Danny Silva Cevallos1*, Juan Carlos Salazar Flores2, Diana Salazar Flores3, Fernando Silva Michalón4, Jhuleydi Chuncho Romero5 and Gabriela Flores Moscoso6
1Specialist in Internal Medicine, Clinica Guayaquil, University of Guayaquil, Ecuador
2General Practitioner, Internal Medicine, Service Clinic, Guayaquil/UESS, Ecuador
3General Practitioner, Ecuador
4General Practitioner, Catholic University, Ecuador
5General Practitioner, Clinical Hospitalization, Service Guayaquil, Ecuador
6General Practitioner, Emergency Service, Clinica Guayaquil, University of Guayaquil, Ecuador
*Corresponding Author: Danny Silva Cevallos, Specialist in Internal Medicine, Clinica Guayaquil, University of Guayaquil, Ecuador.
Received: February 19, 2022; Published: March 15, 2022
Next, a report is made of a clinical case of a male patient who was admitted to our institution with a suspected diagnosis of a transient cerebrovascular event together with visual disorders that, upon detailed examination, revealed damage to the anterior chamber of the eye, giving as a diagnosis Uveitis being the same an ophthalmological pathology of meticulous treatment and delicate progression to blindness if it is not treated properly. Additionally, its etiology could be determined as a viral whose causative agent was Herpes Virus 1. This case is presented as the objective of the appropriate determination of ophthalmological pathology, always seeking in this way more detail to the physical examination and the anamnesis around patients suffering from other pathologies and the aforementioned diagnosis goes unnoticed.
Keywords: Uveitis; Eye; Anterior Chamber; Blindness; Ophthalmologic
Citation: Danny Silva Cevallos., et al. “Traumatic Flap Dislocation and Management After 17 Years of Lasik Surgery".Acta Scientific Ophthalmology 5.4 (2022): 31-34.
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