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[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.
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.
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.
Herpetic epithelial keratitis.
A 44-year-old man presented to the emergency department with 2 days history of redness, photophobia, tearing, foreign body sensation and blurred vision in his left eye. His medical records were
Persistent hyperplastic primary vitreous (PHPV).
Ocular B-scan and Doppler ultrasonography of the right eye showed a short axial length, a cataractous lens and an echogenic dense, and the left eye was normal.
Technique de suspension au ligament de Whitnall dans le traitement chirurgical du ptosis
Cette technique est particulierement adaptee au traitement du ptosis congenital avec fonction moderee du releveur et dont les resultats sont prometteurs.