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Volume 12, Number 2—February 2006

Research

Ophthalmic Complications of Dengue

David P.L. Chan*†Comments to Author , Stephen C.B. Teoh*†‡, Colin S.H. Tan*†, Gerard K.M. Nah†‡, Rajesh Rajagopalan*, Manjunath K. Prabhakaragupta‡, Caroline K.L. Chee†‡, Tock H. Lim*†, Kong Y. Goh*†, and on behalf of The Eye Institute Dengue-Related Ophthalmic Complications Workgroup
Author affiliations: *The Eye Institute at Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Republic of Singapore; †Singapore National Eye Research Institute, Singapore; ‡The Eye Institute at National University Hospital, National University Hospital, Singapore

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Figure 1

Humphrey visual fields of patient 9 at 1 week after onset of visual symptoms. Central scotoma of the right visual field is denoted as black squares (red arrow).

Figure 1. Humphrey visual fields of patient 9 at 1 week after onset of visual symptoms. Central scotoma of the right visual field is denoted as black squares (red arrow).

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