We studied an unusual case of an acute bilateral posterior angiopathy with a secondary maculopathy and papillitis that resulted in a severe reduction of visual acuity which resolved spontaneously within several days. The clinical appearance and subsequent viral titers suggested influenza A as a specific cause.
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