Eye Injuries (cont.)
Pictures of Eye Injuries
Picture of corneal abrasion. Image courtesy of Brian S. Skow, MD.
Picture of corneal burn. Image courtesy of Brian S. Skow, MD.
Picture of subconjunctival hemorrhage Image courtesy of Lawrence B. Stack, MD.
Layton, Christopher J. "Factors Associated with Significant Ocular Injury in Conservatively Treated Orbital Fractures."
Journal of Ophthalmology 2014 (2014).
Scott, W.J., N. Schrage, and C. Dohlman C. "Emergency eye rinse for chemical injuries: new considerations." JAMA Ophthalmol 133.3 Mar. 2015: 245.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 8/22/2016
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