Bilateral simultaneous infectious keratitis secondary to contact lens wear: an unusual case report with rare organisms.
- Published Article
Eye & contact lens
- Publication Date
Nov 01, 2007
6 Pt 1
The possibility of infectious keratitis should be kept in mind for an acute red eye in contact lens wearers, and appropriate initial management is essential for a successful outcome. It is believed that this is the first report of Flavobacterium meningosepticum as a causative organism in contact lens-related keratitis.
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