Anas El Atiqi

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unduscopy in a 42-year-old woman with significantmedcal history for systemic sarcoidosis, showing multifocal ndextensive periveinular sheathings with the characterisic ‘‘candlewax dripping’’ appearance (black arrows). Note he multiple snow-ball shaped opacities (black arrow heads) ndicating the coexistenceof a vitritis. The fellow eye was nremarkable. A(More)
Figure 1. Slit lamp examination showing two intracorneal thorns (blac heads, C and D). The largest one projected in the anterior chamber (ar chamber, after removal of the largest thorn. F. Aspect after 6 months fo d a t ungal ocular infections. Herein, we present an unusual case f intracorneal wooden foreign bodies that were well tolerted for a period of(More)
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