Inflammatory diseases of the cornea of exogenous origin
Inflammatory diseases of the cornea of exogenous origin – Elite Treatment in Europe
Inflammatory diseases of the cornea of exogenous origin arise during penetration into the tissue of the cornea of microorganisms. The pathogen can penetrate into the corneal tissue from the external environment, or is brought from other foci of inflammation in the body through the blood or lymph.
Among the inflammatory diseases of the cornea due to external causes are distinguished:
- superficial keratitis edge
- marginal corneal ulcer
- creeping ulcer of the cornea
- purulent corneal ulcer
- fungal lesions of the cornea.
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