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Ligneous conjunctivitis due to plasminogen deficit: Diagnostic and therapeutic approach. With literature review

A. Rouatbi, A. Chebbi, H. Bouguila

Publication date: Available online 12 November 2018

Source: Journal Français d'Ophtalmologie

Author(s): A. Rouatbi, A. Chebbi, H. Bouguila

Summary

Ligneous conjunctivitis is a rare and poorly understood pathology. Infections and repeated microtraumas are often involved in acute disease flare-ups. This masquerade may lead to misdiagnosis and delayed treatment. We report two cases of ligneous conjunctivitis, describing various presentations of its natural history and focusing on the treatment of this rare disease.

Résumé

La conjonctivite ligneuse est une pathologie rare et mal connue. Les infections et les microtraumatismes répétés sont souvent en cause dans les poussées. Ils peuvent orienter vers des diagnostics erronés, retardant le traitement. Nous rapportons deux cas de conjonctivite ligneuse tout en décrivant l’aspect des lésions observées et les différentes évolutions possibles, mettant le point sur le traitement de cette pathologie rare.

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