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Corneal abrasion - External and Internal Eye
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Contributors: Brandon D. Ayres MD, Christopher Rapuano MD, Harvey A. Brown MD, Sunir J. Garg MD, Lauren Patty Daskivich MD, MSHS
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Synopsis

Corneal abrasions are usually associated with a traumatic injury to the eye. The trauma may be as minor as incidental contact with a finger or as severe as penetrating corneal trauma. Corneal abrasions typically cause immediate pain, photophobia, foreign body sensation, tearing, and blepharospasm.

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ICD10CM:
S05.00XA – Injury of conjunctiva and corneal abrasion without foreign body, unspecified eye, initial encounter

SNOMEDCT:
85848002 – Corneal abrasion

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Corneal abrasion : Eye pain, Photophobia, Conjunctival injection, Excessive tearing, Blurry vision
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