[Opportunistic eye diseases within the scope of HIV infection].


Some ocular infections, only rarely seen in otherwise healthy individuals, are sometimes seen in patients with immunodeficiencies, i.e., with HIV infection. A typical example is the ophthalmic zoster or luetic uveitis in young individuals which should always imply the possibility of HIV infection. The so called opportunistic infections in contrast are only… (More)


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