On the plus side, I have something which apparently is a not-uncommon result of viral conjunctivitis known as sub-epithelial infiltrates. According to my eye doc, dead virii underneath the corneal skin cause localized immune reactions, which produce small opaque white spots in the cornea. My eye is having trouble focusing due to the interference.
Also on the plus side, this is 'nearly always' amenable to steroid treatment.
On the minus side, it can take 'months.'
Posted by jbz at May 28, 2008 3:29 PM