Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences. Vislisel, MD ; Mark A. Greiner, MD. A year-old pregnant woman at 19 weeks gestation was referred to the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics UIHC from an outside ophthalmologist for evaluation and treatment of suspected Acanthamoeba keratitis. The patient had been wearing daily disposable soft contact lenses for 3 weeks continuously followed by 1 week of removal at nighttime prior to her presentation. These therapies did not improve her symptoms. She was referred to an outside ophthalmologist who suspected Acanthamoeba keratitis and referred her to UIHC. At presentation to our clinic, she had severe left eye pain, redness, and photophobia.
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The eyes are our window to the world and offer us an island of vision in the sea of darkness. Equally, the eyes are also a window to peep into what is going on in the milieu interior. Pregnancy is a natural state of physiological stress for the body. Each organ system of the body in a pregnant lady behaves at variation than in a non-pregnant state. A complex interplay exists between how the pregnancy affects the eye and how ocular physiology and pathology may lead to the modification of the management of pregnancy. Added to this is the effect of systemic conditions on the eye which gets modified by pregnancy. An awareness of the interaction of Ophthalmology and Obstetrics for the benefit of the mother and the child requires a basic understanding of these complex interactions.
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