T Ali Baha

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Anthrax is an infectious disease that is not well known by ophthalmologists. In its cutaneous form, it may produce lesions of the eyelids. We report eight cases of palpebral anthrax. All patients presented with a black necrotic eschar and a tegumentary edema, with a history of contact with sick animals. The curative treatment was based on intravenous(More)
Myiasis is a pathology caused by the presence of fly larvae in the human organism. Ophthalmomyiasis interna is characterized by the presence of the parasite within the eye but also in the eyelids and the orbit. Herein, the authors present the clinical cases of two patients presenting ophthalmomyiasis interna revealed by retinal detachment for the first(More)
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