Translation: from english

flash keratoconjunctivitis

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  • flash keratoconjunctivitis — actinic conjunctivitis …   Medical dictionary

  • keratoconjunctivitis — Inflammation of the conjunctiva and of the cornea. atopic k. a chronic papillary inflammation, of the conjunctiva showing Trantas dots in a patient with a history of atopy. epidemic k …   Medical dictionary

  • actinic conjunctivitis — conjunctivitis produced by ultraviolet rays (actinic rays), such as that of Klieg lights, therapeutic lamps, or acetylene torches. Called also arc flash or welder s c., flash keratoconjunctivitis, and actinic ray, electric, flash, or ultraviolet… …   Medical dictionary

  • Actinic conjunctivitis — is an eye condition contracted from prolonged exposure to Actinic (ultraviolet) rays. Symptoms are redness and swelling of the eyes. Most often the condition is caused by prolonged exposure to Klieg lights, therapeutic lamps, and acetylene… …   Wikipedia

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  • Conjunctivitis — Inflammation of the conjuctivae, the membranes on the inner part of the eyelids and the membranes covering the whites of the eyes. These membranes react to a wide range of bacteria, viruses, allergy provoking agents, irritants and toxic agents.… …   Medical dictionary

  • Coats' disease — Classification and external resources Clinical photography of patient with Coats disease, showing conjunctival hyperemia, mild corneal edema, posterior synechiae and cataract. ICD …   Wikipedia

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  • blindness — 1. Loss of the sense of sight; absolute b. connotes no light perception. SEE ALSO: amblyopia, amaurosis. 2. Loss of visual appreciation of objects although visual acuity is normal. 3 …   Medical dictionary

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