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Corneal Ulcer with Fluorescein Stain

Susanna Brighouse

  • £47.88 GBP

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Image Description:

Illustration depicting a corneal ulcer as seen after the application of a fluorescein stain, under a cobalt blue light. Smaller corneal abrasions can also be seen under these conditions.

Corneal ulcers are commonly caused by a bacterial infection and often occur after trauma or damage to the eye. Wearing contact lenses is a risk factor for developing corneal ulcers so it is important to practice good hygiene when handling the lenses and touching the eye, as well as ensuring you remove the lenses before swimming.

Image File Sizes:

Size

Pixels

Inches (@300dpi)

cm (@300dpi)

Small

 600 x 450px

 2.0 x 1.5”

 5.1 x 3.8cm

Medium

 1200 x 900px

 4.0 x 3.0”

 10.2 x 7.6cm

Large

 2000 x 1500px

 6.7 x 5.0”

 16.9 x 12.7cm

Anatomy Visible in the Medical Illustration Includes:

Eye, cornea, ulcer, sclera, iris, pupil, eyelid, lacrimation, fluorescein stain, abrasions

Image created by:

Susanna Brighouse


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