Chorioretinitis

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Active chorioretinitis due to Cryptococcus spp[1]

Chorioretinitis is an inflammatory or infectious disease of the choroid and retina. Choroiditis and retinitis can occur separately.

In dogs, common causes include:

- Toxoplasma spp
- Brucella canis
- Cuterebra spp
- Toxocara canis
- Trypanosoma cruzi
- Cryptococcus neoformans
- Coccidioides spp
- Acremonium spp


References

  1. Trivedi SR et al (2011) Feline cryptococcosis: impact of current research on clinical management. J Feline Med Surg 13(3):163-172