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Acquired dacryocystitis: Microbiology and conservative therapy
Abstract The dacryocystitis in adults is mainly caused by postsaccal stenosis of the lacrimal ducts. The banking up of the lacrimal fluid leads to an accumulation of germs and following infection.Expand
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Norfloxacin in the treatment of congenital dacryocystitis
The most common cause of congenital dacryostenosis is the persistence of Hasner's membrane. In more than 90% of the newborns it perforates spontaneously during the first four to six weeks. If noExpand
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[Treatment of Ocular Chlamydial Infection: Comparison of Tetracyclines and Norfloxacin].
The unilateral follicular conjunctivitis with corneal marginal infiltrates represents a clinical picture typical for two different types of bacteria: chlamydiae may cause a keratoconjunctivitisExpand
[Corneal ulcer. Current analysis from specialized ambulatory care of a clinic].
A review of 115 cases of ulcerative keratitis that were diagnosed and treated at the specialized ambulatory care center for infectious eye diseases at the 2. Department of Ophthalmology over a periodExpand
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Behandlung der okulären Chlamydieninfektion : Tetracycline und Norfloxacin im Vergleich
The unilateral follicular conjunctivitis with corneal marginal infiltrates represents a clinical picture typical for two different types of bacteria: chlamydiae may cause a keratoconjunctivitisExpand