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There is blood in eye from cat scratch?

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Dr. Keshav Narain
Ophthalmology - Retinal Surgery
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Exam. Antibiotics.

I agree with these measures.
Presence of blood indicates that conjunctiva is lacerated. Corneal injures themselves may not bleed but are susceptible to infection. The consequences of an ocular injury from a cat scratch can even be systemic. Regardless, prompt treatment with prophylactic antibiotics could prevent endophthalmitis and other infection. See a doctor.

In brief: Exam. Antibiotics.

I agree with these measures.
Presence of blood indicates that conjunctiva is lacerated. Corneal injures themselves may not bleed but are susceptible to infection. The consequences of an ocular injury from a cat scratch can even be systemic. Regardless, prompt treatment with prophylactic antibiotics could prevent endophthalmitis and other infection. See a doctor.
Dr. Keshav Narain
Dr. Keshav Narain
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Dr. Mark Tosca
Urgent Care
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Opthamologist ASAP

You're at risk for infection.
You need to start antibiotics asap. You can be seen by your primary or urgent care if u can't get into opthamology right away. You're cornea needs to be examined. You undoubtly have a corneal laceration or abrasion.

In brief: Opthamologist ASAP

You're at risk for infection.
You need to start antibiotics asap. You can be seen by your primary or urgent care if u can't get into opthamology right away. You're cornea needs to be examined. You undoubtly have a corneal laceration or abrasion.
Dr. Mark Tosca
Dr. Mark Tosca
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