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Question: How do you diagnose a corneal abrasion?

Answer: A cornea abrasion is usually easiest seen by bathing the eye with yellow fleurosceine dye, and viewing the cornea using a blue light. The fleurosceine will uptake in the area of the abrasion (the area where the epithelium has rubbed off) and be obvious.

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very nice and simple.simple is beauty.

Comment by asad — December 29, 2011

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