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Corticosteroid eyedrops and intra-ocular pressure

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Corticosteroid eyedrops are used for various allergic or inflammatory conditions of the eye. The dangers of topical corticosteroids in virus infections, particularly herpes simplex, have been stressed, but it is less well known that topical corticosteroids can also in some people cause a serious rise in intra-ocular pressure.

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