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Problems with patients' eyes

GPs' photographs of unusual presentations

This patient developed a nodule on her right cornea, writes Dr Koshy Johnson. It occupied an area in which she had a longstanding scar. She had a biopsy which was reported as in keeping with a healed corneal ulcer. The corneal nodule was subsequently removed.

This six-year-old boy developed bilateral subconjunctival haemorrhages after a particularly severe bout of coughing, writes Dr John Davies. Reassuring his mother was all that was needed.

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