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How would an eye injury from paintball be treated?
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Dr. Jeffrey Paul
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Derpends on Injury
Blunt trauma, such as being struck with a paintball, can run the range from minor to severe.
Minor problems include small corneal abrasions, mild intraocular inflammation, and swollen lids. More severe injuries include intraocular bleeding, retinal detachment, or a rupture of the eyeball itself. Treatment can be anything from observation, to drops, to surgery if necessary.

In brief: Derpends on Injury
Blunt trauma, such as being struck with a paintball, can run the range from minor to severe.
Minor problems include small corneal abrasions, mild intraocular inflammation, and swollen lids. More severe injuries include intraocular bleeding, retinal detachment, or a rupture of the eyeball itself. Treatment can be anything from observation, to drops, to surgery if necessary.
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