Neuroretinitis in cat scratch disease.

Chrousos GA, Drack AV, Young M, Kattah J, Sirdofsky M.

We report a patient with neuroretinitis, whose associated lymphadenopathy, exposure to cats, and strongly positive cat scratch antigen skin tests suggested the diagnosis of cat scratch disease. Cat scratch disease should be added to the list of infectious agents believed to produce the clinical picture of neuroretinitis.

Journal of Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology
Additional Information: 
1990 Jun;10(2):92-4.
Publication Date: 
Jun 1 1990
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