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D T Weidenthal
The uveal effusion syndrome associates bullous no rhegmatognous retinal detachment with shifting subretinal fluid, choroidal detachment and elevated spinal fluid protein. This syndrome could result of nonophthalmos, scleral thickening and/or vortex vein attenuation. The author describes a case of uveal effusion syndrome with isolated scleral thickening. Theoretical explanations of this syndrome are emphasized on the basis of literature and clinical and surgical guidelines are given.
1988: Journal Fran├žais D'ophtalmologie
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