Thursday, December 17, 2009

Oral Ulcers More Condition_symptoms Are Oral Corticosteroids A Common Treatment For Corneal Ulcers?

Are oral corticosteroids a common treatment for corneal ulcers? - oral ulcers more condition_symptoms

One of my friends is the administration of corticosteroids (tablets) for what the doctor said, it is an ulcer of the cornea. I read in Wikipedia that topical corticosteroids indicated for strongly against this condition. I just wanted to make sure ... among them orally is a good option for treating this disease? I do not understand how topical administration would be very different, but of course I am not an ophthalmologist. Can someone explain? Thank you.

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