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Band keratopathy Hypercalcemia develops in patients with renal failure, sarcoidosis, hyperparathyroidism and certain malignancies.
Bullous keratopathy Treatment can include hyperosmotic eye drops to reduce swelling (5% sodium chloride), bandage contact lenses to reduce discomfort, glaucoma medications to reduce the flow of fluid into the cornea, and surgical procedures to replace the damaged tissue.
Band keratopathy Symptoms include pain and decreased visual acuity.
Band keratopathy This can restore sight, but it can take a number of months for normal vision to return as the cornea will be damaged during the operation.
Band keratopathy This cannot be repeated too many times as it would make the cornea thinner and thinner.
Bullous keratopathy Keratopathy is common in older people. Keratopathy occurs after cataract surgery, its incidence has decreased since the advent of intraoperative viscoelastic agents that protect the endothelium.
Florida keratopathy Florida keratopathy appears as multiple cloudy opacities in the stromal layer of the cornea. The spots appear concentrated at the center and become more diffuse at the periphery. They can range in size from one to eight millimeters. There are no other symptoms, and there is no response to treatment with either anti-inflammatory or antimicrobial drugs. Histological analysis of affected corneas has found acid-fast staining organisms, suggesting Florida keratopathy may be caused by a type of mycobacterium. The disease may be induced by repeated stings to the eyes by the little fire ant, "Wasmannia auropunctata".
Bullous keratopathy Bullous keratopathy is a pathological condition in which small vesicles, or "bullae", are formed in the cornea due to endothelial dysfunction.
Bullous keratopathy Disease begins with vesicles that coalesce. There is severe progressing edema and rupture may occur in 24 hours or less.
Florida keratopathy Florida keratopathy, also known as Florida spots, is an eye condition characterized by the presence of multiple spots within both corneas. It is most commonly seen in dogs and cats, but is also rarely seen in horses and birds. The disease is found in the southeastern parts of the United States. In other parts of the world it is confined to tropics and subtropics, and it is known as tropical keratopathy.