Plaquenil and optic neuropathy

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    Plaquenil and optic neuropathy


    Chloroquine is now uncommonly used in favor of its derivative hydroxychloroquine. In the United States, hydroxychloroquine is most often used for its anti-inflammatory effects in rheumatology and dermatology.

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    Peripheral neuropathy is found among people who take Plaquenil, especially for people who are female, 60+ old also take medication Methotrexate, and have High blood pressure. This study is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 48,911 people who have side effects when taking Plaquenil from Food and Drug Administration FDA, and is updated regularly. Jan 25, 2010 You might want to click on the Drugs A to Z tab at the top of this page. You can find out lots of information on peripheral neuropathy. I read some of it and I had two bouts of pancreatitis and one of the comments was that Zalcitabine can cause severe peripheral neuropathy and can also cause pancreatitis. Ethambutol is associated with optic or retrobulbar neuritis, affecting one or both eyes. An unusual form of the toxicity causes peripheral constriction of the visual field. Monthly ophthalmic exams are recommended for doses of ethambutol exceeding 15 mg/kg/day. Fluoroquinolones are associated with side effects not seen in other classes of antibiotics. Topical administration may cause precipitates in the cornea and, possibly, uveitis.

    While early toxicity may be asymtomatic, patients with more advanced stage of toxicity may complain of color vision changes or paracentral scotomas. Its toxic effects on the retina are seen in the macula.

    Plaquenil and optic neuropathy

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  3. Problems That Can Cause Optic Neuropathy Almost any underlying, chronic condition, injury, or toxin can lead to nerve damage in the eyes. It is important to know what your risks are, so if you begin to experience changes to your vision, you can visit your eye doctor immediately and discuss the potential causes of your vision issues.

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    Apr 15, 2018 Ethambutol is known to cause optic neuropathy characterized by bilateral central vision loss, color vision loss, central or cecocentral visual field scotomas and eventual optic atrophy. Sometimes mistaken for a retina problem, ethamĀ­butol toxicity causes painless loss of central or paracentral vision when the drug damages the optic nerve, which can lead to an optic neuropathy that is symmetric and usually bilateral, said Dr. Shah. Other symptoms may include photophobia or poor dark adaptation. Testing. Autoimmune optic neuropathy AON, sometimes called autoimmune optic neuritis, may be a forme fruste of systemic lupus erythematosus SLE associated optic is more than the presence of any optic neuritis in a patient with an autoimmune process, as it describes a relatively specific clinical syndrome.

     
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    The resource you are looking for (or one of its dependencies) could have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable. Long-Term Side Effects of Plaquenil for Rheumatoid Arthritis. Treatments for Rheumatoid Arthritis Side Effects of Plaquenil Hydroxychloroquine, Warnings, Uses
     
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    Persistent cutaneous hyperpigmentation due to hydroxychloroquinone one. Persistent cutaneous hyperpigmentation due to hydroxychloroquinone one year after therapy discontinuation L Katie Morrison MD 1,2, James J Nordlund MD 1, Michael P Heffernan MD 1 Dermatology Online Journal 15 12 15 1. Center for Clinical Studies, Houston, Texas 2. Wright State Dermatology, Dayton, Ohio Abstract

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