[Toxoplasmic choroiditis and subretinal neovessels].

Abstract

Thirty six cases of toxoplasma chorioretinitis with fundus scars were studied. Subretinal neovascularization occurred in 7 cases out of 36. Angiographically, the new vessels were located either directly on the border of scar (5 cases) or at distance with feeder vessels arising from the scar. The identification of subretinal new vessels is easy during the… (More)

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