Treating a corneal infiltrate in a non-contact lens wearer

There are a range of fortified and unfortified antibiotic options for corneal conditions.
Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD, and Nicole R. Fram, MD, discussed a corneal infiltrate case and the use of fortified and unfortified antibiotics.
Eric D. Donnenfeld, MD: This is a simple case that has grown on me. A 54-year-old man complained of decreased visual acuity and foreign body sensation for 3 days. He had a small corneal infiltrate and was not a contact lens wearer. When it comes to a corneal infiltrate with contact lenses, I usually know what I am dealing with. But this was not a contact lens wearer. He

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