Corneal Flap Displacement from Eye Trauma after LASIK

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Dr. Jess Mason presents a case of a patient with a history of LASIK eye surgery who got poked in the eye, causing displacement of her corneal flap. The flap was irrigated, gently replaced, and she was started on antibiotic eye drops with close ophthalmology follow up.

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