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Herpes zoster ophthalmicus

Blistering rash for last 6 days, seeking painkillers. Dx..

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Herpes zoster ophthalmicus. Since there is no vesicle on the tip of nose the eyeball is likely to be spared.

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herpes zoster opthalmicus treated with acyclovir/ famcyclovir and oint.

Herpes zoster opthalmicus trt with anti viral oral tabs and cream to d skin affected​ nd acyclovir eye ointment nd lubricant.

Herpes zosterr ophthalmicus

H. Z. Opth brnch

Varicella zoster opthalmicus

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Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus

Varicella zoster opthalmicus Herpes simplex Vesicobullous lesions Shingles rashes Insect bite (honey bee)

He has a sever infection around the right eye , he must get Augmantin + pain killer, but I recommend to refer him to the emergency to get more invistigations Thankx for sharing

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