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2006 Series -  October 3, 2006 Lecture 13 of 52  NEXT»

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A 35-year-old man complains of foreign body sensation and blurred vision in the right eye for 3 days.

1.  What is the most likely organism causing this keratitis?   
 

a. adenovirus
b. herpes simplex virus
c. varicellar zoster virus
d.  normal flora bacteria

2.  Which is least likely to occur?  
 

a. recurrent keratitis
b. iritis
c. high IOP
d.  retinitis

3.  How would you manage this case?
 
a. artificial tear for 7 days
b. topical antiviral for 7 days
c. topical antibiotic for 7 days
d.  oral antibiotic for 7 days

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