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What happens when you get your eye stabbed?

3 doctors weighed in
Dr. Robert Chang
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Ruptured globe

Penetrating or perforating injury to the globe.
May need surgical exploration and closure. Prognosis dependent on vision level. If the contents of the eye come out, then there is a higher risk of inflammation in the fellow eye.

In brief: Ruptured globe

Penetrating or perforating injury to the globe.
May need surgical exploration and closure. Prognosis dependent on vision level. If the contents of the eye come out, then there is a higher risk of inflammation in the fellow eye.
Dr. Robert Chang
Dr. Robert Chang
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Dr. Robert Chang
Ophthalmology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Ruptured globe

Penetrating or perforating injury to the globe.
May need surgical exploration and closure. Prognosis dependent on vision level. If the contents of the eye come out, then there is a higher risk of inflammation in the fellow eye.

In brief: Ruptured globe

Penetrating or perforating injury to the globe.
May need surgical exploration and closure. Prognosis dependent on vision level. If the contents of the eye come out, then there is a higher risk of inflammation in the fellow eye.
Dr. Robert Chang
Dr. Robert Chang
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Dr. David Kira
Ophthalmology

In brief: Nothing good

An open globe is perhaps the worst injury you could have to the eye.
Depending upon the extent the retina may be damaged leading to loss of the eye. Cover the eye with something rigid no pressure is placed on the globe and go to an er asap. Don't eat anything since you'll likely be going to surgery soon.

In brief: Nothing good

An open globe is perhaps the worst injury you could have to the eye.
Depending upon the extent the retina may be damaged leading to loss of the eye. Cover the eye with something rigid no pressure is placed on the globe and go to an er asap. Don't eat anything since you'll likely be going to surgery soon.
Dr. David Kira
Dr. David Kira
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