Infectious causes of uveitis in the developing world.

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Infectious causes of uveitis are common in the developing world and include some causes that are rarely encountered in industrialized nations, such as tuberculosis, leptospirosis, leprosy, onchocerciasis, and cystercicosis. Ocular toxoplasmosis occurs in all countries but is more common in Central and South America, the South Pacific, and western Europe… (More)

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