Ocular toxoplasmosis I: parasitology, epidemiology and public health
Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology,

Furtado JM et al. – Ocular toxoplasmosis is largely preventable by a combination of community activities and simple personal measures. Preventive public health action is well justified by the considerable burden of both congenital and postnatally acquired infections.

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