 days, 42 days, 56 days ] Assessed by an ophthalmologist on slit-lamp examination. 9-point scale consisting of 0.5-unit increments from 0 (normal) to 4 (total involvement). Signs of eyelid swelling [ Time Frame: 7 days, 14 days, 30 days, 42 days, 56 days ] Assessed by an ophthalmologist on slit-lamp examination. 9-point scale

2017 Clinical Trials

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