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Hot compress is a commonly used method to deal with various eye diseases, but its bio-mechanism is not clear yet. Here we give a complete theoretical analysis of thermal therapy. The increase of temperature will greatly improve the metabolic activity of the infected eyes and decrease remarkably the longevity of virus. The optimal temperature and period of hot compress are discussed, and some case studies are provided.
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