Uvea

Cell and Flare
Cell and Flare

Cells and Flare in the Anterior Chamber. The best way to see cells is to but a small beam, maximum of light into a dark background ( the pupil).

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Hyphema
Hyphema
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Endophthalmitis
Endophthalmitis

An endophthalmitis is an infection of intra-ocular fluids ( aqueous humor and vitreous). It requires urgent management. Note the conjunctival injection and the hypopyon.

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Keratic precipitates
Keratic precipitates

Those are sub-epithelial deposits of WBCS

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Hyphema
Hyphema

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Sub-epithelial deposits of WBCS
Sub-epithelial deposits of WBCS

The white spots are WBC deposits in the sub-epithelial corneal layer. It is a sign of anterior chamber inflammation. You can also see mild hypopyon. Copyrights : EyeRounds.org. University of Iowa

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Hypopyon
Hypopyon

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We would like to thank Dr. M. Darvish,  Eyerounds.org & DJO.harvard.edu for sharing their picture bank.