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A 21 years old traditional gold miner presented with fever and subsequently seizures for a week duration. Clinical examinations and lab investigations led to a diagnosis of Leptospiral Meningitis and the gentleman was treated with intravenous Amoxy-Clavulinic Acid. During the course of treatment, the gentleman noticed progressive blurring of vision of the left eye.
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Author(s): Saidatul Akma Sharif Mohanarasan Ratanam and Nurliyana Ain Abdul Ghani
Neuroretinitis, Clinical examinations, lab investigations, Clinical and Diagnosis, Investigational new drug, Clinical Trial