Reactivated chicken pox (shingles) can happen to your eyes, too: WGECC’s corneal specialist on best treatment practices

Posted by: West Georgia Eye Care Center in Frontpage Article on March 25, 2016

Dr. Cynthia P. Nix,  corneal disease specialist at West Georgia Eye Care, reporting on a common malady that could concern all of us:   “Shingles of the eye and orbit is called Herpes Zoster Ophthalmicus (HZO). It is caused by reactivated chicken pox virus, called Zoster, along a nerve distribution causing a painful skin rash…. Read More