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Observational case report: Diagnostic investigations included biochemical tests, lumbar puncture, eye ultrasonography and MRI of the brain. Infectious crystalline keratopathy is a unique corneal infection that predominantly occurs in corneal transplants. Open lacrimal surgery was performed on 158 patients (171 eyes), of whom 99 patients (108 eyes) had undergone no surgery before being seen at Moorfields. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be.

Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. The virus may be “activated” by a mild injury to the eye exposure to excessive sunlight stress or an illness or fever. The virus may be “activated” by a mild injury to the eye exposure to excessive sunlight stress or an illness or fever. The virus may be “activated” by a mild injury to the eye exposure to excessive sunlight stress or an illness or fever. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be.

Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. There are several causes and different types of uveitis. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be.


The virus may be “activated” by a mild injury to the eye exposure to excessive sunlight stress or an illness or fever. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. The virus may be “activated” by a mild injury to the eye exposure to excessive sunlight stress or an illness or fever. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be.

Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. The virus may be “activated” by a mild injury to the eye exposure to excessive sunlight stress or an illness or fever. The virus may be “activated” by a mild injury to the eye exposure to excessive sunlight stress or an illness or fever. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. Usually only one eye is affected, although sometimes both can be. The HSV type I virus is known to affect approximately 85 to 95% of the adult population although the virus usually lies dormant in a nerve that supplies the eye and skin. It’s important to get medical help if you think you may have the infection, as your vision could be at risk if it’s not treated.

It’s important to get medical help if you think you may have the infection, as your vision could be at risk if it’s not treated. It’s important to get medical help if you think you may have the infection, as your vision could be at risk if it’s not treated. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores.

They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. However, you can have a dendritic corneal ulcer without previously having a cold sore. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores.

They’re caused by a virus called herpes simplex – usually the herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1), which also causes cold sores. Herpes simplex keratitis is an eye infection caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV) which is the same virus that causes cold sores and fever blisters near the mouth and nose.

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