This 67 y/o female presented with a very sore red eye. What is this condition and tmt?

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OBLONG CORNEAL ULCER AT 6 OCOCK POSITION STANING POSITIVE WITH FLORESENE CYCLOGYL EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY MOXAFLOXACINE EYE DROPS ONE DROP 4 TIMES A DAY NON STERIDAL ANTI INFLAMMATORY EYE DROPS ONE DROP 3 TIMES A DAY MOXAFLOXINE EYE OINT ATBET TIME SYSTEMIC ANTIBIOTIC AZITHROMYCINE 500 MG OD FOR 7 DAYS TAB VIT C 5OOM OD FOR 10 DAYS OR MORE REVIEW THE CSE REGULARLY

Provisional diagnosis is Bacterial corneal ulcer with keratoconjunctivitis along with involvement of lid margin. Send swab and scrapings for gram stain and culture and sensitivity. Start topical moxifloxacin, tobramycin, homide, timolol, lubricating and azithromycin eye ointment. Rest management after Confirmed diagnosis.

Yes Use of topical chloramphenicol and a pad was very effective. She was reviewed the next day and the defect was already beginning to heal. Thank you all

Corneal abrasion rx:chloramphenicol

@provisional diagnosis is fungal corneal ulcer with pain full condition , redness, watering, Discharge,! Rx Atrosulph e/d 3time Motogram e/d 6time Natacin e/d 6time Lubrex -ds 6time Acyclovir gel 3time

Diagnostic and therapeutic scraping , broad spectrum antibiotic drops 3rd gen fluoroqunolone with tear substitute.

D.D : * Corneal ulcer . * Corneal abrasion. Rx : Rx will depend upon whether it is abrasion or ulcer.

Corneal ulcer/keratitis Pending swab report topical chloramphenicol And eye pad will help

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Topical chloramphenicol and a pad would be effective.

Corneal ulcer. Probably Fluorescent stain applied.

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