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kp

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The country code for North Korea.

kickplate

1. A protective plate applied on the lower rail of a door to prevent marring.
2. A vertical plate forming a lip or low curb at the open edge of a stair platform or floor, or at the back edge or open end of a stair tread.
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On examination, one or more of the following findings may be observed in the anterior segment: episcleritis, scleritis, keratitis, anterior chamber cells, keratic precipitation (granulomatous/non-granulomatous).
Ocular findings and complications in 67 eyes clinically diagnosed with herpetic anterior uveitis Findings/complications Number (%) of eyes Granulomatous keratic precipitates 55 (82.
5,9,10,11) Accordingly, cases exhibiting typically unilateral, chronic, low-grade anterior chamber reaction with varying degrees of vitreous opacity, widespread small- or medium-sized keratic precipitates (KP) in the corneal epithelium, diffuse iris atrophy and/or heterochromia but without acute exacerbations, posterior synechiae or cystoid macular edema were clinically diagnosed with FUS.
Unlike uveitic glaucoma (Such as that seen in phacoanaphylactic glaucoma), no keratic precipitates typically are present.
Findings at presentation included small round white keratic precipitates (KP), anterior chamber reaction, various degrees of vitreous cells, heterochromia and iris nodules.
Although classic in appearance, other corneal endothelial deposits such as keratic precipitates should be borne in mind when first diagnosing FCED.
Leucocytes are augmented as a result of degeneration of C5 derived chemotactic peptides like cells, keratic precipitates and hypopyon.
Other findings were corneal Keratic precipitates, Bullae, Vascularization, new vessels on iris extending to the angle, with synechiae angle closure.