Bilateral acute retinal necrosis. Clinical and ultrastructural study.

In a 28-year-old man with bilateral acute retinal necrosis, a severe, bilateral panuveitis, necrotizing retinitis, and retinal vasculitis developed. Severe vitreous traction on atrophic retina resulted in bilateral giant retinal tears with an inoperable retinal detachment in the right eye. A retinal detachment developed in the left eye that was reattached… CONTINUE READING