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Red Eye by Mind Map: Red Eye

1. Eye Examination

1.1. Visual Acuity

1.2. External Eye Examination

1.2.1. Ciliary Injection

1.2.2. Corneal Abnormalities Keratic Precipitates Size Pigmentation Localized opacified areas Band keratopathy

1.2.3. Pupil Abnormalities Mid-dilated, non-reactive to light Acute Glaucoma Miotic, irregularly-shaped, poorly reactive to light Anterior Uveitis

1.2.4. Anterior Chamber Abnormalities Flare Hypopyon

1.2.5. Iris Changes "Moth-eaten" Busacca nodules (within the stroma) Koeppe nodules (in the pupillary margin)

1.3. Ocular Motility

1.3.1. Full EOMs

1.3.2. Limitation of EOMS Endophthalmitis

1.4. Intraocular Pressure

1.4.1. Normal to hypotonic Anterior Uveitis

1.4.2. Elevated Acute Glaucoma Chronic Uveitis with Secondary Glaucoma Endophthalmitis

1.5. Fundus Examination

1.5.1. Vitritis (haziness of vitreous) Intermediate Uveitis

1.5.2. Cellular aggregates

1.5.3. Cystoid macular edema Posterior Uveitis Posterior Scleritis

1.5.4. Vasculitis Posterior Uveitis

1.5.5. Granulomatous nodules Posterior Uveitis

1.5.6. Retinal pigment changes Posterior Uveitis

1.5.7. Retinal detachment Posterior Uveitis Posterior Scleritis

1.5.8. Choroidal folds Posterior Scleritis

2. History

2.1. Associated Symptoms

2.1.1. With Eye Pain With Discharge Microbial Keratitis Without Discharge With Photophobia Without Photophobia Severe, penetrating pain with radiation to the forehead, brow, jaw, or sinuses Scleritis

2.1.2. Without Eye Pain With Discharge Watery Discharge Mucopurulent Discharge Without Discharge Dry Eye

2.1.3. Tearing Lacrimation Diagnosis Management Epiphora Diagnosis Management

2.2. Duration

2.2.1. Acute Onset

2.2.2. Progressive

2.3. Medical History

2.3.1. History of infection

2.3.2. History of trauma

2.3.3. Previous surgeries

2.3.4. Known allergies

2.4. Environmental History

2.4.1. Occupation

2.4.2. Exposure to irritants/allergens/triggers