OCULAR INVOLVEMENT IN HERPES SIMPLEX VIRUS INFECTION Summarized For your valuable comments !

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Ocular herpes simplex can cause Blephritis , obstruction of canalicus ,conjunctiva ,iris, retina and cornea Affecting 50% of high socioeconomics and 80% of low economic group having antibodies by the age of 30 HSV epithelial keratitis tend to resolve in two weeks While stromal keratitis results in corneal scarring and loss of vision. Stromal keratitis and iritis courts in 25% after epithelial keratitis almost tend to reoccur in 10 to 20 % Topical antiviral and topical interferon increases healing Stromal keratitis responds to topical corticosteroid and topical antivirals

VERY NICE ILLUSTRATSTION I HAVE FEW CLINICAL COMMENTS HERPES SIMPLEX INFECTION OF ANGLES OF MIUTH H SIMPLEX KERSTITIS H SIMPLEX RETINITIS

Many thanks @ Dr Gowhar Ahmad