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Saturday, 25 February 2012

Recurrent Corneal Abrasion Syndrome

Recurrent Corneal Abrasion Syndrome:
At times, the healed epithelium may attach poorly to the underlying basement membrane. In such cases, it may come off at intervals and give rise to recurrent corneal abrasions. Recurrent corneal abrasions are characterized by sudden relapse of ocular pain, sensitivity to bright lights, foreign body sensation and tear discharge.

A laser operative procedure, known as Phototherapeutic Keratectomy, is often used for recurrent Corneal Abrasion treatment.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Corneal Abrasions can also lead to an ulcer, here is more information about the topic: http://www.cornealulcer.net

Admin said...

All right, Thanks for sharing.

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