Author(s): Wakefield D, Zierhut M
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Abstract The recent publication of diagnostic criteria for ocular sarcoidosis has renewed interest in this enigmatic and often controversial disease. The aim of the present review was to report on the results of a survey of leading ophthalmologists in which we asked them to address some of the most important issues related to the diagnosis and treatment of ocular sarcoidosis. The survey revealed that there is significant uptake and use of the diagnostic criteria for ocular sarcoidosis, although there still remained considerable differences in opinion with regard to whether or not this was an isolated condition affecting only the eye and how this should be diagnosed and appropriately managed.
This article was published in Ocul Immunol Inflamm
and referenced in Journal of Vasculitis
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