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Ocular findings in the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
  1. A Gal,
  2. A Pollack and
  3. M Oliver


    A patient with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is described. Both retinae were severely affected. Vision was reduced to light perception with projection incerta in the right eye and finger counting at 1.5 m in the left eye. Eye involvement is common in this syndrome, appearing at an early stage of the disease. The fundal appearance could thus be of help in diagnosis.

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