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Rubella Virus Associated Uveitis

  • Nikos N. Markomichelakis
  • Stelios Masselos
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Abstract

We describe the clinical characteristics of patients proved to be affected with Rubella virus associated uveitis following the analysis of aqueous humor samples with positive Goldman-Witmer coefficient (>3) and/or the presence of rubella RNA.

Keywords

Anterior Uveitis Rubella Virus Vitreous Opacity Posterior Synechia Rubella Infection 
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© Springer India 2016

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ocular Inflammation Institute of AthensGeneral Hospital of AthensAthensGreece

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