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    Red Eye Professional

    History History of presenting complaint Time and speed of onset Ocular symptoms (eg, pain, photophobia, blurred vision, discharge, etc). Systemic symptoms (eg, headaches, ...

    Infective Conjunctivitis Professional

    There may be mild photophobia. Significant photophobia suggests severe adenoviral conjunctivitis or corneal inflammation.

    Uveitis Professional

    Pupils There may be direct photophobia There may be consensual photophobia (typical of iritis: photophobia due to more superficial causes is typically direct but n...

    Tension-type Headache Professional

    Although photophobia and exacerbation by movement are common to many headaches, photophobia, phonophobia and visual/sensorimotor disturbance are not present.

    Uveitis Conditions

    Redness of your eye. Photophobia (which means you find bright light painful or uncomfortable). You may develop blurred vision or even some visual loss.

    Colour Vision and its Disorders Professional

    Tends to be associated with reduced visual acuity (usually 6/60), photophobia, nystagmus and sluggish pupil reflex to light. Achromatic functioning cones: can only see black, white and sha...

    Meningococcal Disease Professional

    Stiff neck, back rigidity, bulging fontanelle (in infants), photophobia. Altered mental state, unconsciousness, toxic/moribund state. Non-blanching rash.

    Sympathetic Ophthalmia Professional

    Painful red eyes . Photophobia . History of penetrating ocular trauma or surgery. Examination This reveals diffuse bilateral intraocular inflammation.

    Albinism Professional

    Nystagmus, photophobia and strabismus are typical features. Visual acuity is almost invariably markedly reduced, with absence of binocular vision.

    Stevens-Johnson Syndrome Professional

    Ocular symptoms: painful red eye, purulent conjunctivitis, photophobia, blepharitis. Signs General examination: fever, tachycardia, hypotension; altered level of consciousness, se...

    Tick-borne Encephalitis and Tick-borne Encephalitis Vaccination Professional

    For example: Meningitis: high fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, photophobia, vertigo. Encephalitis: impaired consciousness (drowsiness to stupor or coma), personality and behavioura...

    Chediak-Higashi Syndrome Professional

    The literature tends to be isolated case studies or just a few cases. [ 4 ] Family history of the disease is a risk factor but it is uncommon to find a positive history in patients with this conditio...

    Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction Professional

    Congenital glaucoma - this is another important paediatric childhood condition that may present with epiphora. Photophobia, a difference in eye size (compare the diameter of the cornea of ea...

    Episcleritis and Scleritis Conditions

    Vision may be blurred, the eye may be watery (although there is no discharge) and you may find it difficult to tolerate light (photophobia). There are several types of scleritis, depending...

    Pathogenic Free-living Amoeba Professional

    Symptoms - watering eyes, eye pain with photophobia, blurred vision and irritation. Signs include ptosis, conjunctival hyperaemia, episcleritis, scleritis and loosening of the corneal epit...

    Inflammatory Retinal Diseases Professional

    Young people and adults: decreased vision, floaters, photophobia, pain and hyperemia. AIDS patients often experience pain with marked anterior segment involvement.

    Conjunctivitis Professional

    Discharge, which may be watery, mucoid, sticky or purulent depending on the cause. Photophobia is not typical: it suggests corneal involvement. Visual acuity should be unaltered.

    Dry Eyes Professional

    Less often, there may be itching, photophobia and a tired or heavy feeling. Some patients may report a lack of emotional tears or may have noticed a less vigorous response when peeling onions...

    Hereditary Retinal Dystrophies Professional

    Inheritance  - congenital achromatopsia is transmitted in an autosomal-recessive trait Presentation - patients present in early childhood with nystagmus, abnormal visual behaviour or ...

    Refsum's Disease Professional

    Cataracts and photophobia caused by impaired pupillary light responses. [ 7 ] Peripheral polyneuropathy. Absent or diminished deep tendon reflexes.

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