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BACKGROUND Paramacular coloboma (plural: colobomata) is a solitary oval football or torpedo-shaped chorioretinal lesion located temporal to the fovea in one or both eyes. Previous case reports have speculated varying etiology, but few have justified its pathognomonic shape and location. We believe it to be congenital in nature and caused by incomplete(More)
BACKGROUND Coccidioidomycosis is a systemic disease caused by a fungus found in soil and transmitted through inhalation. It is prevalent in western and southwestern United States, Mexico, and South and Central America. Results of skin testing, serologic testing, and tissue cultures confirm the diagnosis. Coccidioidomycosis can manifest in various ways: the(More)
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