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anisocoria

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? unequal pupil size

adies pupil, 3

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? sluggish pupillary reaction to light that is unilateral and caused by a parasympathetic lesion of CN __

arroyo sign, addisons

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? sluggish pupillary reaction due to hypoadrenalsim (_____ diesease)

horners syndrome

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? ptosis, miosis, and anhydrosis on the same side as an interruption to the cervical sympathetics

glaucoma, peripheral, crescent

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? increased interocular pressure causing cupping of the optic disc (cup to dic ratio is >1:2). pt will notice blurring of their vision especially in the ___ fields as well as rings around lights. ___ sign will be present upon tangential lighting of the cornea

papilledema (aka choked disc)

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? swelling of the optic disc due to increased intracranial pressure. No visular loss (visual loss with optic neuritis). may be seen with a brain tumor or brain hemorrhage.

retinal detachment

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? painless sudden onset of blindness described as curtains closing over vision' lightning flashes and floaters

macular degeneration

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? is the most common reason for blindness in the elderly, ___ vision lost, macular drusen is an early sign of macular degenerati8on (yellow deposits under the retina)

hypertensive retinopathy

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? damage to the retinal vessels/background will show these signs; copper wire deformity, silver wire deformity, A-V nicking, flame & splinter hemorrhages, and cotton wool soft exudates.

diabetic retinopathy

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? affects the veins more than arteries and presents with microaneurysms, hard exudates, and neovascularization

iritis, AS

what eye and pupil DDx is being described? is inflammation of the iris (colored portion of the eye) seen with ___

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