Keratouveitis caused by Euphorbia plant sap

Basak, Samar K.; Bakshi, Partho K.; Basu, Sabitabrata; Basak, Soham
September 2009
Indian Journal of Ophthalmology;Sep2009, Vol. 57 Issue 4, p311
Academic Journal
Scleral ulceration after ocular surgery is a rare but serious complication. Determination of the underlying systemic and local causes is critical for treatment. An unusual case of ischemic scleral ulceration aft er vitreoretinal surgery in a diabetic patient is reported. Patient was successfully treated with a pedicle conjunctival graft.


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