PREVALENCE, CLINICAL FEATURES, AND CAUSES OF VISION LOSS AMONG PATIENTS WITH OCULAR TOXOCARIASIS

@article{Stewart2005PREVALENCECF,
  title={PREVALENCE, CLINICAL FEATURES, AND CAUSES OF VISION LOSS AMONG PATIENTS WITH OCULAR TOXOCARIASIS},
  author={J. Stewart and L. Cubillan and E. Cunningham},
  journal={Retina},
  year={2005},
  volume={25},
  pages={1005-1013}
}
Background: To describe the prevalence, clinical features, and causes of vision loss among patients with ocular toxocariasis seen at a uveitis referral center. Methods: A review was completed of the charts of patients with ocular toxocariasis who were examined between 1977 and 1996 at the Francis I. Proctor Foundation of the University of California at San Francisco. The prevalence of ocular toxocariasis among all uveitis patients seen at the center was determined. Demographic features… Expand
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