Avoiding eye damage from topical corticosteroids
Topical corticosteroids are used to suppress inflammation in several inflammatory and allergic eye diseases, and to reduce post-traumatic inflammation after many eye operations. Unfortunately they can also aggravate herpes simplex keratitis and increase intraocular pressure. This article discusses how to avoid these serious effects.
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