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Organism

Keratitis

Bacteria: P. aeruginosa (GNR), staphylococci (GPC), S. pneumoniae (GPDC), Haemophilus sp. (GNCB), Moraxella sp.

Virus: HSV (dendritic pattern on fluorescein slit-lamp examination), VZV.

Contact lens: Acanthamoeba, Enterobacteriaceae (GNR).

Fungus: Candida, fusarium, aspergillus, rhodotorula, other filamentous fungi.

Parasite: O. volvulus (river blindness), microsporidia (HIV).

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