Monday, March 28, 2016

“The yellow and green staining seen on this patient’s eye...



"The yellow and green staining seen on this patient's eye is from dye used to visualize damage to the cornea and conjunctiva. Corneal ulcers can be due to a bacterial infection following an eye injury. In this severe case, the patient scratched her cornea, providing an entry to bacteria. To see a wide range of ophthalmology cases like this, follow "sidsid" on Figure 1." By figure1 on Instagram



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