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squamous blephroconjunctivits

C/o Irritation and itching and sticking of eyelids , h/o further development in conjuctivitis and white spot on cornea , kindly suggest diagnosis and Rx

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IN FACT THEIR ARE SOME WHITISH MATERIAL IN MIDDLE OF U LID MARGINS THIS IS DENDRFF LIKE MATERIAL.PATIENT MUST HAVE SOBORHEA SCALP CASE OF SQUMOUS BLEPHROCONJUCTIVITIS TT ANTI DENDRFF SHAMPOO REGULAR FIR SCALP CLEAN LID MARGINS WITH WET COTTON RUB OCUPLOX DX EYE OINT ALONG LID MARGINS REGULAR AT BED TIME FIR 2 TO 3 WEEKS MOXAFLOXINE LP EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY F M.L EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY ARTIFICIAL TEARS EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY MONITER THE PATIENT

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IN FACT THEIR ARE SOME WHITISH MATERIAL IN MIDDLE OF U LID MARGINS THIS IS DENDRFF LIKE MATERIAL.PATIENT MUST HAVE SOBORHEA SCALP CASE OF SQUMOUS BLEPHROCONJUCTIVITIS TT ANTI DENDRFF SHAMPOO REGULAR FIR SCALP CLEAN LID MARGINS WITH WET COTTON RUB OCUPLOX DX EYE OINT ALONG LID MARGINS REGULAR AT BED TIME FIR 2 TO 3 WEEKS MOXAFLOXINE LP EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY F M.L EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY ARTIFICIAL TEARS EYE DROPS ONE'DROP 3 TIMES A DAY MONITER THE PATIENT

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Bacterial conjunctivitis with secretions on cornea in palpebral space. Boric acid lukewarm water sponging and cleaning twice moxflox eye drops 4 hourly olopetadine e/d frequently

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

Eye looks quite. White spot may be an old opacity. The patient may be having dry eye. Advice lubricating eye drops.

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