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Animal studies have demonstrated that female mice may have a slower re-epithelialisation following corneal injury compared with males.1 However, it is unknown if this translates to humans. In this report, we compare re-epithelialisation time in men and women using data collected as part of a prospective, randomised clinical trial on fungal corneal ulcers.
Clinical outcome measures were obtained in a standardised manner from a clinical trial on fungal corneal ulcers, which has been previously described.2 Patients were …
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