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A 42 year old lady suffer from this type of eye problem ... Dx and Rx please

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Differential diagnosis : 1. Acute conjunctivitis. 2. Acute congestive glaucoma. 3. Acute uveitis. For duagnosis slit lamp examination is necessary.

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AS IT IS A UNILATERAL RED EYE SO DD 1. ACUTE CONJUCTIVITIS 2. SUBACUTE IRIDOCYCLITIS 3 A C GLAUCOMA SINCE THEIR IS CILIARY INJECTION POSIBILTY OF 2 AND 3 CONDITION IS MORE NEEDS EVAUATION BY OPHTHALMOLOGIST

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As the pupil is of normal size not oval glaucoma is ruled out As ac does not have any exudates pupil is not muddy chances of uveitis are bleak This is most probably adenovirus keratoconjunctivitis need no antibiotic drops use olopetadine e/d , lubricant drops and pain killers

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Differential diagnosis Acute congestive glaucoma Acute iridocyclitis Acute conjunctivitis Episcleritis Reffered her to opthalmologist to differentiate

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LOOKS LIKE DENDRITIC KERATITIS STATUS HERPES SIMPLEX CYVLOGYL EYE DTOPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY MOXAFLOXINE EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY NONSTETIODAL ANTIINFLAMMATIRY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A ACYLOVIR EYE OINT FIVE TIMES A DAY VIT C 500 MG OD FOR 7 TO 10 DAYS REGULAR OPHTHALMIC FOLLOW UP

? ACH .. ? VIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS.. NEED'S.. EXPERTS OPINION..

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Differential diagnosis : 1. Acute conjunctivitis. 2. Acute congestive glaucoma. 3. Acute uveitis. For duagnosis slit lamp examination is necessary.

1.Acute conjunctivitis 2 acute anterior uveitis - since there is cicumciliary congestion. Do ask if there is photophobia.blurring of vision 3. Acute congestive glaucoma- any h/o pain /nausea

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