The Use of Anti-allergic Drugs in the Treatment of Phlyctenular Ophthalmia.

  • Cathy Bowes
  • Published 1948 in The British journal of ophthalmology

Abstract

Re'sume'. Corneal epithelium shed. Anterior chamber contains k.p. and fibrinous exudate. Iris, oedematous and infiltrated. Lens cataractous: capsule ruptured and early abscess formation. Abscesses present in vitreous. Retina detached and undergoing necrosis. Diagnosis. Early panophthalmitis. Remarks. A case is reported of an injured eye infected with penicillin-sensitive organisms which did not respond to penicillin therapy.

Cite this paper

@article{Bowes1948TheUO, title={The Use of Anti-allergic Drugs in the Treatment of Phlyctenular Ophthalmia.}, author={Cathy Bowes}, journal={The British journal of ophthalmology}, year={1948}, volume={32 3}, pages={163-4} }