Quiz: Superficial Punctate Keratitis
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Superficial punctate keratitis is an eye disorder caused by death of small groups of cells on the surface of the cornea, the clear protective covering of the eye. Which of the following statements about superficial punctate keratitis is NOT correct?

  • A.

    It can be caused by prolonged use of contact lenses.

  • B.

    It causes the eyes to become painful, watery, and sensitive to light.

  • C.

    Most people do not fully recover. 

  • D.

    When caused by a virus, a lymph node near the ear on the affected side may be swollen

Am I correct?