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감염성 각막염의 역학조사(II) : 다병원연구

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 Epidemiology of Infectious Keratitis(II) : A Multi-center Study 
 한영호 ; 한태원 ; 이진학 ; 박우찬 ; 김우중 ; 조범진 ; 김기봉 ; 김형준 ; 이종혁 ; 김응권 ; 고명규 ; 김만수 ; 주천기 ; 정성근 ; 명윤원 ; 윤영수 ; 진경현 ; 김재찬 ; 이하범 ; 정장현 ; 김효명 ; 김재덕 ; 위원량 ; 김기산 ; 최기용 ; 최시환 ; 차흥원 
 Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society (대한안과학회지), Vol.42(2) : 247~265, 2001 
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 Journal of the Korean Ophthalmological Society (대한안과학회지) 
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To identify risk factors and causative organisms, and to evaluate clinical manifestations, methods and results of treatment in infectious keratitis, an epidemiological study was performed prospectively under the identical protocol from April 1995 to March 2000. Logistic regression analysis was used to evaluate possible risk factors. The 1474 cases of infectious keratitis reported from 22 hospitals were studied. Five hundred forty-four organisms(442 bacteria, 82 fungi, 20 Acanthamoeba) were detected in 1320 eyes with infectious keratitis excluding 154 herpetic keratitis. The Pseudomonas aeruginosa was the most common organism in bacterial keratitis, and Fusariumspp. was the major isolate in fungal keratitis. Contact lens wear and occupation(industry, forester, miner, fisherman) were the risk factors for bacterial keratitis. Risk factors in fungal keratitis were fifth decade of age, farmer, and systemic diseases(diabetes mellitus etc.). Risk factors in herpetic keratitis were male and occupation(office worker, service, student, housewife). Risk factors in Acanthamoeba keratitis was contact lens wear
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