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Papillary Conjunctivitis

Papillary Conjunctivitis is an allergic reaction of palpebral conjunctiva to the contact lens. Allergic reactions are more common amongst users of soft contact lenses. Conjunctival papillae then resemble the shape of a cat's head or a cobble stone (therefore it is also called “giant-papillary conjunctivitis”). Increased frequency of enzymatic cleaning of contact lenses or irrigation of the conjunctiva by solution, or increased care for eyelids, can remedy the condition.

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