← HEENT 2 cont. Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- tissue of eyelids and periocular region anterior to orbital septum
- madarosis (lost), trichiasis (misdirected) or poliosis (lose color)
- entropion, ectropion, thickening or notching of lid margins
- Varicella zoster; oral acyclovir
- Red lid margins with greasy scale, not clustered at lash root and do not bleed or ulcerate when removed
- a Acute orbital cellulitis: what does preseptal involve?
- b sudden onset of fever & preherpetic neuralgia pain in the nrv distribution→ 3-4d later skin reddens, swells & develops vesicles→ rupture & heal over 1-2 wks. Tx?
- c Staphylococcal marginal blepharitis:- lid deformity may cause...
- d Presentation of seborrheic marginal blepharitis
- e Staphylococcal marginal blepharitis: what can happen with eye lashes?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- due to obstruction of nasolacrimal duct; middle age adults: female>male (3:1); acute or chronic lacrimal sac swelling, irritation & tearing
- Acute orbital cellulitis: tx for postseptal
- unilateral crop of vesicles on swollen, red base; often on lower lid. Tx?
- purulent inflammations of lash follicles & adjacent glands
- Classic description of Molluscum contagiosus
5 True/False Questions
Chalazion → lipogranulomatous inflammation of a sebaceous gland of eyelid 2° duct obstruction; Often associated w/ rosacea or seborrhea
pain, redness and swelling of lid margin which may abscess → Both internal and external hordeola can cause...
internal hordeola → involve meibomian glands (found inside lid)
Marginal blepharitis → Presents w/ burning, itching & red eyelids; End result is lid margin scarring w/ misdirection of eye lashes (trichiasis) & corneal injury.
oral ATBs and compresses → Acute orbital cellulitis: tx for preseptal