Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis

"This article describes echographic findings of the intraocular manifestations of toxocariasis and cisticercosis. The records of 21 patients (21 eyes) with the clinical and echographic diagnosis of intraocular parasitosis are reviewed. In order of frequency, the most important echographic findi...

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Autores Principales: Rodriguez M., Valencia M.
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Lenguaje:Inglés (English)
Publicado: 1999
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23404
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spelling ir-10336-234042020-06-03T22:15:11Z Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis Rodriguez M. Valencia M. Cisticerosis Granulomas Posterior vitreous detachment Retinal detachment Toxocariasis Vitreous membranes "This article describes echographic findings of the intraocular manifestations of toxocariasis and cisticercosis. The records of 21 patients (21 eyes) with the clinical and echographic diagnosis of intraocular parasitosis are reviewed. In order of frequency, the most important echographic findings were vitreous opacities in all patients, granulomas (64%), vitreous membranes (48%), posterior vitreous detachment (28%), vitreoretinal traction (33%), and retinal detachment (38%). Ultrasound is useful in the diagnosis of intraocular parasitosis. It also helps in follow-up and may guide the ophthalmologist in determining appropriate treatment." 1999 2020-05-26T00:01:46Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion 8948771 https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23404 eng info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
institution EdocUR - Universidad del Rosario
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language Inglés (English)
topic Cisticerosis
Granulomas
Posterior vitreous detachment
Retinal detachment
Toxocariasis
Vitreous membranes
spellingShingle Cisticerosis
Granulomas
Posterior vitreous detachment
Retinal detachment
Toxocariasis
Vitreous membranes
Rodriguez M.
Valencia M.
Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis
description "This article describes echographic findings of the intraocular manifestations of toxocariasis and cisticercosis. The records of 21 patients (21 eyes) with the clinical and echographic diagnosis of intraocular parasitosis are reviewed. In order of frequency, the most important echographic findings were vitreous opacities in all patients, granulomas (64%), vitreous membranes (48%), posterior vitreous detachment (28%), vitreoretinal traction (33%), and retinal detachment (38%). Ultrasound is useful in the diagnosis of intraocular parasitosis. It also helps in follow-up and may guide the ophthalmologist in determining appropriate treatment."
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author Rodriguez M.
Valencia M.
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Valencia M.
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title Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis
title_short Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis
title_full Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis
title_fullStr Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis
title_full_unstemmed Echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis
title_sort echographic findings in intraocular parasitosis
publishDate 1999
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