Corneal Ulcer Treatment New Castle IN

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Lynnette M Watkins, MD
(765) 286-8888
Yorktown, IN
Specialties
Ophthalmology
Gender
Female
Education
Medical School: Univ Of Mo-Kansas City Sch Of Med, Kansas City Mo 64108
Graduation Year: 1994

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Thomas Strayer MD
(765) 521-0501
1000 N 16Th St # 210
New Castle, IN
 
Wade Horn OD
Burlington Eye Care
(765) 282-2020
3600 E Memorial Dr # 2
Muncie, IN
 
City Optical Co Inc
(765) 521-3400
519 S Memorial Dr
New Castle, IN
Services
Optometrist

JerryLamberson,O.D.
(765) 521-0675
Lamberson & Malott Eye Center,375 Trojan Lane
New Castle, IN
 
Michael Matthews
Lamberson & Malott Eye Ctr
(765) 521-3400
519 S Memorial Dr
New Castle, IN
 
Lyle Amrhein OD
Connersville Eye Ctr
(765) 478-3717
3 Parkview Ct
Cambridge City, IN
 
WadeA. Horn,O.D.
820 Southview Drive
New Castle, IN
 
Wh Inc
(765) 529-2405
1817 Bundy Ave
New Castle, IN
Services
Optometrist

Jerry B Lamberson OD A Professional C
(765) 521-0675
375 Trojan Ln
New Castle, IN
Services
Optometrist

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Corneal Ulcer

A corneal ulcer is a deep infection in the cornea, the clear, front surface of the eye. The infection usually develops from wearing contact lenses or after the cornea is scratched by an object such as fingernail (a corneal abrasion). The type of organism causing the infection is usually a bacterium or fungus. Corneal ulcers can be very aggressive and harmful if not found early and treated appropriately by an eye doctor.

Symptoms You May Experience:
If you develop a corneal ulcer, you may notice a decrease in your vision, tearing, milky or colored eye discharge, eye pain or redness, or sensitivity to light. You may see a white spot on the normally clear cornea...

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