Inflammatory Corneal Conditions

January 2011
Review of Optometry;Jan2011 The Corneal Atlas, p20
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The article focuses on several types of inflammatory corneal conditions. It mentions the characteristics of contact lens-induced peripheral ulcer (CLPU) which can be treated with a fourth-generation flouroquinolone and followed with serial examinations for evidence of either improvement or worsening of the condition to rule out microbial keratitis. It also mentions the characteristics of dry eye, anterior uveitis and contact lens superior limbic keratoconjunctivitis.


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