[Ocular toxocariasis. Diagnostic and therapeutic attainments].


Toxocara canis is nematode parasite of dogs. Children are particularly subject to infestation, however the larva remains quiescent at stage II. Toxocara can localize in the eye and induce a variety of clinical manifestations. A case of ocular toxocara is presented in which there was granulomatous endophthalmitis. Immunologic testing was negative in the… (More)


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