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Bee stings of the eye are uncommon entities and ocular reactions to the bee venom are wide, ranging from mild conjunctivitis to sudden vision loss. We present the case of a patient who suffered a bee sting of the cornea and the response to the poison components. We go through the bee venom properties, its actual treatment, and propose a new management alternative.
Vélez, M., Salazar, G. I., & Monsalve, P. (2010). Bee sting of the cornea. Case report. Colombia Medica, 41(2), 176–178. Retrieved from


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