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Br J Ophthalmol. 2000 January; 84(1): 110–116.
PMCID: PMC1723211

Ocular involvement in sarcoidosis

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Figure 1
Anterior segment granulomas in sarcoidosis. (A) Granulomatous iridocyclitis in sarcoidosis with Koeppe nodules visible on the pupillary border. (B) Multiple, extremely large granulomas in anterior chamber in a black patient with biopsy proved sarcoidosis. ...
Figure 2
Retinal vasculitis in sarcoidosis. (A) Retinal vasculitis in a 22 year old white male patient with sarcoidosis visible as focal perivascular inflammatory infiltrates. (B) Fluorescein angiogram of this patient exhibits focal perivenous leakage ...
Figure 3
Multiple chorioretinal punched out lesions in the peripheral fundus in a 64 year old white female patient with sarcoidosis (peripheral multifocal chorioretinitis). Note the confluence of the lesions in the far periphery.
Figure 4
Posterior segment granulomas in sarcoidosis. (A) Peripheral choroidal nodule surrounded by several small chorioretinal lesions in a 26 year old white male patient with sarcoidosis. (B) Whitish chorioretinal nodules nasal to optic nerve head in ...
Figure 5
Peripheral area of capillary non-perfusion with impeding development of the neovascular membrane in ocular sarcoidosis. Late phase fluorescein angiogram.
Figure 6
Optic disc and peripapillary atrophy with abnormal vessels (optociliary shunts) of the optic nerve head in a patient with juvenile onset sarcoidosis. Focal chorioretinal lesions in different stages of inflammatory activity were visible throughout the ...
Figure 7
Arterial macroaneurysms in a patient with sarcoidosis. Late phase fluorescein angiogram.

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