Toxoplasmosis choroiditis
There are multiple well-defined chorioretinal scar with pigmentary changes. If the lesion is acitve, the surrounding retinal has white fluffy edge and the vitreous contains cells. The adjacent retinal vessels may show sheathing from inflammation.

Other signs:

  • If the macula or optic disc is involved, the patient may have strabismus due to amblyopia
  • If the lesion contains vitreous band, consider toxocara


1. What organism causes toxoplasmosis?


2. Which factors are important in congenital toxoplasmosis?


3. What are the indications for treating active toxoplasmosis choroiditis?

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