Peripheral Ulcerative Keratitis After Salmonella Gastroenteritis

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Abstract

Purpose

To describe a case of bilateral peripheral ulcerative keratitis after Salmonella gastroenteritis.

Methods

Case report with description of treatment and outcome.

Results

The peripheral ulcerative keratitis gradually resolved in both eyes after appropriate systemic antibiotic therapy and local ocular care.

Conclusion

Peripheral ulcerative keratitis can result as a consequence of infectious gastroenteritis.

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