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Ocular cicatrizing disease is a broad term that refers to a group of conjunctival scarring disorders that can be divided by etiology into autoimmune processes, drug reactions or chemical exposures. The effects of these cicatrizing diseases range from mild irritation to visual devastation.
This Focal Points module reviews advances in surgical techniques as well as management of mucous membrane pemphigoid, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis.
By completing this module, you will:
Author: Kasey L. Pierson, MD; Rachel Davis, MD; Jonathan M. Pargament, MD
Focal Points issues review the most crucial advances and feature insights to help you integrate tested findings into your practice.
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