A Rare Illustration
Case study: a patient with anterior chamber synchysis scintillans after secondary glaucoma
Abdelwahhab Azzawi, Efthalia Xanthopoulou | | Longer Read
Occasionally, we see a patient whose case is so unusual that it is worth describing in more detail…
Six years ago, a 37-year-old man came to our clinic at the Department of Ophthalmology of the Universitaetsklinikum Giessen in Germany, complaining about decreased vision in both eyes. He had been diagnosed with intraocular optic neuritis and anterior uveitis due to co-infection with Treponema pallidum and HIV. The patient was diagnosed with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus 30 years ago.
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