filamentary keratitis

fil·a·men·ta·ry ker·a·ti·tis

a condition characterized by the formation of epithelial filaments of varying size and length on the corneal surface.
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Botox Injections for Treatment of Filamentary Keratitis (US) II-50
There were also cases where a scleral was dispensed to alleviate continuous ocular discomfort caused by filamentary keratitis, and to improve the appearance of a long-standing ptosis.
Other conditions where punctal occlusion may yield some benefit include corneal infiltrates, corneal abrasions, recurrent corneal erosions, filamentary keratitis, superior limbic keratitis, trachoma and neurotrophic keratopathy.