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A 13 year-old girl with right eye swelling
Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 2004
Volume 10, Number 7
May 14, 2004
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Vittal Nayak | K.S. Hedge Medical Academy
Jayram Shetty | K.S. Hedge Medical Academy
Vijay Pai | K.S. Hedge Medical Academy
Vasanthi Bangera | K.S. Hedge Medical Academy
Namitha Manohar | K.S. Hedge Medical Academy
Ajith Adyanthaya | K.S. Hedge Medical Academy
Harish Shetty | K.S. Hedge Medical Academy
History
A 13 year-old girl presented complaining of swelling of the right eye. She had a cough productive of yellow sputum and fever. Her symptoms had been present for 15 days. She stated that the right eye had gradually become more prominent during this time. She described double vision with up and left gaze. She had been treated with oral antbiotics (Amoxicillin and Cloxacillin) during this time.
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