‘Huge’ bacteria in eyes: What to know about the ‘biggest killer’

The number of bacteria in the eye is on the rise and many of them are spreading rapidly, with up to 50 per cent of those tested being negative for the coronavirus.It is thought that as the virus becomes more infectious, it is making it easier for these bacteria to enter the eye.Dr Robert Macdonald from the Department of Pathology […]

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When are bacteria coming to the surface?

In the early 1900s, a group of researchers led by British physician Robert Watson found that small, harmless bacteria, called bacteria, had a powerful immune system.When a bacterium touched an infected human, it would die instantly.This system was called the Bacteroides spp., which is a family of protozoa that includes the common but highly toxic Staphylococcus aureus.Over time, this defense […]

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What you need to know about the bacteria in your eyes

eschericichia (ES) bacteria are the bacteria that cause the common eye disease cornea irritant mydriasis, which affects over 80 million people worldwide.But ES has a slightly different kind of problem: it’s a type of cornea disease called vitreous detachment, which involves the detachment of the outer layers of the cornea.This means that the outer layer of the lens, called vitrotrichium, […]

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How to spot a virus in your eyes

Microbes in your eyeballs could be causing eye infections, a British study has found.British researchers analysed more than 3,000 eye infections over a two-year period.The team from the University of Sheffield and the University Hospital in Birmingham found that about a quarter of all eye infections occurred in patients who had contracted eye infections in the previous three months.In a […]

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