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Stage N is the end stage, consisting of a dry eye with keratinization of the cornea and ankyloblepharon, which immobilizes the globe. Profound keratopa thy can develop secondary to eyelid disorders, tear insufficiency, and corneal exposure. Corneal epitheliopathy, persistent epithelial defects, stromal ulceration, and neovascularization may be present. The cornea may become completely scarred, vascularized, and keratini zed. Investigations A triggering agent in the genetically susceptible individual, leading to clinical manifestations of the disease, may occur in a double mechanism; human leukocyte antigen DR2 (HLA-DR2), human leukocyte antigen DR4 (HLA-DR4 [HLA -DR'0401]), and human leukocyte antigen DQw7 (HLA-DQ w7 56 Conjunctiv al Disorders Fig .
13: Verna l conjunctivitis Fig. 14: Atopic conjunctivitis 53 Anterior Segment Diseases but wa tery discharge, redness, photophobia, and pain may be associated features. The disease can affect eyelid skin and lid margin, conjw1Ctiva, cornea, and lens. Skin of the eyelids may exhibit eczematous dermatitis with dry, scaly, and inflamed skin. mction and keratinization. Staphylococcal colonization of eyelid margins is very common and may result in blepharitis that might need treatment. Conjunctiva may show chemosis and typically a papillary reaction, which is more prominent in the inferior tarsal conjlmctiva, in contrast to that seen in vernal keratoconjunctivitis.
Gonorrhoeae (a single dose of intramuscular ceftria xone 125 mg followed by oral doxycycline 100 mg twice da ily for 7 days) and chlamydial infections (doxycycline 100 mg orally twice da ily for 7 days). Practice patterns for p rescribing topical antibiotics vary from doctor to doctor. Most practitioners prescribe a broad-spectrum agent on an empirical basis w ithout culture for a routine, mild-to-moderate case of bacterial conjunctivitis. Always be aware of the differen tial diagnOSiS, and instruct patients to seek follow-up care if the expected improvement does not occur or if vision becomes affected.