Cuban Ocular Toxoplasmosis Epidemiology Study (COTES): Clinical Features in 279 Patients from Central Cuba

Diaz D
2016 Journal of Clinical Research and Ophthalmology  
Despite its worldwide prevalence, worldwide rates of ocular toxoplasmosis (OT) infection differ, with under-developed countries having higher rates of infection. The prevalence of OT has been reported to be higher in tropical regions, with seroepidemiological research examining OT in Brazil and Colombia showing that there is an increased prevalence in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean compared to North America and Europe [1] [2] [3] .
doi:10.17352/2455-1414.000032 fatcat:q3cqxpv27jfelmhsun2jbu22nu