vascularization post Steven-Johnson's syndrome
Photo by Professor Chua
This 50 year-old woman
developed Steven-Johnson's syndrome due to drug allergy 2 years ago. The
cornea showed scarring and plaques with neovascularization. The appearance
suggested stem cell deficiency. However, the vision remained good at 6/12
and she refused any surgical interventions. Currently, she is on topical
steroid and artificial tear.
Left calcified plaque and
neovascularization. Despite the lesion, the patient can see 6/12.
Right corneal scar with