Insect larvae in the human eye

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While in previous years these larvae were found in the human eye, as a rarity, and were almost exclusively observed in tropical countries, recently, according to Cecchini (ref. In Zentr. F. Ophth., 1925), they began to be observed often and in Europe. In all cases, fly larvae lay in large numbers in the conjunctival sac. After removing them, there was a complete cure of the conjunctivitis that existed in patients.

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