摇 Persistent corneal epithelial defect 摇 A: Corneal epithelial defect with slit-lamp biomicroscop; B: Corneal epithelial defect with fluorescein sodium. 

摇 Persistent corneal epithelial defect 摇 A: Corneal epithelial defect with slit-lamp biomicroscop; B: Corneal epithelial defect with fluorescein sodium. 

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AIM: To find out the most common primary diseases of drug-induced keratoconjunctivitis. METHODS: The clinical records of 18 patients with a confirmed diagnosis of drug-induced keratoconjunctivitis were retrospectively reviewed. Primary diseases, categories of induced-drugs, numbers of daily drops, characteristics of keratoconjunctivitis, treatment,...

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... number of drugs was 3. 3依1. 5 and mean frequency was 9 依 3. 9 times a day. Keratopathy just like superficial punctuate keratitis ( n = 8 ) , persistent corneal epithelial defect ( n = 6; Figure 1 ) , pseudodendritic keratitis ( n = 5; Figure 2) , corneal stromal infiltration ( n = 2) and hypopyon ( n = 4) was found in 16 cases. Eight patients showed more than two types of keratopathy. ...

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