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Comments and Conclusions Toxoplasmosis is the most common cause of intraocular inflammation in the world. Toxoplasmosis is responsible for approximately 30-50% of all posterior uveitis cases in the United States. The cat is the definitive host that becomes infected by eating contaminated raw meat, wild birds, or mice. Toxoplasmosis may be congenital or acquired.
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