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A 9-year-old girl presented with loss of vision in the left eye. Three months prior to presentation, she experienced a viral-like illness with coryzal symptoms, headache, fever and loss of vision in the left eye. Her systemic symptoms improved spontaneously within days but the visual loss persisted. The patient did not present to secondary care until 3 months had passed.
On presentation her visual acuity was 6/3.75 in the right eye and 3/60 in the left eye. She was …
Contributors AVR had the idea for the article. AK, CG and JB performed the literature search. All authors contributed equally to the writing of the manuscript and AVR remains the guarantor.
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