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Can you wear contacts after acanthamoeba keratitis?

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Dr. Samuel Salamon
Ophthalmology
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In brief: Best not to

Virtually all corneal infections (keratitis) due to acanthemeba is related to contact lens solutions.
It is a very difficult disease to treat. I'd suggest lasik rather than contacts; spectacles would be best.

In brief: Best not to

Virtually all corneal infections (keratitis) due to acanthemeba is related to contact lens solutions.
It is a very difficult disease to treat. I'd suggest lasik rather than contacts; spectacles would be best.
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