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A case of ocular chemical injury

Mayur Anil Patil, Aparna Alapati, Radhika Paranjape, Sindhu Kilari, Shivangi Bora, Aditya Ganesh Garlapati, Madhav Pai Palimar, Varsha Dharmendrakumar Singh, Kunj Shaileshbai Naik, Neha Satyaprakash Chaudhary.

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An 11-year-old male patient came to ophthalmology OPD with complaints of loss of vision in the left eye for 5 days. The patient gave a history of trauma to the left eye by a chemical explosive from a carbide gun, following which the patient developed a diminution of vision in the left eye for 5 days. The patient was diagnosed with a chemical injury. The patient underwent amniotic membrane transplantation and simple limbal epithelial transplantation. After the surgery patient showed drastic improvement.

Key words: Chemical injury, Alkali, Amniotic membrane transplantation, Simple limbal epithelial transplantation

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