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  1. Egyptian Doctor

    Egyptian Doctor Moderator Verified Doctor

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    sinblepharon???
     

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    Its nothing patognomic for symblepharon. Probably right is conjuctivitis.
     

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    yes, probably just conjunctivitis, the photo isnt so clear, but we can see the red eye and some kind of yellow ointment?
    if there was a simblefaron - it means it was a severe condition in the past and i'd say it wouldnt have left the cornea as pefectly intact as on the picture
     

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    conjunctivitis..?
     

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    May be a foreign object in eye or may be conjunctivitis
     

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    Answer : Corneal Ulcer with Conjunctivitis
     

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