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Wasp Sting on the Eyeball

대한안과학회지 1968년 9권 2호 p.39 ~ 42
최기용 (  ) - 부산대학교 의과대학 안과학교실

지기업 (  ) - 부산대학교 의과대학 안과학교실

Abstract


The authors presented two cases of wasp sting on the eyeball.
In the first case the ocluar involvements following the sting of wasp on the central cornea were desquamation of the central corneal epithelium, striated keratitis, bullous keratitis, conneal edema, stromal staining by fluorescein dye to the depth of about two thirds of the cornea, auterior polar cataract, irreversible depigmentation of the iris, stromal atrophy of the iris, mydriasis which did not respond even to repeated instillations of eserine.
Corneal lesions led to dystrophic changes later.
The second case showed thick cortical cataract, progressive decrease of intraocular pressure and complete blindness without significant corneal and iris involvement’s following wasp sting on the medial bulbar conjunctiva.
The cause of the complete blindness and the progressive decrease of intraocular pressure is unexplainable but it may be a direct effect of venom onto the optic nerve and the ciliary body.

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