Herpes simplex virus stromal keratitis
Herpes simplex (HSV) stromal keratitis is an infectious ocular disease of either necrotizing or non-necrotizing form due to an HSV infection and characterized by corneal stromal necrosis inflammation ulceration and infiltration by leukocytes. Corneal perforation and blindness can also occur in severe cases.
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Herpes simplex virus stromal keratitis?
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