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Top 10 Eye Emergencies
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Orbital Cellulitis

Image courtesy of Michael S. Ehrlich, MD

Preseptal cellulitis

Preseptal Cellulitis

 

Orbital Fracture

 

Corneal Ulcer

With hypopyon. Image courtesy of Christopher J. Rapuana, MD

Angle-closure glaucoma

Angle-Closure Glaucoma

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Retinal detachment with posterior tear

Retinal Detachment

Detachment with posterior tear

Swollen optic nerve

Swollen Optic Nerve

Image courtesy of Paul Cordeau and Rob Melendez, MD, MBA

 
  1. Orbital cellulitis vs. preseptal cellulitis
  2. Orbital fracture
  3. Corneal ulcer
  4. Angle-closure glaucoma
  5. Uveitis
  6. Retinal detachment
  7. Severe diabetic retinopathy
  8. Swollen optic nerve
  9. Open globe
  10. Temporal arteritis

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Compiled by: Rob Melendez, MD, MBA, YO Committee chair, and Lisa M. Nijm, MD, JD.

 
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