1. Mimickers of punctate inner retinal toxoplasmosis on optical coherence tomography

    Mimickers of punctate inner retinal toxoplasmosis on optical coherence tomography

    We herein describe two interesting cases of ocular toxoplasmosis (OT) wherein optical coherence tomography (OCT) findings mimicked the appearance of punctate inner retinal toxoplasmosis (PIRT) lesions. The first case was that of a young man who presented with a diminution of vision in his right eye (RE) for a week. His best-corrected visual acuity (BCVA) in the RE was 20/250, while in the left eye was 20/20 for distance. Intraocular pressures in both eyes were 12 mm Hg. His RE had 2+ anterior chamber reaction, vitreous haze grade 1 and two-disc diameters of retinochoroiditis supero-temporal to the fovea ...

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