An Outbreak of Human External Ophthalmomyiasis Due toOestrus ovisin Southern Afghanistan

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Abstract

Oestrus ovis is the most common cause of human ophthalmomyiasis, and infection is often misdiagnosed as acute conjunctivitis. Although it typically occurs in shepherds and farmers, O. ovis ophthalmomyiasis has also been reported in urban areas. We report the first case study of O. ovis infection from Afghanistan.

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