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ALLMedicine™ Preseptal Cellulitis Center

Research & Reviews  71 results

Preseptal Cellulitis Versus Orbital Cellulitis: A Pediatric Case.
https://doi.org/10.1097/TME.0000000000000416
Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal; Milo RB

Jul 29th, 2022 - Eye infection with or without swelling is a common complaint in pediatric patients. It commonly affects the eyelid, which can be confused with an insect bite, orbital pseudotumor, or panophthalmitis. The article highlights the differences between ...

Imaging of Painful Ophthalmologic Disorders.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ncl.2022.03.002
Neurologic Clinics; Winegar BA

Jul 26th, 2022 - Cross-sectional imaging with computed tomography (CT) and MRI are diagnostic examinations useful in the diagnosis of painful ophthalmologic disorders and their potential complications. CT is a first-line imaging study for suspected orbital infecti...

Ligneous conjunctivitis mimicking preseptal cellulitis in a 3-month-old infant.
https://doi.org/10.1080/13816810.2022.2092756
Ophthalmic Genetics; Merlevede V, Ninclaus V et. al.

Jul 1st, 2022 - Ligneous conjunctivitis is a very rare form of pseudomembranous conjunctivitis with few published cases in literature. We aim to describe the ocular findings and treatment in an infant with ligneous conjunctivitis resembling preseptal cellulitis o...

Periorbital Cellulitis (Preseptal Cellulitis) Organism-Specific Therapy
https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/2018322-print

Jun 9th, 2022 - Organism-specific therapeutic regimens for the most common organisms responsible for periorbital cellulitis (also known as preseptal cellulitis) are provided below.[1] Local antibiograms should be consulted in addition to the following guidelines ...

Periorbital Cellulitis (Preseptal Cellulitis) Organism-Specific Therapy
http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/2018322-overview

Jun 9th, 2022 - Specific Organisms and Therapeutic Regimens Organism-specific therapeutic regimens for the most common organisms responsible for periorbital cellulitis (also known as preseptal cellulitis) are provided below. [1] Local antibiograms should be consu...

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News  5 results

The Baby With a Swollen Eyelid
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/904893_3

Nov 19th, 2018 - Differentiating Preseptal and Orbital Cellulitis  Preseptal cellulitis, also called "periorbital cellulitis," is an infection of the soft tissues of the eyelid anterior to the orbital septum, a layer of fibrous tissue extending from the periosteum...

The Baby With a Swollen Eyelid
https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/904893_4

Nov 19th, 2018 - Diagnosis and Treatment Strategies The diagnosis of preseptal cellulitis is largely based on history, physical examination, and ophthalmologic evaluation. The most common clinical manifestations of preseptal cellulitis are eyelid swelling, pain, a...

Emergency Imaging: Left Periorbital Swelling
https://www.mdedge.com/node/148680/path_term/58877
Jessica A. Rotman, MD, Keith D. Hentel, MD, MS et. al.

Oct 6th, 2017 - Case A 3-year-old boy was brought to the ED by his parents for evaluation of left periorbital swelling. A few days prior to presentation, the child was seen at an outpatient center where he was diagnosed with preseptal cellulitis and given an oral.

What Is Your Diagnosis? Fixed Cutaneous Sporotrichosis
http://www.mdedge.com/dermatology/article/103470/infectious-diseases/what-your-diagnosis-fixed-cutaneous-sporotrichosis
Kelley Fulghum, Todd Mollet, MD et. al.

Oct 13th, 2015 - The Diagnosis: Fixed Cutaneous Sporotrichosis On further questioning at our dermatology clinic, the patient reported having landed face-first into rocks and gravel during the all-terrain vehicle accident. After his medical history was noted and a.

What Is Your Diagnosis? Fixed Cutaneous Sporotrichosis
https://www.mdedge.com/dermatology/article/103470/infectious-diseases/what-your-diagnosis-fixed-cutaneous-sporotrichosis
Kelley Fulghum, Todd Mollet, MD et. al.

Oct 13th, 2015 - The Diagnosis: Fixed Cutaneous Sporotrichosis On further questioning at our dermatology clinic, the patient reported having landed face-first into rocks and gravel during the all-terrain vehicle accident. After his medical history was noted and a.

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