The Resource Cicatrizing Conjunctivitis
- Cicatrizing Conjunctivitis
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- D Srikumaran, JH Tzu, EK Akpek
- This module focuses on the causes and surgical management of cicatrizing conjunctivitis. Cicatrizing conjunctivitis refers to a variety of disorders that result in conjunctival fibrosis and scarring. Etiologies can be broadly classified under immune, infectious, malignant, and miscellaneous causes. Some of the causes of cicatrizing conjunctivitis can result in significant systemic morbidity and even death. Ocular morbidity results from structural and functional changes on the ocular surface, which if left untreated can lead to progressive corneal opacification and permanent vision loss. Establishing the exact diagnosis is of utmost importance in preventing and managing potential sight- and life-threatening complications
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