Atlas of Corneal foreign body and corneal abrasion, CLINICAL ATLAS, PEDIATRIC ATLAS, OPHTHALMOLOGY, atlas in medical, tuyenlab.net
|FIGURE 1. Fluorescein stains green, indicating corneal abrasion.|
|FIGURE 2. A. Wood chip is visible in the cornea on close inspection of the eye. |
B. Slit-lamp examination reveals this wood chip has penetrated the cornea.
|FIGURE 3. Metallic foreign body with rust ring within the corneal|
stroma and conjunctival injection.
|FIGURE 4. Small corneal ulcer in the visual axis.|
|FIGURE 5. Large corneal scar from previous ulcerations secondary|
to contact lens use. The scar obscures the visual axis and this young
patient is awaiting a corneal transplant.
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