An update on ocular complications of Ebola virus disease

This article summarizes ophthalmic manifestations of EVD from a cohort of survivors. Uveitis was the most common finding, as well as complications including cataract, retinal scarring, optic neuropathy, hypotony, and phthisis bulbi due to viral persistence, which can lead to vision loss.

Shantha JG, Crozier I, Yeh S. Current Opinions on Ophthalmology. (November 2017), 28(6):600-606.