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A 30 yr old female came with complaints of hitting her head at the level of lateral side of left eye brow Then she developed blackish discoloration below the left eye & redness in latral side of the bulbar conjunctiva H/o pain (+) No h/o loss or dimnished vision No h/o nausea, vomitting and giddiness

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Blunt injury to lt side face Bluish discoloration in lt lower eye lid region is hematoma Red eye as lateral bulbar conjuctiva is subconjuctival hemorrhage Icepacks Antiinflamatory eye drops or soothing eye drops Orally antiinflamatory

Thanx dr Kute Ankush
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It is a very common finding after trauma Post head injury blood accumulates in periorbital region, as it a dependent portion, there is lot of laxity in soft tissue which allows accumulation of blood. Blood from forehead gravitates to periorbital region. Treatment Only observation is required. It will resolve spontaneously over 2 -3 weeks Subconjunctival hemorrhage Only conservative treatment and observation

Subconjunctival haemorrhage. Not to worry. Reassure the patient about its disappearance within 2 weeks or so Topical antibiotic may be prescribed. Even without treatment it will resolve.

Topical phlox ointment and ice sponging will help
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Sub conjuctival hammrhage Black eye due to collection of blood Nothing to worry about it will be good in course of time

Soft tissue injury contussion Self cure Haemorrhage in lt eye Subconjuctival

? SCH .. EYE DROPS MOXIFLOXACIN.. NSAIDS.. ANTIBIOTICS.. OBSERVATION..

Tnx Dr Shivraj Agarwal sir
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Hematoma -After injury to eyebrow blood collect over the lids and sun conjunctival tissue Will clear in 5 to 7 days without treatment

Sub conjunctivitis haemorrhage Rx Moxifloxacin keto eye drops QD 7 days and luricant CMC eye drops QD 7 days and Antiinflammatory Eye drops QD 7 days and Tab vitamin and one days Atropine eyes drops BD and cover eyes by eyes patches only one day clean eyes regularly saline solution water

AN ANGULAR PATCH OF SUBCONJUCTIVAL HEMARGHE ON THE NASAL ASPECT OF BULBAR CONJUCTIVA NEAR OUTER CANTHUS FOLLOWING BLUNT TEAUMA

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