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Synonyms for hyperaemia

increased blood in an organ or other body part


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Contact lens associated papillary conjunctivitis (CLPC), with its typical raised papillae and hyperaemia of the tarsal conjunctiva, may cause contact lens wear to become difficult or impossible, as the rough tarsal surface can result in lens displacement.
These long-term studies also show an evolution of hyperaemia followed by ischaemia and recovering vitality starting at week 9 (Fig.
Patients may develop cerebral ischaemia, vasospasm, or cerebral hyperaemia, each of which has unique implications for brain metabolism and the management of ICP.
Reduced hyperaemia following skin trauma: evidence for an impaired microvascular response to injury in the diabetic foot.
05%, are available over the counter but are only effective in the short-term (seven days) owing to potential rebound hyperaemia with longerterm use.
With the patient under general anaesthesia, the surgeon applied phenylephrine drops to an eye to reduce hyperaemia.
In the clinical studies, the efficacy of ZYMAXID[TM] was defined as complete clearance of conjunctival hyperaemia and conjunctival discharge, and when all bacterial species present at baseline were eradicated.
Signs may include watery discharge, diffuse conjunctival hyperaemia, follicles on the palpebral conjunctiva, and pre-auricular lymphadenopathy (tenderness and swelling).
Ocular hyperaemia was the most frequently reported treatment-related adverse event in clinical studies of tafluprost (preserved and preservative free formulations), occuring in approximately 13% of the patients studied in Europe and the US.
It has also been pointed out that limbal hypoxic stress is more influential on hyperaemia than central hypoxia stress.
Corneal staining, which was analysed with the application of fluorescein dye, and hyperaemia were assessed according to the Cornea and Contact Lens Research Unit (CCLRU) grading scale (School of Optometry and Vision Science, The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia).
There was also associated reduction in bulbar and palpebral hyperaemia, corneal staining and lid roughness.
a) Chalazion b) Crusting of the lid margins c) Lid margin swelling d) Lid margin hyperaemia
Grading scores of key biomicroscopic ocular physiology measures (limbal and conjunctival hyperaemia, corneal staining and papillary conjunctivitis) are shown in Figure 3.
Contact lens wearers with dryness symptoms have been shown to exhibit significantly more LWE and LIPCOF, but not necessarily increased corneal staining, bulbar hyperaemia or decreased tear film stability, compared to asymptomatic wearers.