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|Title:||Ocular lesions in AIDS: a report of first two cases in India.|
Madhavan, H N
Badrinath, S S
|Citation:||Biswas J, Madhavan HN, Badrinath SS. Ocular lesions in AIDS: a report of first two cases in India. Indian Journal of Ophthalmology. 1995 Jun; 43(2): 69-72|
|Abstract:||Although 444 cases of AIDS have been officially registered till July 1993 from various parts of India, ocular lesions in these cases have not been reported. Till May 1994, ELISA test for HIV 1 and HIV 2 had been done in 12 cases of suspicious ocular lesions which include viral retinitis, endogenous endopthalmitis and active chorioretinitis. Two patients had seropositivity for HIV 1. Ocular lesions include subretinal yellow mass in the first case and cytomegalovirus retinitis and cotton-wool spots in the second case. These two patients also had several systemic infections which include tuberculosis in both and nocardia in one. To the best of our knowledge, these two cases are the first report of ocular lesions in AIDS from India.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Ophthalmology|
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