Recognition and chemotherapy of oculomycosis

@article{Jones1979RecognitionAC,
  title={Recognition and chemotherapy of oculomycosis},
  author={B. Jones and Y. Clayton and E. Oji},
  journal={Postgraduate Medical Journal},
  year={1979},
  volume={55},
  pages={625 - 628}
}
Oculomycosis may be divided into the orbital infections of phycomycosis of Aspergillus and other species and the infections of the globe. The latter comprise endogenous, post-surgical or traumatic intra-ocular infections and direct infections of the cornea: these are the commonest form of oculomycosis. They are not easy to differentiate from other, more common causes of septic infection of the eye. The early recognition of fungal infections of the eye thus rests on maintaining an efficient… Expand
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