Jacques Lagier

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INTRODUCTION Marginal zone B-cell lymphoma is the most frequent ocular adnexal lymphoma. It may involve the conjunctiva, lacrimal gland, eyelid, extraocular muscle, and orbital connective tissue. Extraocular muscle infiltration is rare. METHODS We report here a series of 5 patients presenting with extraocular muscle infiltration due to marginal zone(More)
Since January 1986, the authors have examined twenty infant HIV positives. In two cases specially, some serious and precocious ophthalmic lesions have been found : an ophthalmic zona appeared at the age of three months, a cytomegalovirus retinitis diagnosed at the age of six months. From this series, the particularities of the HIV infection by(More)
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