synechia


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Related to synechia: uveitis, posterior synechia
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adhesions between the iris and the lens or cornea resulting from trauma or eye surgery or as a complication of glaucoma or cataract

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Main features: bipolar electrodes for hysteroscopic resection and treatment of synechia with making available two generators From 1 er June 2016 March 31, 2018
Evaluation of the rabbit as an experimental model for human uterine synechia.
What was special about case 2 was that brown nodules in the iris and many pigment depositions were found in the trabecular meshwork in the corresponding place of the anterior synechia under a slit-lamp [Figure 1]g and gonioscope [Figure 1]h.
In clinical practice, these agents are used to achieve cycloplegia before refraction examination; to achieve pupil dilatation before fundus examination, surgery, and angiography; or to prevent synechia in the management of uveitis.
Lens matter was seen in the anterior chamber (AC) of 2 patients vitreous in AC in 3 patients hyphema in 3 patients hypopyon in 2 patients anterior synechia in 2 patients lens into the AC in 2 keratitis in 1patient.
3) Complications associated with secondary hemorrhage include glaucoma, optic atrophy, corneal blood staining, amblyopia, and posterior/anterior synechia.
1,3,4) In more severe cases, there may be corneal ulcerations, iritis, anterior or posterior synechia, opacification of the cornea, cataracts, glaucoma, atrophy of the retina, or severe pain.
When synechia or cataract was suspected, mydriatic drops were instilled and the patient was re-examined to confirm the diagnosis.
That began a nine-year saga of many conventional ophthalmologic interventions to treat her retinal tears, uveitis, pars planitis, retinal scarring, macular edema, synechia, glaucoma, and cataracts.
Healing in the vestibular region is usually by secondary intention due to the limited amount of vestibular skin; also, the nasal mucosa has an inherent characteristic of developing synechia, because whenever the nasal mucosa is breached, fibroblast activity attempts to heal the breach and if two mucosal surfaces are in contact, a synechia between the two surfaces develops.
Table 1: types of lasers used for common conditions in ORL surgeries Common conditions treated by laser Types of laser used in ORL surgery Nasal surgery: Nasal and paranasal polypi, hypertrophied CO2, Nd:YAG, Ho: YAG, turbinates, concha bullosa media, Diode and KTP Lasers Synechia, cicatricial stenosis and granulation, Septum spear and septal crest, talengectasia and capilary hemangioma, adenoids and choanal atresia.
Care should be taken to avoid cauterizing areas opposite each other, which can lead to synechia or on opposite sides of the septum, which can lead to perforations.
Three patients had suspicion of islets of residual endometrium due to the focal thickening of the echogenic stripe and echogenic appearance, three had abnormal endometrial images compatible with adenomyosis or postablation alterations, and one patient had a possible synechia.
Postoperative complications were minor: one intranasal synechia and some minimal peritubal adhesions.