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Toxoplasmose oculaire : actualités thérapeutiques et étude rétrospective des cas de 1992 à 2003 dans le service d'ophtalmologie du CHU de Grenoble

Abstract : Ocular toxoplasmosis is one of the localized complications of toxoplasmosis. The presentation of the contemporary knowledge on this disease and its ocular form, insisting on both clinical and therapeutic aspects, was completed by an experimental part based on the analysis of the medical records of Grenoble University Hospital Complex. The study deals with twelve cases of known or strongly probable cases of ocular toxoplasmosis. It shows that the patient's therapeutic undertaking has only slightly evolved despite the availability of new molecules, potentially efficient on the toxoplasma and better tolerated. The most widely used therapeutic pattern is the association of pyrimethamine, sulfadiazine, corticoids and folinic acid, although it is at the origin of many side effects. Even though there isn't any consensus over the choice, directions for use and duration of the treatment, we propose to discuss the therapeutic associations which are, theorically, the most effective.
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Caroline Delvallée, Véronique Jaccoud. Toxoplasmose oculaire : actualités thérapeutiques et étude rétrospective des cas de 1992 à 2003 dans le service d'ophtalmologie du CHU de Grenoble. Sciences pharmaceutiques. 2004. ⟨dumas-01715053⟩

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