Is an inflammation of the cornea, the outermost part of the eye that covers the pupil and iris (the colored ring around the pupil). The most common causes of keratitis are infection and injury. Bacterial, viral, parasitic and fungal infections can cause keratitis.
Excess tears or other discharge from your eye.
Difficulty opening your eyelid because of pain or irritation.
Sensitivity to light (photophobia)
A feeling that something is in your eye.
Complete blood count
Potassium Sodium Chlorine (K, Na, Cl) (blood)
Diplopia test (double vision)
Eccentricity angle test
Autorefractometry (narrow pupil)
Gramstained smear bacterioscopy - eye swab
Microflora culture and sensitivity test (eye swab)