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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Ocular involvement in cytomegalic inclusion disease, a viral infection usually seen in infants, is rarely seen in adults except as a terminal infection complicating diseases such as malignant lymphoma and leukemia. In infants, chorioretinitis and the frequent finding of intracranial calcification make clinical differentiation from toxoplasmosis difficult. This report presents a case of cytomegalic inclusion disease involving the eyes of an adult who had received a renal homotransplant.
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