A happy IP story

Friday 5.02pm – whilst closing the shutters I came across a young woman who appeared to be in excruciating pain. Her partner said that she had been sent down by the GP after a lighter “blew up” in her face 4 hours ago. They had irrigated the eye for 30 minutes (partners 3/12 supply of … Continue reading "A happy IP story"

Anterior Uveitis with Hypopyon

Does the presence of hypopyon in acute anterior uveitis change your management plan at all? All the literature I can find says that although certain types of uveitis px are more at risk of hypopyon, the hypopyon itself doesn’t present any more risk of short or long term effects. Px in question is HLA B27 … Continue reading "Anterior Uveitis with Hypopyon"