Two interesting cases with ocular toxoplasmosis Junko Murakami 1 , Ei Sakaue 1 , Izumi Kabasawa 1 , Miki Sonobe 1 1Department of Ophthal mology, Ehime University School of Medicine pp.1132-1138
Published Date 1981/7/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1410208395
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Two interesting cases with ocular toxoplasmosis were reported. The first case, a 19-year-old man, awoke three weeks prior to examination with blurred vision and visual field defect in the right eye. The patient had a fresh satellite lesion ad-jacent to the chorioretinal scar. Scattered focal periarteritis and periphlebitis occurred near active lesion were confirmed angiographically. The right visual field showed a secter-shaped defect corres-ponding to the interrupted nerve fiber layer of the retina.

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