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Parinaud oculoglandular syndrome

  • Alternative Names

    Oculoglandular syndrome


    Treatment

    Depending on the cause of the infection, antibiotics may be helpful. Surgery may be necessary in rare cases to clean away the infected tissues.


    Support Groups


    Expectations (prognosis)

    The outlook depends on the cause of the infection. In general, if the diagnosis is made early and treatment starts immediately, the outcome of POS can be very good.


    Complications

    Serious complications are rare.

    The conjunctival nodules can sometimes form sores (ulcers) during the healing process. The infection can spread to nearby tissues or into the bloodstream.


    Calling your health care provider

    You should call your health care provider if you develop a red, irritated, painful eye.