A case study of blast eye injury at work place

@article{Krishnacharya2013ACS,
  title={A case study of blast eye injury at work place},
  author={P. Krishnacharya},
  journal={Burns & Trauma},
  year={2013},
  volume={1},
  pages={140 - 143}
}
This case report aims at investigating whether two consecutive surgical settings would be beneficial in achieving postoperative success for the patient with blast eye injury. [...] Key Method A 45-year-old male patient admitted on 17th October 2011 with history of blast eye injury. Right eye examination revealed central corneal laceration with incarceration of lens matter, multiple foreign bodies also seen embedded in the eyelid margins and in the left cornea.Expand

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