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Fibrinous iritis due to oxybuprocaine.
  1. R Haddad
  1. Second Eye Clinic, University of Vienna, Austria.

    Abstract

    Following minor surgery performed under topical application of oxybuprocaine (Dorsacaine, Novesin) two patients suffered from fibrinous iritis and moderate corneal swelling. We believe that this represents a toxic reaction caused by an inadvertent entry of this drug into the anterior chamber during the procedure.

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