Non-inflammatory corneal complications of contact lens wear.

Abstract

Contact lenses can induce changes in the epithelium, stroma and endothelium of the cornea, all of which can be observed clinically using the slit-lamp biomicroscope. These complications include epithelial microcysts, vacuoles and staining, stromal oedema and vascularization, and endothelial polymegethism and blebs. Each complication can be attributed to one… (More)

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@article{Jones2001NoninflammatoryCC, title={Non-inflammatory corneal complications of contact lens wear.}, author={L. W. Jones and D. A. Jones}, journal={Contact lens & anterior eye : the journal of the British Contact Lens Association}, year={2001}, volume={24 2}, pages={73-9} }