Episode 18 is limited to audio only, but video returns for episode 19.
A 21-year-old woman presents with pain, tearing, photophobia, and left eye redness. She has been wearing her contact lenses continuously for the last two weeks. A slit lamp examination reveals a white, hazy opacity on the cornea at the 3 o’clock position of the cornea with associated limbal flush. Which of the following is the most appropriate pharmacotherapy?
A. Topical acyclovir
B. Topical amphotericin B
C. Topical ciprofloxacin
D. Topical cyclopentolate
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