- Jun 1, 2002
I told her you were the best.The other day I had a patient come in with what I thought were obviously two blind eyes. Oh my heavens. I thought about photographing it but it might actually make you a bit ill.
Anyhow, she came in and had a pair of +10 glasses. she could actually see out of the Opaque eye. The other eye was sort of rolled up and out..
Combigan, Xalatan, Azopt...
All she wanted was a new script for the drops.
Now, I have a lot of IOP gadgets, but none that can measure a micro cornea that is opaque.
It looked like she had one of those plastic implants, but alas, it was just her eye. Looked like a tiny blue ring where her cornea should have been. Instead it was about a 5mm white cornea.
I'm not buying a diaton or whatever that gadget is called for one patient.
Anyone else treat a glaucomatous kid..she's like 19...without the benefit of any sort of IOP.
Oh my..why on earth did she pick me?