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Keratitis: sources and notes

Author: Hélène Hodac.

Expert consultant: Pr Gilles Renard, Scientific Director of the French Society of Ophthalmology (SFO).

Sources:

- SNOF, National Union of Ophthalmologists of France: clinic. MEDSI 1986.

- Infectious keratitis and cosmetic lenses published in French Journal of Ophthalmology Volume 33, No. 4 pages 258-262 (April 2010)

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