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Pediatric Red Eye, Part 2

Gil Binenbaum, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
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Evaluating a pediatric patient with a traumatic red eye is critical. Do not miss diagnoses such as an open globe, acute glaucoma, traumatic iritis and other findings are important.  

 

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Anna A., MD -

Great tip of using the ophthalmoscope vertical slit of light from the side to evaluate the depth of the anterior chamber. I don't recall having been taught this before, and it sounds like this trick will be very useful. I'm going to practice with a normal eye on my next shift. Thanks!

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