Published in AIDS Weekly, September 11th, 2000
Implants were placed in 39 nines of 26 patients. After an average follow-up time of 3.7 months, C. Muccioli and colleagues, Sao Paulo, Brazil, found that all the eyes had been healed of retinitis. This was determined by clinical improvement as evaluated by indirect binocular ophthalmoscopy and retinography.
The CMV retinitis resolved within four to six weeks in all of the treated patients. Clinical regression was obvious from the third week, reported Muccioli...
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