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Causes chronic granulomatous infection

Ocular Features

  1. External Lesions – May involve any ocular and periocular infection i.e. eyelids, conjunctiva, cornea, sclera, orbit.
  2. Uvitis– There is no specific finding in TB uveitis and the clinical picture is pleomorphic.
    1. Chronic iridocyclitis –
      • Most frequent feature
      • Usually granulomatous
    2. Choroiditis – Focal or multifocal
    3. Retinal Vasculitis –
      • Moderate Vitritis
      • Severe ischemic periphlebitis
      • Peripheral capillary closure →Neovascularization
      • Treatment ATT. Drugs

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