West Nile virus

Ebola may leave retinal scarThe Ebola virus may leave a retinal scar specific to the disease, according to researchers. “The distribution of these retinal scars or lesions provides the first observational evidence that the virus enters the eye via the optic nerve to reach the retina in a similar way to West Nile virus,” said Dr Paul Steptoe of the Royal Liverpool Hospital, in a press release.
Differentiating among mosquito-borne forms of uveitis
Differentiating among mosquito-borne forms of uveitisClinicians should recognize the symptoms of West Nile virus, Dengue fever, and Chikungunya that are spread by mosquitos and can have ocular manifestations.
Man has 3-day history of OD pain, decreased vision, other symptoms: What is diagnosis?Man has 3-day history of OD pain, decreased vision, other symptoms: What is diagnosis?