【Abstract】Objective: To discuss clinical feature of NTM keratitis after LASIK by retrospective analysis of 6 cases. Methods: To review 6 cases with NTM keratitis post-LASIK from September, 2003 to October, 2004 and discuss the clinical manifestations, treatments, risk factors and prognosis about this keratitis. Results: A retrospective analysis on clinical and laboratory data was performed on 6 patients with NTM keratitis after LASIK. Infiltrates appeared 6 days after surgery. The typical common clinical feature was multifocal dense superficial stromal infiltrates. Amikacin combined with Tobramycin, Levoofloxacin were effective for treatment of NTM keratitis. Surgical treatment was a useful adjunctive method in cases poorly responsive to medical therapy. Conclusion: Postoperative NTM keratitis could be suspected in a patient whose cornea appeared multifocal dense superficial stromal infiltration after LASIK. The source of infection would come from patient or hospital. Topical Amikacin appeared to be an effective treatment for these infections.