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Adenoviral Sub epithelial infiltrates (SEI) affect ocular function.They lead to reduced vision, photophobia, glare, halos, and foreign body sensation.
first group of patients were treated with 0.03 % tacrolimus ointment twice daily for 6 months.S econd group underwent transepithelial PTK for subepithelial infiltrates. Baseline and post-treatment full ophthalmic examination was done.
Tacrolimus ointment, phototherapeutic keratectomy
United Arab Emirates
Published on BioPortfolio: 2020-02-17T18:20:53-0500
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