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Subepithelial Infiltrates
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 00:07

 

What are Subepithelial Infiltrates? What is the treatment for Subepithelial Infiltrates?

 

Subepithelial infiltrates are common white lesions on the corneal typically cause by viruses. These may cause mild blurred vision, eye irritation, redness and tearing. Common conditions that can cause subepitheliual infiltrates are adenovirus, contact lens over wear or reaction to solutions and thygeson’s punctuate keratopathy. Treatment includes treating the underlining condition.

 

Treatment

Treat underlining condition

Artificial tears

Mild topical Steriods

 

Last Updated on Sunday, 13 January 2013 22:48
 

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