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Spontaneous intracorneal haemorrhage.
  1. R L Yeoh,
  2. N Cox and
  3. M G Falcon
  1. Ophthalmic Department, St Thomas's Hospital, London.


    We describe the unusual complication of spontaneous intracorneal haemorrhage in a patient who used an extended-wear contact lens. This was severe enough to cause corneal blood staining and ulceration which required surgical intervention.

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