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  • V Ribarić
  • 1976
The author reports of a relatively little known aspects of herpetic keratitis in man, and its incidence among the population. The incidence of primary herpetic keratitis is 1:8,000 to 1:24,000 while for relapsing herpetic keratitis it amounts to 1:1,653. The relationship of incidence between primary and relapsing herpetic keratitis is 1:5 to 1:14. These(More)
The author describes the phenomenon of convergent squint and ptosis of the upper eyelid caused by relasping herpetic keratitis have not been previously reported, although this possibility should be considered. This observation represents a contribution to the better understanding of herpetic eye disease in general as well as the eventual recognition of the(More)
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