Giant papillary conjunctivitis syndrome Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis Syndrome General: Commonly associated with contact lenses hard and soft f57fforeign bodies, and ocular prosthesis; immunologic in origin.
Ocular: Ocular irritation; itching of the eye; decreased visual acuity; increased mucous production; papillary changes of giant papillary conjunctivitis upper tarsal conjunctiva; contact lens coatings; may appear after a lens change from one style to another or by replacement of the previous design; aging of a lens, particularly of a soft contact lens, may be associated; usually bilateral, although it can be markedly asymmetrical.
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