periocular


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periocular

[¦per·ē′äk·yə·lər]
(anatomy)
Surrounding the eye.
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ILUVIEN is contraindicated in patients with active or suspected ocular or periocular infections including most viral disease of the cornea and conjunctiva, including active epithelial herpes simplex keratitis (dendritic keratitis), vaccinia, varicella, mycobacterial infections and fungal diseases.
Contact allergic dermatitis and periocular depigmentation after using olapatidine eye drops.
A sample was taken from the ventral conjunctival fornix of one randomly selected eye of each bird with a microtip culturette swab (BactiSwab, Starplex Scientific, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada), taking care to not contaminate the swab tip by touching the eyelid margins or periocular skin.
In most cases, clinical findings were similar, with a single immature worm found within a periocular mass.
Second-line therapy consists of periocular or intravitreal steroid injections, "just like you'd inject a shoulder or knee.
Distinguished in both sexes by extensive rufous-chestnut body coloration and contrasting black head with white throat and feather tufts or periocular patch; tarsi and feet orange.
Paroxysmal extreme pain disorder is a very rare disorder characterized by perirectal, periocular or perimandibular pain, which has been directly linked to Nav1.
Hoyos Labs' app employs a multi-biometric recognition system including the face, iris, and periocular regions to certify the genuineness of a user," said Frost & Sullivan Senior Analyst Ram Ravi.
Innocenti M, Ramoni S, Doha C, et al: Treatment of periocular wrinkles with topical nifedipine.
Note: Periocular chemotherapy treatment using a sub-tenon injection of carboplatin has been associated with toxicity which is likely due to the rapid dispersal of the drug, but the use of a fibrin sealant allows for a controlled release for periocular delivery.