c/o mild pain c/o both cheek & eye swelling no DM no HT what is diagnosis? on medicine inj linezolid 600 bd inj amoxiclave bd inj omez bd tb cymoral forte bd moxifloxacin eye drop

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Bilateral periorbital cellulitis blood culture and skin pus culture. Augmentin 625 8 hourly injection Purezone 1gm 12 hourly ,ibubrufen 600 - 8 hourly tab vit C , Tb cetrizine bd moxflox oint rubbing over the skin 5 days

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Appears to be preseptal cellulitis But please do CT orbits Continue ongoing injective antibiotics Topical moxicip eye drops 6 times/day Moxicip eye ointment BD in both eyes Check extra ocular muscle movements, pupillary reactions Ocular hygeine

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Rule out drug allergy If it stated after taking medicines for the wound below right eye. In that case Inj hydrocortisone iv Antihistamines injections will help Continue antibiotics: same or different

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Cellulitis face and bilat periorbital inflammation. H/o drug or dye reacion to be taken. Inj Cefotaxime 1 gm iv bid , Acenofenac plus serratiopeptidase bid ,Antihistaminic and Neosporin eye drops to be instilled.

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IT'S A CASE OF.. PRIORBITAL CELLULITIS..BILATERAL.. TOPICALLY MUPIROCIN CREAM.. EYE OINTMENT..AS PER NEED.. INJECTABLE ANTIBIOTICS AS PER NEED.. ANALGESIC.. MULTIVITAMINS ANTIOXIDANTS ..VIT.C..

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Yes agreed it is periorbital cellulitis Rx continue broadspectrum injectable antibiotics and antiinflamatory and infiltration of broadspectrum antibiotics oint in eyes

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Preseptal cellulitis both sides eyes : Rx : Amoxicillin with dicloxacillin. Oral nsaid . Topical moxifloxacin , tobramycin, chloramphenicol with polymyxin

Please check extra ocular eye movements and pupils It is definitely periorbital cellulitis Please do the required investigation to rule out cavernous sinus infection

And is there a cut or a laceration on her forehead
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ABCD,. ? PARTHENIUM DERMATITIS, Steroids orally & topically antihistomonics Antioxidants antibiotics

Periorbotal cellulitis Oral & topical eye antibiotics Antibiotic eye drop Antiinflammatory NSAIDS Antioxidant antiallergic

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