25 yrs /m , c/o pain , redness & headache since 8 days. H/o taking Rx from 2 different ophthalmologists without any improvement before coming to me. suggest DC & Rx .

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This pt had severe acute viral conjunctivitis with superficial punctate keratitis. 48 hrs following Rx , pt reports 75 % improvement. Please refer to post Rx pictures.

I HAVE SEEN SOME CASES OF ACUTE RIDOCYCLITS WITHOUT PRESENCE OF A FLAREAND K P ONE SHOULD REMEBER A UNILATRAL RED EYE CANT BE CONJUCTIVITS

Anterior uveitis

A CASE OF ACUTE IRIDOCYCLITS DR GOWHAR AHMAD

There is no aqueous flare or kps or posterior synechiae.
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Pulsatilla (P) 6, Staphysagria 6 (pain), calcar iodide 6 (recurrent), belladonna 30 (swelling of pain), gelsimium 30, causticum 6 (eyes not open)

It seems to be a case of viral kerato conj. now increased and causing diminution of vision too. Pupil not constricted nor under stress. AC too is not that hazy to think about uvial inflammation. History seems incomplete. Please eloborate. Pl. stain n show on S/L

Conjuctivitis

Viral keratoconjunctivitis

It's severe acute viral conjunctivitis with spk

Viral keratoconjunctivitis—as appears in pic—as pupil is normal and no signs of cells n flare n synechaie so less chances of uveitis n iridicyclitis—

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