• After a person develops ocular histoplasmosis, is it common that years or even decades pass before the person notices the vision changes and the disease is diagnosed?


    Question:

    After a person develops ocular histoplasmosis, is it common that years or even decades pass before the person notices the vision changes and the disease is diagnosed?


    Answer:

    Yes, typically histoplasmosis (disease caused by inhalation of a fungus, which can affect vision) occurs as a condition without symptoms in the lungs and then scars are found years later in the eyes.


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