Cell Mediated Immunity in Mooren’s Ulcer
Mooren’s ulcer is a chronic ulcer starting in the corneal periphery with a characteristically undermined edge. It progresses slowly & relentlessly until the entire cornea is involved (Duke Elder & Leigh, 1965).
KeywordsCell Mediate Immunity Corneal Ulcer Leucocyte Migration Immunological Barrier Corneal Graft Rejection
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