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  1. dilation of skin vessels and yellow crusting at lash roots that bleed and ulcerate if removed
  2. Sjogren's syndrome
  3. Varicella zoster; oral acyclovir
  4. external hordeola
  5. hot compresses and ATBs (to cover Staph); I&D if needed
  1. a purulent inflammations of lash follicles & adjacent glands
  2. b Tx of hordeolum (bacterial inf)
  3. c Chronic, systemic inflammatory dz of unknown etiology associated w/ dry eyes, mouth & other mucous membranes.
    Associated w/ many autoimmune dz
  4. d Presentation of Staphylococcal marginal blepharitis
  5. e 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?

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Usually due to extension of bacterial sinusitis; Threatens vision & life
  2. Ophthalmic findings include uveitis, eyelid nodules, keratoconjunctivitis sicca, chorioretinitis, lacrimal gland enlargement, conjunctival nodules & rarely, deep orbital dz
  3. involve meibomian glands (found inside lid)
  4. True or False: Fungal infections of the eye are common
  5. Staphylococcal marginal blepharitis:- lid deformity may cause...

5 True/False questions

  1. Seborrheic marginal blepharitisPresents w/ burning, itching & red eyelids; End result is lid margin scarring w/ misdirection of eye lashes (trichiasis) & corneal injury.

          

  2. chronic blepharitis and meibomianitisDemodex follicularum (hair follicle mite) and
    Demodex brevis (sebaceous gland mite) may infect pilosebaceous unit of lid & cause...

          

  3. Thyroid-associated ophthalmopathyMost common cause of uni- or bilateral proptosis

          

  4. S-shaped upper lid, ptosis and preauricular lymphadenopathyAcute orbital cellulitis: what does postseptal involve?

          

  5. pain, redness and swelling of lid margin which may abscessAcute orbital cellulitis: how does preseptal present?