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Title: Bilateral periorbital necrotizing fasciitis following exposure to Holi colors: a case report.
Authors: Chauhan, Deepender
Arora, Ritu
Das, Sima
Shroff, Daraius
Narula, Ritesh
Issue Date: 19-Sep-2007
Citation: Chauhan D, Arora R, Das S, Shroff D, Narula R. Bilateral periorbital necrotizing fasciitis following exposure to Holi colors: a case report. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology. 2007 Sep-Oct; 55(5): 373-4
Abstract: Holi festival is celebrated in India traditionally by applying colors on one another. Various ocular adverse effects of these colors have been reported including conjunctivitis and corneal abrasion. We report a case of bilateral periorbital necrotizing fasciitis, following exposure to Holi colors. General physicians might encounter more such cases after exposure to Holi colors. In India, these colors are prepared on a small scale and lack any quality checks. Use of such toxic colors should be discouraged, and all doctors should caution people against using synthetic dyes. This case report highlights the need to put manufacturing of Holi colors under guidelines of the Food and Drug Cosmetic Act and the Bureau of Indian Standards.
URI: http://imsear.hellis.org/handle/123456789/71487
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