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Neuroretinitis: A tricky mimic

Lueck, Christian


Neuroretinitis is relatively rare. It refers to the triad of subacute visual loss, optic disc swelling and a macular star (figure 1), often in association with cells in the vitreous. An illustrative case is presented in this issue of Practical Neurology. The macular star typically takes 1-2 weeks to develop, meaning that it is usually not possible to make the diagnosis when the patient first presents. At that time, the condition may resemble, and be misdiagnosed as, idiopathic demyelinating...[Show more]

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Date published: 2020
Type: Journal article
Source: Practical Neurology
DOI: 10.1136/practneurol-2020-002629


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