Painful... conjunctivitis??? Diagnosis??? Treatment??? Prognosis??? Blindness

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keratoconjuctivitis. Adv. - Corneal scraping for Gram's stain, KOH Preparation, and if possible, Aerobic bacterial and fungal culture.

*Lt eye severe corneal ulcer with abscess : *? fungal , mixed infection ? , ? Amoebic ulcer . * Doesn't seem t be controlled by medicines though medicines may be tried for 3 to 4 days with daily f/up. *Therapeutic k-plasty will need to be done most probably.

Hypopyon corneal ulcer c swab for c/s ,corneal debridement for slide preparation mount with KOH study under microscobe in lab apply metiulosily hydrogen peroxide with sterilized swab stick immediately start inj purezone 1g iv 12 hourly ,tab augentin 8 hourly moxglox e/d 2 hourly and getiflox e/d tds natmycin e/d one hourly homie e/d twice daily after 48 hours add add iterazole e/d 5 times after c/ s and slide report adjust antibiotics add but c good diet do superficial keratevtomy and be ready for therapeutic penetrating keratoplasty in emergensy

Either traumatic or mixed infected Keratoconjuctivitis with Hypopion... koh and gram stain... Systemic broad spectrum antibiotics and NSAIDS... to avoid late sequels... Moxifloxacin plus ketarolac eyedrops qid.. Pls give brief history occupation of pt and any comorbidity like Diabetes etc..

Panophthalmitis following corneal ulcer probably mycotic having poor visual prognosis May need evisceration

Left corneal ulcer with hypopyon. Needs gram's stain , kOH and culture of corneal scrapings to decide if it is fungal or bacterial ulcer . Treat accordingly.

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Take conjunctival n corneal swab for gram stain, Koh, bacterial,fungal culture... start pt on 3rd generation cephalosporin n gents wide topical add

SuSUTOTAL CORNEAL ABCESS IMPENDING PANOPHTHALMITIS VITRIOUS TAP POORBPROGNOSIS MAY NEED EVESRATION

Panophthalmitis....B scan needed..higher antibiotics intravenously and fortified drops locally...sos evisceration...followed by artificial implant 7 week later

Diabetic status?? Of course under NVP
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Severe corneal ulcer with impending perforation. Therapeutic PK required with fortified topical antibiotics

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