- Defective vision is one of the important symptoms of acute iridocyclitis
- Initially there is slight blurring of vision with progressive deterioration
- There are multiple causes of defective vision in acute iridocyclitis
- They are: (from anterior to posterior of eyeball)
- corneal oedema and keratic precipitates
- Aqueous humour turbidity
- Exudates in pupillary area
- Myopia as a result of ciliary spasm
- Complicated cataract
- Cyclitic membrane
- Vitreous haze
- Macular oedema
- Secondary glaucoma
Copyright © 2008-2018 PG Blazer.
Disclaimer : Although every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the material, the authors will not be held responsible for any inadvertent errors. The information in this site is provided only as a resource for PG entrance aspirants, and is not to be used for any diagnostic or treatment purposes.