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Cilioretinal artery and central retinal vein occlusion after sildenafil use
A previously healthy 40-year-old man, presented with acute visual loss of the left eye, and took one tablet of sildenafil for two consecutive days before the onset of symptoms. Expand
[Usher syndrome: about a case].
The case of a 50-year old patient, born to consanguineous parents, presenting with congenital deafness associated with normal vestibular function and pigmentary retinopathy responsible for decreased bilateral visual acuity occurred at the age of 16 years is reported. Expand
[Ocular toxocariasis: report of two cases and review of the literature].
Nous rapportons deux cas de toxocarose oculaire a forme de granulome posterieur chez deux enfants seronegatifs pour cette helminthiase. Expand
Neuroretinitis in ocular bartonellosis.
Bartonella henselae infection should be considered in patients with neuroretinitis even when there is no history of cat exposure, and serologic testing might be considered to help determine the cause. Expand
Congenital hypertrophy of the retinal pigment epithelium in Gardner's syndrome
A 20-year-old woman presented for a routine eye examination and was found to have adenomatous polyps consistent with the diagnosis of Gadner's syndrome, but the absence of CHRPE has no predictive value for absence of GS or FAP. Expand
A pencil injury to the eye.
A 6-year-old girl was brought to the emergency department by her parents with a non-resolving painful swelling of the left orbit with total ophthalmoplegia and severe vision loss of theleft eye 1 week after sustaining a self-harm orbital penetrating injury by a pencil. Expand
Unilateral multifocal choroidal ischemia revealing a giant cell arteritis: a case report
Unilateral multifocal choroidal ischemia revealing a giant cell arteritis: a case report Zouheir Hafidi, Hanan Handor, Hamid Elmoussaif, Mina Laghmari, Abdelouahed Karmane, Samira Tachfouti, RajaeExpand
[Presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome (POHS)].