Infectious keratitis in orthokeratology.


Orthokeratology is a method of changing refraction in myopic patients by using rigid contact lenses to reduce the curvature of the cornea. This treatment was in use in the two cases of corneal ulcer described in this paper and appears to have contributed to the development of their disease. As with extended wear contact lenses, patients undergoing… (More)


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@article{Hutchinson2002InfectiousKI, title={Infectious keratitis in orthokeratology.}, author={Kenneth Hutchinson and Andrew J G Apel}, journal={Clinical & experimental ophthalmology}, year={2002}, volume={30 1}, pages={49-51} }