Acute Eye Emergencies
Most eye emergencies present with pain, redness, altered vision or a combination of any of the three.
KeywordsVisual Acuity Anterior Chamber Retinal Detachment Optic Nerve Head Emergency Physician
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All clinical photographs provided by Dr. Senthil Kumaran, Consultant Emergency Physician, Gokulam Hospitals, Salem, Tamil Nadu, India
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