Chorioretinitis

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Chorioretinitis
ICD-10 H30.9
ICD-9 363.20
DiseasesDB 2613
MeSH D002825

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Overview

Chorioretinitis is an inflammation of the choroid and retina of the eye. It is also known as Choroid retinitis.

Symptoms

The symptoms are the presence of floating black spots and blurry vision.

Causes

Chorioretinitis is often caused by a toxoplasmosis infection and mostly affects young children.

Treatment

It is treated with a combination of corticosteroids and antibiotics.



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