A Clinical Case from the Archives : 21/07/2007

Here is the offending article and while I couldn’t get a picture of its removal, the diagram I’ve included in the answer shows the way to remove these!

These two pictures show the ways to remove a superficial and a penetrating foreign body from the eye, but each need magnification and also pre-medication of the eye with topical nonsteroiidal to prevent production of fibrinoid secondary aqueous with breakdown of the blood aqueous barrier as the foreign body is removed with concurrent aqueous leakage.


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