Traumatic Iritis 
High pressure bottle cap to the ...
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Traumatic Iritis 

High pressure bottle cap to the eye = traumatic iritis + hyphema

This patient was struck in the eye by a high pressure projectile! Exam shows traumatic iritis with hyphema (blood in the anterior chamber). Amazingly, there was no corneal injury or globe rupture, so Ophthalmology recommended cycloplegic drops and rest.



- Dr. Sarah Medeiros @DrSarahEM



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Dr. Gerald Diaz
@GeraldMD
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