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Related to chorioretinitis: retinochoroiditis, Congenital toxoplasmosis
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inflammation of the choroid layer behind the retina

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West Nile virus-associated optic neuritis and chorioretinitis.
Neonatal herpes usually results from infection of the newborn by virus secreted into the mothers' genital tract during labour and delivery, compared to rare cases of intrauterine infections, and ocular manifestations are conjunctivitis, keratitis, microphthalmia, cataract, iridocyclitis, iris dystrophy, optic neuritis, retinitis, and chorioretinitis (3).
gondii; most commonly, headache, focal neurologic signs, confusion attacks evolving to coma, chorioretinitis, hydrocephaly, and encephalitis (DAUBENER; HADDING, 1997).
Infection during pregnancy can lead to stillbirth; surviving infants may be born with hepatosplenomegaly, fever, rash, or chorioretinitis.
The actions came after a 27-year-old woman infected with the virus delivered a full-term infant with cystic cerebral tissue destruction, severe chorioretinitis, and laboratory evidence of congenitally acquired West Nile virus infection.
CMV infection can be important in immunosuppressed patients and during pregnancy; thus, in newborns, CMV may cause asymptomatic infection, prematurity, growth retardation, and illness, including acute hepatitis infection, fever, pneumonitis, encephalitis, deafness, chorioretinitis, hematologic disorders, and death.
Cytomegalovirus - Background - Chorioretinitis - Gastrointestinal - Central Nervous System Disease - Diagnostic Tests - Vaccines and Drugs d.
Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus: an underdiagnosed cause of congenital chorioretinitis.
They may be large, solitary lesions, such as those seen following Toxoplasma infection, but sometimes they result in a "spotty" fundus appearance as seen in the presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome (POHS), birdshot chorioretinitis, multifocal choroiditis and pusctete inner choroidopathy (PIC).
Congenital varicella syndrome may be manifested by low birth weight, cutaneous scarring, limb hypoplasia, microcephaly, cortical atrophy, chorioretinitis, cataracts, and other anomalies.