A 92 yo female presents to the ED complaining left eye pain and bleeding, onset this am. Patient has hx of left corneal transplant in 2014. Patient with no vision in eye, also unable to differentiate light vs dark.
A 28 year old female presents with right eye pain. She wears contact lenses and reports falling asleep with them in for the past few days. On fluroscein examination, you note a lesion that does not look like a typical abrasion. You wonder if this could be a corneal ulcer and what the appropriate treatment may be?
Always looking up the clinical findings of a central vs. peripheral CN VII palsy? Wondering who to treat and who not to treat? Well...this post is for you! Click to read more about the basics of a Bell's Palsy!