Infectious keratitis progressing to endophthalmitis: a 15-year study of microbiology, associated factors, and clinical outcomes.

@article{Henry2012InfectiousKP,
  title={Infectious keratitis progressing to endophthalmitis: a 15-year study of microbiology, associated factors, and clinical outcomes.},
  author={Christopher R. Henry and Harry W. Flynn and Darlene M Miller and Richard K Forster and Eduardo C. Alfonso},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={2012},
  volume={119 12},
  pages={2443-9}
}
PURPOSE To describe the incidence, microbiology, associated factors, and clinical outcomes of patients with infectious keratitis progressing to endophthalmitis. DESIGN Nonrandomized, retrospective, consecutive case series. PARTICIPANTS All patients treated for culture-proven keratitis and endophthalmitis between January 1, 1995 and December 31, 2009, at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute. METHODS Ocular microbiology and medical records were reviewed on all patients with positive corneal and… CONTINUE READING
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