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Answers: 2007 series -  February 6, 2007 Lecture 47 of 52  NEXT»

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Interstitial keratitis has been reported to occur with all of the following except:

d --  contact lens overuse

Interstitial keratitis has been reported to occur with all of the listed infections but is not associated with contact lens use.  Coganís syndrome is associated with vertigo, tinnitus, hearing loss, and interstitial keratitis. Coganís syndrome is likely an autoimmune disease and 80% of patients progress to deafness without systemic steroids.


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