In 1929 I1 presented a review of this subject and stated that no histologic study of a definite case of chorioretinitis juxtapapillaris (Jensen) had been reported. Reference was made to Verhoeff's2 histologic report of a case, the inclusion of which as a true case of chorioretinitis juxtapapillaris he himself questioned. His exact words follow : "The term chorioretinitis juxtapapillaris is certainly descriptive of the pathological condition found in the following case, although from an etiologic standpoint the latter probably does not belong to the class of cases described by Jensen."
It was my good fortune to obtain for study the complete set of sections of the left eye from a case which clinically supported the diagnosis of chorioretinitis juxtapapillaris.
REPORT OF CASE
H. H., the patient, a farmer, aged 26, presented himself for the first time to Dr. J. H. Roth at Kankakee, Ill., on Dec. 18,
ABRAHAM SV. CHORIORETINITIS JUXTAPAPILLARIS (JENSEN)FIRST HISTOLOGIC REPORT. Arch Ophthalmol. 1932;8(4):503–518. doi:10.1001/archopht.1932.00820170023003
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