Subconjuctival Hemorrhage Blood in the Eye Walk in Clinic

A 35 year old patient was seen in the Urgent Care Center for possible pink eye for 3 days. The patient was seen in another walk in clinic and was diagnosed to have pink eye and was given the antibiotic eye drops -vigomox. The patient did not improve and came to Emergi-Care medical center and was seen by Dr. Jain. The patient had blood in the conjunctiva of the eye and was not any bleeding in retinal part of the eye. The patient had not had any mucous or discharge in the eye. The patient was explained that he had bleeding in the eye and not the infection. The antibiotic drops are not going to help for the bleeding. The patient had blood work to check any problems in the blood to be the cause of the bleeding like leukemia. The blood tests were normal.



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