AbstractPurpose of review
The purpose of this review is to update the latest information on a long-recognized infectious disease, ocular toxoplasmosis.Recent findings
Topics include how the disease is acquired, how to make a clinical diagnosis, and what laboratory tests to order when the diagnosis is not clear. New insights into the genetic make-up of the parasite and new treatment alternatives are discussed.Summary
Recent findings are updated on the epidemiologic status of the disease, methods for correct diagnosis of unusual presentations, and alternative therapies.