Chronic vitritis with macrophagic inclusions. A sequela of treated endophthalmitis due to a coryneform bacterium.

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A 75-year-old woman was treated successfully for endophthalmitis due to a coryneform bacterium contracted from a contaminated corneal graft. We were able to study the involved eye histologically when the patient died unexpectedly 5 1/2 weeks after treatment. The vitreous contained a moderate number of macrophages filled with PAS-positive particles… (More)

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@article{Margo1988ChronicVW, title={Chronic vitritis with macrophagic inclusions. A sequela of treated endophthalmitis due to a coryneform bacterium.}, author={Curtis E. Margo and Peter Reed Pavan and Lewis R Groden}, journal={Ophthalmology}, year={1988}, volume={95 2}, pages={156-61} }