alexa Tuberculous retinal vasculitis.
Cardiology

Cardiology

Journal of Vasculitis

Author(s): Hoh HB, Kong VY, Jaais F

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Abstract A patient who was referred to the eye department for routine ocular assessment prior to commencement of antituberculous therapy was found to have periphlebitis in both eyes despite being visually asymptomatic. Fluorescein angiography confirms the presence of vasculitis without any retinal oedema or areas of non-perfusion, which may sometimes accompany the condition. Within 2 months of systemic treatment, the ocular signs regressed without any permanent effect on vision. This case highlights a rare ocular complication associated with systemic tuberculosis which fortunately did not result in loss of vision due to prompt treatment.
This article was published in Med J Malaysia and referenced in Journal of Vasculitis

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