An 18 year old rugby player presents after after an accidental kick to the face. He has a severe periorbital haematoma and you are worried about globe injury but cannot pry his eyelids apart enough to assess the anterior chamber or pupillary function. Can ultrasound help?
Your Emergency Department Director decided that a team-building exercise at the local boxing gym would be a good idea. You are left to hold the fort at work. Blunt ocular trauma
A man has intense bilateral eye pain and refuses to open his eyes after a day of welding, surfing and lying on a sunbed. What is the diagnosis and emergency management?
A 26 year-old man presents with left periorbital swelling and double vision after being hit in the eye by a high-speed squash ball.
A 14 year-old boy is brought into the emergency department by his weary mother. She is worried about bleeding under the surface of his eye. Now what?