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Andy Wells
Andy Wells6 months ago
Rare infestation of Oestrus ovis larvae in gardener's eye

Rare infestation of Oestrus ovis larvae in gardener's eye

In a rare case, a team of doctors from the University Hospital of Saint-Etienne in France recently reported the case of a gardener whose itchy eye was caused because of an infestation of maggot larvae of Oestrus ovis in the eye. The 53-year-old patient presented to the emergency department with the complaint of an itchy right eye. It was later diagnosed to be caused because of the presence of maggot larvae in the cornea…. Click to read the full case…

Source: https://journal.medizzy.com/rare-infestation-of-oestrus-ovis-larvae-in-gardeners-eye/
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