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Infectious keratitis is a common disease of the cornea that is potentially blinding. We report a case of microbial keratitis caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae in a man with a one-week history of ocular pain, photophobia, redness and blurred vision. Laboratory evidence of infective agent in a corneal sample is recommended in severe cases for a correct diagnosis and treatment.
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Author(s): Virginia Bautista Ruescas
General Medicine, Bags under eyes, General Medicine