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Mooren's ulcer in China: a study of clinical characteristics and treatment
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    Mooren's ulcer in Cameroun
    • , Locum Staff Grade, Royal Gwent Hospital
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      • Martin Stagles

    Dear Sir,
    I was fascinated by Cheng and colleagues' article on Mooren's ulcer in China. During the past 6 years I have worked for 3 years as an ophthalmologist in rural Cameroun. I submit to you my experiences of Mooren's ulcer there :

    Patients: 5 (4 male, 1 female).
    Age: 1 patient aged 48 years, the rest all late teens and twenties.

    Out of 3 patients we tested (foll...

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