Ocular lesions associated with HIV infection in India: a series of 100 consecutive patients evaluated at a referral center.
- Published Article
American Journal of Ophthalmology
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2000
This study shows that the spectrum of ocular lesions associated with HIV infection in India is different from that seen elsewhere in the world. The prevalence of CMV retinitis and HIV retinopathy is lower in India, and there have been no cases of ocular Kaposi sarcoma. Adnexal infections, albeit rare, were seen in our series. The nonavailability and cost of therapy influenced the visual prognosis in these patients.
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