Five cases of secondary and recurrent herpes simplex conjunctivitis without corneal involvement are presented. The disease may vary from an asymptomatic conjunctivitis to a severe ulcerative disease. Each case was confirmed by isolation of the virus, and one patient demonstrated herpes antigen in conjunctival tissue.
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