Table 1 of Yamagami, Mol Vis 2005; 11:192-200.

Table 1. Patient background

Besides having atopic keratoconjunctivitis (AKC), most of these patients also had atopic dermatitis (AD) and asthma (AS). Patients were treated with different topical medications including betamethasone, sodium cromoglycate (CR), cyclosporine A (CyA), fluoromethoron, and tacrolimus. All patients were male. In the "Position" column, 'U' indicates unilateral and 'B' indicates bilateral.

            Age      Corneal     Allergic
Patient   (years)   condition     disease     Position         Treatments
-------   -------   ---------   -----------   --------   -----------------------
   1        37       Ulcer      AKC, AD, AS      U       CR, CyA
   2        13       Plaque     AKC, AD, AS      B       Betamethasone
   3        13       Ulcer      AKC, AD          B       Betamethasone
   4        12       Ulcer      AKC, AD, AS      B       CR, Tacrolimus
   5        25       Ulcer      AKC, AD, AS      B       CR, CyA, Fluoromethoron

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