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Primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) is a highly prevalent cause of irreversible blindness which associates cupping of the optic disc and alteration of the visual field, elevation of intraocular pressure being a major risk factor. Provided diagnosis is made at an early stage, treatments are available to prevent visual impairment. A locus, GLC1A, has been… (More)
Toxoplasmosis is a frequent cause of retinochoroiditis. Although the diagnosis relies mainly on ophthalmological examination, biological approaches are particularly useful in patients with atypical lesions. In a prospective study to determine the value of immunoblotting and immune load calculation in the diagnosis of active toxoplasmic retinochoroiditis,… (More)
Posterior uveitis is the most severe manifestation of ocular Behçet's disease, as it can lead to residual permanent damage. However, a better use of corticosteroid and immunosuppressive therapy in a multidisciplinary context has dramatically improved the overall visual prognosis and bilateral blindness is now rare.