Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society 1958;1(1):27-30.
Ocular Signs Due To Hornet Sting.
Soon Kak Hong
Severance Union Medical College, Korea.
『 왕벌 』석상에 (傷) 의한 (依) 안증장 (眼症狀)
홍순각(Soon Kak Hong)
Abstract
A 13 years old boy visited the clinic on 19 October 1946. He was bited by the hornet on the right ocular region when he was playing in the mountain on 18 September 1949. On his first visit, the eye revealed the following ocular sings in the affected eye; (1) Blepharoptosis. (2) Diffuse stromal opacity of the cornea. (3) Dullness of Corneal sensitivity. (4) Mydriasis. (5) Increase of ocular tension. (6) Cataract.


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