Inflammation of the iris following shingles herpes zoster

78 y/o male patient affected by inflammation of the iris following shingles herpes zoster 2 months earlier. How this condition should be treated? (Source internet)

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Corneal degeneration sith matured cataract. Corneal degenerations are changes or gradual deteriorations in the tissue of the cornea. They can negatively impact the function of the cornea, limiting its ability to help the eye focus properly. Over time, corneal degenerations can cause loss of vision, eye pain, and other issues. Consult Corneal Surgion.
Anterior uveitis, which is diagnosed by slit lamp examination, refers to inflammation of the iris and ciliary body and occurs frequently with herpes zoster ophthalmicus. It may be isolated or associated with keratitis.
Band of opacity from medial end to lateral end likely post herpetic opacity and may require keratotomy Pt also has mat cat
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Start gatiflox-p eye drops 4 times/day Homide eye drops 3 times/day Tab.diclofenac50 mg BD REVIEW AFTER 5 DAYS
To me it appears as stromal infiltration of the cornea . It may be a herpes zoster kerato-uveitis
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