An 88-year-old man presented with a mildly red and irritated left eye. He had a previous history of dry eye syndrome for which he used Cequa BID OU. His uncorrected acuity was 20/30 OD and 20/25 OS. Neuro-ocular screening was normal in each eye. His right eye was normal, but he manifested a paracentral dendritic lesion on his left cornea along with a grade 1 conjunctival injection and an accumulation of endothelial inflammatory cells. There were rare cells and mild flare in his left anterior chamber. His intraocular pressure was 11mm Hg OD and 12mm Hg OS. Corneal sensitivity testing revealed a subjective decrease of 20% in his left eye.
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