Ocular Sarcoidosis

Costa, Maria do Socorro; Campos, Leonardo Rodriquez
October 2010
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Oct2010, Vol. 85 Issue 10, p876
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a 13-year-old adolescent who was admitted to a clinic with a history of otalgia, odinophagia and subconjunctival hemorrhage. An examination showed unilateral temporal nodular episcleritis and a conjunctival biopsy revealed ocular sarcoidosis. She had no reaction to the tuberculin test and had no signs of intrathoracic disease and the levels of the angiotensin-converting enzyme.


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