Concluded Case

corneal abrasion.

65 yrs/m , c/o pain in eye for 5 days. No rx is done by pt. There is no trauma. Vn is 6/18 . Dx& rx ?.

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TRAUMATIC KERATITIS CYCLOGY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY MOXAFLOXINE EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY NONSTETIODAL ANTIINFLAMMATIRY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY SYSTEMIC ANTIBIOTICS TAB INDOCAP SR 75 MG ONE TABLET OD FOR FIVE DAYS VIT C 5000MG ONE TAB OD FOR 10 DAYS

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SUPERFICIAL PUNCTATE VIRAL KERATITIS CYCLOGY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY I ACYLOVIR EYE OINT 5 TIMES A DAY MOXAFLOXINE EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY NONSTETIODAL ANTIINFLAMMATIRY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY ARTIFICIAL TEARS EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY I TAB VIT 500MG OD FORB7 DAYS CLOSE MONITERING OF PATIENT

TRAUMATIC KERATITIS CYCLOGY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY MOXAFLOXINE EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY NONSTETIODAL ANTIINFLAMMATIRY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY SYSTEMIC ANTIBIOTICS TAB INDOCAP SR 75 MG ONE TABLET OD FOR FIVE DAYS VIT C 5000MG ONE TAB OD FOR 10 DAYS

Differential diagnosis:- Peripheral ulcerative keratitis Moorens ulcer Atheromatous ulcer

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Could be viral keratitis ulcer... Corneal ulcer due to f.b. Could be early neurotrophic ulcer

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