|Title||CORRECTING MONOCULAR DIPLOPIA IN IRREGULAR CORNEA SECONDARY TO HERPETIC KERATOUVEITIS AND PHOTOTHERAPEUTIC KERATECTOMY|
|Author, Co-Author||Rebecca Lee|
A 71-year-old male presents with monocular diplopia secondary to recurrent herpetic keratouveitis and phototherapeutic keratectomy. This report discusses diagnosis, pathophysiology, and management of the conditions, including with the use of rigid gas permeable lens.
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