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Corneal Flash Burns (cont.)

Follow-up

In most cases, you will need to follow up with your ophthalmologist in 24-48 hours for a reevaluation of the eyes and to make sure that the corneas are healing.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/31/2015

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