chorioretinitis(redirected from congenital chorioretinitis)
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inflammation of the choroid and retina.
Inflammation of the retina extending to the choroid.
[retinochoroid + G. -itis, inflammation]
chorioretinitis/cho·rio·ret·i·ni·tis/ (-ret″ĭ-ni´tis) inflammation of the choroid and retina.
an inflammatory condition of the choroid and retina of the eye, usually as a result of parasitic or bacterial infection. It is characterized by blurred vision, photophobia, and distorted images.
Inflammation in the choroid and retina with its origin in the choroid.
chorioretinitisAny inflammatory process involving the CHOROID and the overlying RETINA of the eye.
Inflammation of the retina and the choroid. It originates in the choroid and subsequently spreads to the retina. See nystagmus.
inflammation of the choroid and retina. Occurs in canine distemper and Histophilus somni septicemia.
reported in foals born to mares that had respiratory disease during pregnancy.
seen in calves with omphalophlebitis.