Ocular manifestations of AIDS.

Abstract

AIDS causes severe depression of the immune system through selective infection of CD4+ T lymphocytes. As such, certain infections and neoplasms occur in these patients often with ocular involvement. Among these, cytomegalovirus retinitis is by far the most common and remains a leading cause of visual loss. Intravenous ganciclovir and foscarnet, the two Food… (More)

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@article{Park1995OcularMO, title={Ocular manifestations of AIDS.}, author={K. L. Park and R. E. Smith and N. K. Anantha Rao}, journal={Current opinion in ophthalmology}, year={1995}, volume={6 6}, pages={82-7} }