Eye Doctor Explains TRUE Scary Stories That Will FREAK You Out – 4 True Medical Horror Stories

Dr. Allen shares 4 true scary stories from the eye clinic that will freak you out! Warning ~ If eyeballs scare you, this video is perfect for you! Recently, my friend asked me about the scariest cases I have seen in my practice and being such a big Halloween fan, I thought I would share them with you. I hope you enjoy it!

Note: All names and likenesses have been changed to protect patient privacy. Otherwise, these are all true stories.

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All these stories are being shared for educational and entertainment purposes. Please regard all humans and their stories with dignity and respect. I find medical stories like the ones shared here as a reminder of how amazing and resilient the human body is. I hope you find it as mesmerizing and as beautiful as I do.

Story 1: Corneal abrasion: These are commonly seen in the eye clinic but some are worse than others. This particular one was fairly extreme and what makes it a scary story is that the patient was blind in the other eye. Making it more difficult to treat and potentially threatening the patient’s vision.

Story 2: Enophthalmitis – Most eye surgeries go without complications but when things go wrong, these become true horror stories. This patient unfortunately developed a case of endophthalmitis, which is an infection of the inner eye and needed advanced treatments for the infection.

Story 3: Sympathetic Ophthalmia: Although rare, sympathetic ophthalmia can be a true scary story for doctors. This story may be the most graphic, but the threat to the healthy eye is why this story can be so terrifying.

Story 4: More graphic and disgusting if anything. This is probably one of my most creepy stories in that the patient’s skin and bone were changing and flaking off.

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About This Video:
Do you like scary true stories? If you find eyes creepy or like real scary stories then this video is for you. In this video, Joseph Allen, OD, FAAO from Doctor Eye Health shares 4 real stories from the eye clinic and the emergency room. These stories can be graphic for some people who are sensitive about the eyes and may find them as true horror stories. If you enjoy learning medical jargon or hearing about true medical stories then you will likely enjoy it. Happy Halloween.

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