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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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[Acanthamoeba keratitis--a too seldom diagnosed disease?].
Acanthamoeba keratitis has become a difficult diagnostic and management problem in contact lens patients over the last few years. A young female contact lens wearer presented with a long history ofExpand