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  • Antimicrobial nitric oxide releasing contact lens gels for the treatment of microbial keratitis. [Journal Article]
    ACS Appl Mater Interfaces 2019Aveyard JL, Deller RC, … D'Sa RA
  • Microbial keratitis is a serious sight threatening infection affecting approximately two million individuals worldwide annually. Whilst antibiotic eye drops remain the gold standard treatment for these infections, the significant problems associated with eye drop drug delivery and the alarming rise in antimicrobial resistance has meant that there is an urgent need to develop alternative treatment…
  • Post-laser in situ keratomileusis interface Arthrographis kalrae keratitis. [Letter]
    Arq Bras Oftalmol 2019Fernández-Barrientos Y, Ramos-Suárez A, … Tirado-Carmona A
  • We describe a case of keratomycosis caused by Arthographis kalrae after excimer laser keratomileusis. A 38-year-old female developed stromal keratitis eight weeks after refractive surgery. She developed severe corneal stromal infiltration and mild anterior segment inflammation, which could not be treated with topical voriconazole 1%, but topical natamycin 5% ameliorated her condition. A reactivat…
  • Unilateral spontaneous filtering bleb dissecting into the cornea in a patient with high myopia. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Ophthalmol 2019; :1120672119877159Sanjuán P, Salvador-Culla B, … Barraquer RI
  • CONCLUSIONS: The formation of a spontaneous filtering bleb is a rare entity in patients with high myopia, whose risk increases due to their thinned sclerae. The risk is even greater if they have undergone ocular surgeries. Resection of the filtering bleb in our case halted the progression of the corneal dissection, therefore respecting the transparency of the visual axis and preserving visual acuity.
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