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Vigamox ophthalmic     82 User Reviews
Azasite ophthalmic     64 User Reviews
ciprofloxacin ophthalmic     32 User Reviews
gentamicin ophthalmic     29 User Reviews
Moxeza ophthalmic     27 User Reviews
sulfacetamide sodium ophthalmic     20 User Reviews
tobramycin ophthalmic     18 User Reviews
erythromycin ophthalmic     17 User Reviews
Besivance ophthalmic     13 User Reviews
Gentak ophthalmic     12 User Reviews
Polytrim ophthalmic     10 User Reviews
polymyxin B sulfate-trimethoprim ophthalmic     10 User Reviews
Zymaxid ophthalmic     9 User Reviews
Ciloxan ophthalmic     8 User Reviews
ofloxacin ophthalmic     8 User Reviews
Bleph-10 ophthalmic     7 User Reviews
Tobrex ophthalmic     7 User Reviews
bacitracin ophthalmic     6 User Reviews
AK-Poly-Bac ophthalmic     5 User Reviews
Blephamide ophthalmic     5 User Reviews
neomycin-polymyxin-gramicidin ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
neomycin-bacitracin-polymyxin ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
Blephamide S.O.P. ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
moxifloxacin ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
azithromycin ophthalmic     2 User Reviews
bacitracin-polymyxin B ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Neosporin (neomycin-polymyxin-gramicidin D) ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
Neo-Polycin ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
gentamicin-prednisolone ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
gatifloxacin ophthalmic     1 User Reviews
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