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Herpes Zoster

62 years old female with these sudden onset lesions on face below right eye with vague irritation right side , watery discharge from right eye . Is it Herpes Zoster ? As pain is distributed in the area of trigeminal nerve

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Typical herpes zoster lesions are not seen. Sharply demarcated area of hyperaemia is seen. DD irritant CD? It is known that rarely a pt may have pain without skin lesions known as ZOSTER SINE HERPETE.

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Apparently Herpes zoster Ophthalmicus Acyclovir Neurobion Analgesic

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Yup Hzo

Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus (HZO), It is commonly known as shingles, is a viral disease characterized by a unilateral painful skin rash in one or more dermatome distributions of the fifth cranial nerve (trigeminal nerve), shared by the eye and ocular adnexa. Corticosteroid eye drops .

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Since the features indicate early evidence of HZO and strictly on one side it is better to treat with proper dosage of acyclovir

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*Paederus dermatitis ** HZO Treatment as suggested above by colleagues.

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? HERPES ZOSTER OPHTHALMIC.. NEED'S.. * ACYCLOVIR..ORALLY AS WELL.. EYE OINTMENT.. * GABAPENTIN WITH NEUROTROPHIC VITAMINS.. * SYMPTOMATIC T/T

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Yes herpes zoster 0phathalmicus. Neosporin eye ointment locally.Tab acyclovir 800mg 1tds.Cap pregabalin 75mg +methylcobalmin 1500mg 1od×7days.

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Two thing in mind 1. Paederus dermatitis 2. Herpes zoster infection Experts please opine

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Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus (HZO), commonly known as shingles.

Herpes zoster opthalmicus HZO Its viral dise

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