If the inside of the lids and fornices show no abnormalities and have a normal pink colour, but the eyeball itself is red with dilated blood vessels, the injection is bulbar
Disease due to poliovirus infection has been associated with diaphragmatic, intercostal muscle, and bulbar
weakness with respiratory failure (28-31), and poliomyelitislike respiratory insufficiency has been described in infections with other flaviviruses (32).
region includes the jaw, face palate, tongue and larynx, all of which are controlled by the lower cranial nerves.
Occasionally, conjunctival fibrosis and symblepharon may develop in severe cases, where the bulbar
conjunctival tissue adheres to the palpebral conjunctival tissue due to scar formation.
When and how to use buccal mucosal grafts in adult bulbar
9) This is demonstrated in the disease Stevens-Johnson syndrome, in which goblet cells are destroyed (most commonly by an acute reaction to antibiotic medication), leading to symblepharon, in which the tarsal and bulbar
conjunctiva fuse together.
3) For example, in the 6th edition, an eyelid carcinoma with bulbar
conjunctival extension, which was amenable to globe-preserving surgical resection, fell into the same T4 category as a tumor with deep orbital invasion that would be amenable only to orbital exenteration.
Respiratory and bulbar
paralysis with relapsing hyperthyroidism.
Acute neuromuscular respiratory failure may develop rapidly, particularly in patients with prominent bulbar
signs; prolonged ventilatory support may be required (22,30,34).
They also found that patients with significant bulbar
symptoms may have falsely low FVC values because it may be difficult for them to achieve a tight seal on the mouthpiece.
Urethrograms revealed a rounded indentation on the ventral surface of the bulbar
Two months after he was born, Callum was diagnosed with a rare neurological syndrome, Bulbar
Palsy, which means he is unable to swallow.