Eyes Closed By A White Membrane Due To Steven Johnson Syndrome?
Good evening, my father 2 months ago had a bad disease of Steven Jhonson. Until now, my father’s eyes are blurry because they are attached and covered by a white membrane on his cornea. Doctors at the hospital were given only cenfres, lfx, mychetine, oculenta drugs. And my papa’s eyes are still blurry. And now the words are getting more and more vague. Please give a solution? Which hospital can heal my father’s eyes. Or should I try to go to Malacca ??
Steven Johnson Syndrome is a disease / disorder that affects the skin, skin mucosa, genitals and eyes. This disease is a rare condition, is a reaction to a drug (a condition that cannot be predicted beforehand) or a certain infection (herpes, pneumonia, Epstein barr virus, etc.). Steven Johnson can cause further complications such as:
organ damage in extensive skin infections / cellulitis permanent / permanent damage to the skin / mucosa of the skin / tissue which can cause scarring. Conditions experienced by your father regarding blurred eyes need further examination to an ophthalmologist to determine the cause if it is indeed a complication from steven johnson disease that has persisted before, or is it another eye condition / disease that can also cause eye complaints / blurring of vision such as:
cataract pterygium glaucoma eye refractive error (minus, or plus eye) retinal detachment etc. Because some eye diseases / disorders also have the same symptoms, namely blurry eyes, therefore it is better to carry out further direct examinations to determine the cause and in order to treat the appropriate cause. , can it be overcome with the use of certain drugs, or requires special measures such as surgery.
The following articles you can read Steven Johnson syndrome, cataracts, pterygium
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