Early papule formation in atopic keratoconjunctivitis
Limbal vernal conjunctivitis. A, In
this condition, the junction between the sclera and the cornea
reflects an increased inflammatory response that can induce diffuse
ocular hyperemia commonly confused with ocular allergy. B,
Early formation of papules in giant papillary conjunctivitis or in
atopic keratoconjunctivitis, can be observed by noticing the
“pimples” on the upper conjunctiva, which is normally very smooth
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