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From: Frequency of dendritiform inflammatory cells in the cornea in herpetic anterior uveitis without clinical keratitis and Fuchs uveitis

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Dendritiform cells (DCs) display. As large, hyperreflective, branched structures in the subepithelial region of the cornea above of or interspersed in the subbasal nerve plexus. Bar represents 50 μm. (A) The corneal subbasal nerve plexus in a healthy cornea (400 × 400μm). (B) DCs in one section (400 × 400 μm) in the cornea of a patient with herpetic anterior uveitis. (C) Close up of DCs. (D) Subbasal nerve plexus of a patient with FUS showing some DCs.

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