What medications treat fungal eye infections?

Fortunately, fungal infections of the eye are somewhat rare.  They can affect the clear window of the eye (the cornea) or the internal eye (the retina and vitreous humor). There are only a few medicines that are safe and effective in the treatment of a fungal infection of the eye. The selection of which medication, what dosage, and how long the treatment will require are complex decisions and will be determined by your eye doctor based on the identification of the specific fungus involved and the portion of the eye that is infected.

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Fungal Infections

Fungal Infections

Skin fungal infections thrive in warm, moist areas of the body, such as in the armpits or groin. It's also possible to get fungal infections on or around the mouth or nails. Athlete's foot, yeast infections, jock itch, ringworm an...

d some skin rashes are the result of certain types of fungi that can build up on the skin and mucus membranes to cause fungal infections. A fungal infection of the skin can create a great deal of discomfort, appearing as a red, intensely itchy, inflamed rash.

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