What Conditions does Flarex Suspension, Drops (final Dose Form) Treat?
- infection of the cornea of the eye due to herpes zoster
- inflammation of the iris - the colored part of the eyeball
- inflammation of the uvea of the eye
- inflammation of the iris and ciliary body of the eye
- inflammation of the ciliary body of the eye
- an ulcer of the cornea of the eye
- punctate epithelial keratopathy, a type of damage to the cornea of the eye
- allergic conjunctivitis
- eye inflammation
- inflammation of the eye following surgery
- outer ear inflammation due to allergy or infection
- inflammation of the outer ear due to allergy
- inflammation of the external ear resembling seborrhea
- inflammation of the external ear resembling eczema
- severe inflammation of the cornea with rosacea involvement
- an abrasion of the cornea
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