Adult toxocariasis. Uniocular retinal lesions in the 20- to 50-year age group.


Uniocular posterior polar lesions thought to be characteristic of suspected adult ocular toxocariasis have been observed in a group of eight patients whose ages ranged from 20 to 50 years. Six patients had positive fluorescent antibody tests for Toxocara species, whereas control serological studies showed that only 4% of healthy adults in the same age group… (More)


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