Altered hyaluronic acid content in tear fluid of patients with adenoviral conjunctivitis.

@article{Dreyfuss2015AlteredHA,
  title={Altered hyaluronic acid content in tear fluid of patients with adenoviral conjunctivitis.},
  author={Juliana Luporini Dreyfuss and Caio Vin{\'i}cius Saito Regatieri and Bruno Coelho and Jos{\'e} Bonif{\'a}cio Barbosa and Denise de Freitas and Helena Bonciani Nader and Jo{\~a}o Roig Martins},
  journal={Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias},
  year={2015},
  volume={87 1},
  pages={
          455-62
        }
}
The adenoviral conjunctivitis is one of the biggest causes of conjunctival infection in the world. Conjunctivitis causes relatively nonspecific symptoms, as hyperaemia and chemosis. Even after biomicroscopy, complex laboratory tests, such as viral culture, are necessary to identify the pathogen or its etiology. To contribute to the better understanding of the pathobiology of the adenoviral conjunctivitis, the tear fluids of patients with unilateral acute adenovirus conjunctivitis (UAAC), normal… CONTINUE READING

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