Varicella Zoster Virus–Associated Necrotizing Retinitis After Chickenpox in a 10-Year-Old Female: A Case Report
A necrotizing retinitis in children is a rare but vision-threatening ocular complication of chickenpox. We report a 10-year-old girl who developed chickenpox 1 month before presenting with panuveitis and necrotizing retinitis. After prompt antiviral treatment, her inflammatory signs were resolved. Early detection and treatment of varicella zoster–associated necrotizing retinitis after chickenpox can achieve good visual outcome.