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Keratitis fugax hereditaria

Keratitis fugax hereditaria: Introduction

Keratitis fugax hereditaria: An inherited eye disorder involving recurring corneal inflammation. The number of attacks is variable with anywhere from 2 to even 8 or more episodes occurring each year. The attacks become less severe and less frequent after the age of 50. Symptoms can persist from days to weeks. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Keratitis fugax hereditaria is available below.

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