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Romana sign, It is seen in Chagas disease The sign is also called as chagoma, Following characteristics are seen 1) periorbital swelling, 2) palpebral edema and 3) conjunctivitis It is seen following infection with Trypanosoma cruzi
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Romana sign, It is seen in Chagas disease The sign is also called as chagoma, Following characteristics are seen 1) periorbital swelling, 2) palpebral edema and 3) conjunctivitis It is seen following infection with Trypanosoma cruzi
Periorbital swelling Palpebral edema Conjunctivitis, all 3 called Romona sign, seen in Chagas disease
Chagas disease caused by trypanosona cruzi. Periorbital swelling Periorbital oedema Conjunctivitis.
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SUGGESTIVE of ...CONJUNCTIVITIS... IN., CHAGA"S. DISEASE
Chagas disease. Trypanosoma cruzi.
Agreed with Dr.Jayesh K
Romana sign, also known as chagoma, refers to periorbital swelling, palpebral edema and conjunctivitis seen 1-2 weeks following infection with Trypanosoma cruzi (causative agent in Chagas disease). Romana sign is associated with ipsilateral regional lymphadenopathy.
Its a Chagas disease caused by infection by the protozoan parasite which is T. Cruzi
Chaga's disease Periorbital swelling, conjunctivitis
tripanomsoma cruzi chagas disease