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Assessment of red eye

Penetrating corneal injury with iris prolapse

Private collection - courtesy of Mr Hugh Harris

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Viral conjunctivitis

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Dendritic ulcer seen with fluorescein stain

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Corneal abrasion seen with fluorescein stain

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Anterior uveitis with posterior synechiae

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Entropion

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Scleritis

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Conjunctivitis: consequence of reactive arthritis

CDC Image Library/Joe Miller

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Subtarsal foreign body: vertical corneal abrasions seen with fluorescein stain

Private collection - courtesy of Mr Hugh Harris

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Blepharitis

Private collection - courtesy of Mr Hugh Harris

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Allergic (vernal) keratoconjunctivitis

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Corneal ulcer seen with fluorescein stain

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Episcleritis

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Corneal foreign body

Private collection - courtesy of Mr Hugh Harris

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Gonococcal conjunctivitis

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Trichiasis

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Ectropion

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Chlamydial conjunctivitis

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Dry eye (stained with rose bengal)

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A patient with left herpes zoster ophthalmicus affecting the forehead and side of the nose (positive Hutchinson’s sign; yellow arrows). The crusted skin rashes follow the V1 dermatomal distribution and do not cross the vertical midline

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Assessment of red eye

Bacterial conjunctivitis

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Gonorrhoeal conjunctivitis: resulted in partial blindness

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Angle-closure glaucoma: central corneal oedema with an oval-shaped mid-dilated pupil.

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Subconjunctival haemorrhage

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