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We have read the letter written by Garcia-Gonzalez and Teus about our article ‘Central toxic keratopathy: a clinical case series’.
We would like to state that in all our cases (which is the second largest series), spontaneous recovery of the hyperopic shift and visual acuity was seen.
CTK is an entity already recognised by most ophthalmologists with this name. This term was first coined by Sonmez and Maloney in 2007.1 However, this entity has received various names, such as central necrosis lamellar imflamation,2 central lamellar keratitis,3 central flap necrosis,4 and the most recent, keratinocyte-induced corneal micro-oedema (KME).5 ,6
As Garcia-Gonzalez and colleagues …
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