Edema of the iris
With inflammation of the iris and ciliary body(iridocyclitis), the patient has the sharpest pain in the eye. With an objective survey-by ciliary injection, a change in ki is revealed, the pupil of the affected eye becomes narrow, it becomes not round, but scalloped. At 1 and before the eyeballs through the eyelids the patient experienced pain. On the back surface of the cornea, deposits that look like gray pigmented precipitates. They occupy the lower half The accumulations of precipitates take the form of a three-vertex near the optical center of the cornea. With the pre-flowering of plants that cause allergies, these u dissolve, leaving no trace, gavening the etiology of uveitis is very important in childhood, it can be a manifestation of connective tissue diseases - rheumatoid ha, systemic lupus erythematosus. With these, zaridocyclitis is often combined with cataract [opacification of the cornea, lesions of joints, organs. All patients with iridocyclitis should be taken by a pediatrician-rheumatologist, noted above, it is highly desirable to perform an ophthalmic examination of the fundus - an ophthalmic examination can be detected on the side of the vascular wall (chorioretinitis). In this case, zagging of vision is typical, the appearance of a distortion in the field of view of the spots of the magnitude and shape of the pre-objective examination observed, along with a decrease in the appearance, can narrow the fields of vision. On e the edema in the area of the yellow spot is determined, small-dot light foci near the edematous pattern seasonality of the lesion: in autumn and winter, the patients disappeared without a trace, and the functions of the organ restored, [to the occurring lesion of the optic nerve, it is alleviated by poor vision in the distance, the fall of the eyesight. In ophthalmoscopy, the edema of the nerve is found, which is expressed in the blurriness of its coloration, the disc's retention in the vitreous retinal vascularisation. With retrobulbar, the objective symptoms are the same, but on the eye day changes. As an illustration, we present a rare case of pollinosis occurring with the phenomena of retrobulbar neuritis.