Department of Ophthalmology, Russia
*Corresponding author: MN Belova, Department of Ophthalmology, Pugacheva 12-38, Ryazan, Russian Federation 390011, Russia
Submission: July 07, 2018; Published: September 21, 2018
ISSN: 2578-0360Volume2 Issue4
One of the causes of vision and eye loss is purulent inflammation of all the membranes of the eye, the most severe of which is pan ophthalmitis. Pan ophthalmitis is a severe purulent inflammation of the eye, in characterized is acute pain in the eye, complete loss of vision, purulent discharge and exophthalmos. And of the general symptoms are malaise and fever. Anophthalmia can be caused by infection, penetrating wounds of the eye and purulent ulcer of the cornea. Purulent corneal ulcer is acute purulent inflammation of the cornea of the eye with ulceration of infiltrate. The development of purulent corneal ulcer is usually initiated by microtrauma of the corneal epithelium, then infection of the eroded surface occurs, a purulent infiltrate is formed, followed by its disintegration and involvement in the inflammatory process of the anterior parts of the vascular tract of the eye .