Autologous serum drop-dependent re-epithelialisation following penetrating keratoplasty in chronic graft vs host disease

@article{Fernando2005AutologousSD,
  title={Autologous serum drop-dependent re-epithelialisation following penetrating keratoplasty in chronic graft vs host disease},
  author={Arosha I Fernando and Ben John Lloyd Burton and Guy Smith and Melanie C Corbett},
  journal={Eye},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={823-825}
}
membranes. Factors that increase the risk of metastatic choroidal infection are intravenous drug abuse, cardiac abnormalities, diabetes mellitus, use of immunosuppressive drugs, and malignancy. It can be an isolated lesion in the fundus but usually are multiple. The possible time interval between the embolic events and subsequent CNV is 1–3 weeks. The incidence of visual symptoms in patients with endocarditis is 5%. The frequency of moderate to severe visual loss in patients who develop CNV… CONTINUE READING
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