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Opthalmic herpes

Koray Gumus, Anisa Gire, Stephen C Pflugfelder
PURPOSE: To describe the use of the Boston ocular surface prosthesis (BOSP) to successfully treat a persistent corneal epithelial defect (PCED) after herpes zoster ophthalmicus that was minimally responsive to conventional therapies. METHODS: A case report. RESULTS: A 44-year-old man who developed a PCED in the right eye after herpes zoster ophthalmicus was treated with conventional therapies, including topical difluprednate opthalmic emulsion, 0...
December 2010: Cornea
U Dorello
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January 1967: Rivista Oto-neuro-oftalmologica
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