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2005 Series -  November 8, 2005 Lecture 8 of 52  NEXT»

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Photo courtesy of: Patrick Ma, M.D.
Used with permission. Not to be reproduced.

Three days after an uneventful cataract surgery, a 65-year-old man presents with 20/200 vision, pain, and a hypopyon.

The next most important step is:  

a. immediate vitrectomy
b. IV antibiotics
c. vitreous tap and intravitreal antibiotics
d.  IV Solumedrol

For answers to the above, click here on or after November 15, 2005.


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