Purulent corneal ulcer occurs after microtrauma of the cornea. In the place of injury occurs seal in white, sometimes with a greenish tint. In the process involves the iris and ciliary body, sometimes resulting in an accumulation of fluid in the anterior part of the eye which can see through the iris.
Infiltrate gradually increases in size and in adverse conditions the cornea can break down and the infection enters the eye. But more often the process gradually subsides in place ulcers formed opacity (cataract).
Treatment of Purulent corneal ulceris to antibiotics given the sensitivity of microorganisms, causing inflammation. Sometimes surgical treatments are applied.