Risk factors for Acanthamoeba keratitis

  • Extended wear contact lenses (most important)
  • Use of contact lenses while swimming
  • Use of home made solutions for cleaning contact lenses
  • Washing eyes with contaminated water
  • Airborne contaminants
  • Ocular trauma

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