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Herpes simplex keratitis

Summer 2017 GP Newsletter

Herpes Simplex or HSV keratitis is a common cause of red eye in a broad range of age groups including children, as well as the elderly. Most commonly, it affects one eye, but can be bilateral in 10% of cases. It is most commonly due to HSV-1.
Viral Conjunctivitis

Viral Conjunctivitis - What is it and how is it treated?

Viral conjunctivitis is a self-limiting condition, and the commonest cause of a red eye presentation in general practice. It is typically caused by adenovirus. Other, less common viruses include herpes simplex, herpes zoster, enterovirus, and coxsackie virus.
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