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Lower lifetime risk of keratitis following LASIK surgery

AOP - May 4, 2017
New research suggests opting for laser eye surgery over contact lenses lowers the chance of a patient developing microbial keratitis in the long-term. A meta-analysis published in the Journal of Cataract & Refractive Surgery compared the incidence of ...

Keratitis Therapeutics Industry Report H1 2017 Driven by Manufacturers, Opinion Leaders and Industry Experts

MilTech - May 22, 2017
Keratitis Market Pipeline Review, H1 2017, latest research study provides in depth analysis on Cellular Tumor Antigen P53 (Tumor Suppressor P53 or Antigen NY-CO-13) targeted pipeline therapeutics. Keratitis therapeutics industry report provides ...

There are horrible things lurking on your counterfeit contact lenses

Popular Science - May 24, 2017
They include B. cereus (mentioned above) and Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a common cause of microbial keratitis. If it's left untreated, this painful infection of the cornea can cause permanent vision loss or blindness. Making matters worse, poorly fitted ...

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Clinical profile of patients with peripheral ulcerative keratitis

by: Swapnil Kothari, Rama Rajagopal
Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis (PUK) is a major diagnostic and therapeutic challenge to all eye care providers. The myriad systemic associations of the same make the work more challenging and need a team approach combining ophthalmologist, internists and rheumatologist; for optimum patient outcome. Our work is a look at the patients presenting to a tertiary care eye hospital in India with this complex problem. We discuss the epidemiology, clinical presentation, classification ,management details and treatment outcomes of these patients.
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Advances in Corneal Research: Selected Transactions of the World Congress on the Cornea IV

Comprises 48 papers from the April 1996 congress. The papers are divided into 11 subject areas: ocular surfaces, lids, and tears; corneal transplantation and eye banking; corneal stroma and endothelium; refractive surgery; molecular biology and genetics; contact lenses; microbial keratitis (viral);
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An Owner's Guide to Pannus

by: Adam Wainwright MA
Pannus (Persistent superficial keratitis, or PSK ) emerges as a grey, pink film that spreads across the eyes. It can lower or eliminate your pet’s vision. As the changes spread all over the cornea, vision is influenced. As the disease advances, the cornea will become opaque. Over time, this can lead to blindness. If your pet is suffering from this devastating disease, this concise book tells you all you need to know about the causes of the disease and treatment options.
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Fungal pathogen in microbial keratitis: Evaluation of PCR method to detect fungal pathogen in microbial keratitis by Zunaina Embong

by: Zunaina Embong;Wan Hazabbah Wan Hitam;Manickam Ravichandran

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A short explanation of bacterial keratitis covering its management and treatment.

Bacterial and Fungal Keratitis - Munkhshur.B, SoM-533, MNUMS

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Certain fungal infections can literally steal your sight so knowing which contact lenses are the safest is key when it comes to your eyes.

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