How are corneal ulcers and ulcerative keratitis with low risk of vision loss treated?

Updated: Nov 08, 2018
  • Author: Jesse Borke, MD, FACEP, FAAEM; Chief Editor: Barry E Brenner, MD, PhD, FACEP  more...
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Small (< 1 mm), peripheral, nonstaining infiltrate. No epithelial defect. Shallow, minimal anterior chamber reaction, no discharge

Fluoroquinolone eyedrops every 1-2 hours [9]

In contact lens wearers, add tobramycin ointment or ciprofloxacin ointment every bedtime


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