hyperaemia


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increased blood in an organ or other body part

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Any worsening in visual acuity, discomfort, pain or hyperaemia should be treated with the greatest suspicion.
Nasal obstruction, discharge and headache form the major symptoms while hyperaemia, deviated septum with hypertrophied inferior turbinates form the major signs in the case group.
Endothelium-dependent vasodilatation was semiautomatically calculated as a percent change in arterial diameter at the baseline and during postocclusive reactive hyperaemia.
Other ophthalmic complications of INF- a and ribavirin therapy include transient blurred vision increased intraocular pressure inflammatory disorders like Vogt-Koyanagi- Harada like disease subconjunctival haemorrhage5 optic neuropathy6 optic disc hyperaemia and oculomotor nerve palsy.
At the same time hyperaemia of the upper extremities was observed and the patient complained of nasal congestion.
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.
The second problem is what doctor's call rebound hyperaemia - your nose gets used to decongestants and symptoms can worsen after stopping them.
At that time the LDF signal increased and a reactive hyperaemia (RH) response occurred in most patients.
If the original fitting record recorded the conjunctiva as 'clear' or 'normal' this change would certainly not have been detected, but if the original record had recorded conjunctival hyperaemia grade 0 (Efron) the change may have been picked up.
Reactive hyperaemia was induced by inflation of pneumatic cuff on the upper arm to 50 mm above systolic pressure followed by cuff deflation after 5 minutes.
In the clinical studies, the efficacy of ZYMAXID was defined as complete clearance of conjunctival hyperaemia and conjunctival discharge, and when all bacterial species present at baseline were eradicated.
a Glasgow Coma Score (GCS) [less than or equal to]8, may have different pathologies, including an extradural haematoma, subdural haematoma, cerebral ischaemia, cerebral hyperaemia, vasospasm, diffuse axonal injury, and/or focal haemorrhagic contusions.
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.